Global hunger keeps rocketing up with no end to war in Ukraine in sight, U.S. still expanding farmland conservation reserve program

By Robert Romano 258 million people were at increased risk for starvation in 2022, according to the United Nations’ (UN) “Global Report on Food Crises 2023,” up from 193 million in 2021, a 33.6 percent increase, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to disrupt global food production and distribution as prices skyrocketed. According […]


Federal regulations already call for pre-departure inspections of trains carrying hazardous materials

By Robert Romano New legislation, S. 576 , by Senators Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and J.D. Vance (R-Ohio) would require that freight trains be inspected prior to departure after the National Safety Transportation Board in a preliminary report found a faulty wheel bearing caused a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio in February, spilling […]


My Orwellian eco-‘friendly’ thermostat was overstating the temperature in my home by 8-10 degrees Fahrenheit. And I’m not alone. Check your thermostats.

By Robert Romano If you’re a married man you’ve probably occasionally heard your wife complain that she was cold and that the heat needed to be turned up during the winter. Given differences in biology between men and women, it might be easy to dismiss such concerns. […]


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Did Biden’s removal of 251 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve impact prices at all? Or was it just a drop in the bucket?

By Robert Romano Since taking office, President Joe Biden has released more than 251 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve over about a 12-month period, at about a pace of 1.45 million barrels a day on average, according to data compiled by the U.S. Energy Information Administration . That is a 39 percent decrease […]


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Senate Republicans warn ESG law firms to ‘preserve relevant documents’ of ‘collusive effort’ to restrict American energy production in violation of antitrust

By Robert Romano “Over the coming months and years, Congress will increasingly use its oversight powers to scrutinize the institutionalized antitrust violations being committed in the name of ESG, and refer those violations to the [Federal Trade Commission] FTC and the Department of Justice.” That was Sen. […]


Fetterman in PA debate claims he ‘always supported fracking’ after asked about his quote he ‘never’ supported it

By Robert Romano “I’ve always supported fracking.” That was Pennsylvania Democratic Senatorial candidate John Fetterman in his Oct. 25 debate with Republican candidate Mehmet Oz in response to a question by the debate’s moderator quoting Fetterman opposing hydraulic fracturing for oil and natural gas in a 2018 interview when he […]


Green New World: As heating oil runs low and prices soar in N.Y. and the northeast, news agencies tell Americans to grab a blanket

By Robert Romano Home heating prices are soaring this coming winter, especially in New York and the northeast, where heating oil shortages are looming before the winter has even begun. On Oct. 13, there was a 26-day supply of home heating oil left for the northeast U.S. By Oct. 24, it was down to a 25-day supply , the lowest since 1993, as calls to release the Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve have already begun , […]

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