02.05.2019

Green Raw Deal: Carbon emissions continue to grow even as global economy, population and labor force continue to slow

By Robert Romano Global carbon emissions continue to grow even as the global economy, population and labor force continue to slow down, showing that “green” policies designed to curb economic and population growth are having almost no impact on achieving the stated goal of reducing carbon emissions. […]

02.05.2019

Cartoon: Trojan Horse

01.25.2019

Cartoon: End Times

01.18.2019

Another view of Elon Musk and Tesla

By Richard McCarty Many conservatives are too dismissive of Elon Musk and Tesla simply because the company benefits from government subsidies. While it is true that a portion of Tesla’s revenues have been due to these subsidies, it is also true that Musk and Tesla have achieved […]

12.28.2018

Cartoon: Jet Setters

12.18.2018

Cartoon: Science Squared

12.11.2018

Cartoon: Frozen

12.10.2018

PURPA should be modernized or repealed

By Robert Romano At the height of 1970s inflation and in response to the 1973 Arab oil embargo, Congress passed the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) of 1978. The legislation requires electric utilities to purchase energy from small renewable generators. It has also outlived its usefulness. […]

12.07.2018

Cartoon: Climate Chains

11.27.2018

Building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will make it cheaper to deliver natural gas in Va. and N.C.—and Congress should approve it

  By Robert Romano Virginia and North Carolina are in need of low-cost natural gas to heat homes, produce electricity and build industrial capacity, and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will be the most efficient way to deliver it. That is why Congress should act in the lame […]

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