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05.05.2022

Biden’s 2030 net zero carbon goals are delusional, and forcing Americans to play along is cruel

By David Potter In December of 2021, President Joe Biden signed the Executive Order on Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability that set a goal to have net-zero carbon emissions from electricity by 2030. It is unrealistic and delusional. The infrastructural manufacturing costs are too high for sufficient scale of near-universal adaption in America and will […]

04.18.2022

Biden allowing increased ethanol in fuel this summer is nearly useless and may violate the Administrative Procedures Act—again

By David Potter President Joe Biden’s plan to extend the availability of higher biofuel blends of gasoline during the summer months is a tiny bandage on a massive wound. Biden intends to allow the sale of E15, or gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol, to continue through the […]

03.28.2022

Blackrock CEO Larry Fink warns ESG investors Ukraine war causing ‘increasing oil and gas supply’ that will ‘slow the world’s progress toward net zero’ in near term

By Robert Romano Blackrock CEO Larry Fink warned Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investors in his $10 trillion hedge fund’s annual shareholder letter that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — and the resulting Western sanctions on Russia — had disrupted globalization and interdependent supply chains and would result in “increasing oil […]

03.10.2022

Why aren’t oil companies drilling more? Look no further than the ESG goals in their corporate annual reports.

By Robert Romano The largest oil producers in the U.S. do not appear to have major plans to increase production through 2025, a review of U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) data and corporate reports of U.S.-based oil companies reveals, despite oil prices being over $100 per barrel […]

03.07.2022

Germany says it still needs Russian oil and gas, Russia responds by threatening a gas embargo and the U.S. readies its own oil embargo.

By Robert Romano Germany will continue to import oil, coal and natural gas from Russia as German Chancellor Olaf Scholz rejected calls for a Europe-wide embargo on Russian oil and gas, exposing some of the limits to the West’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “At the […]

03.04.2022

Ukraine war, European dependence on Russian oil and gas prove ESG is a threat to national security

By Robert Romano One of the facts being laid bare by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is that Europe has become highly dependent on Russian oil and natural gas for its economy, largely owing to green energy policies that have shut down coal and nuclear electricity generation in […]

02.26.2022

Higher oil and gas prices will fuel Russia’s military to prosecute its war in Ukraine. The U.S. and OPEC need to speed up production.

  By Robert Romano “Our sanctions package is specifically designed to allow energy payments to continue.” That was President Joe Biden’s statement on Feb. 24  on how U.S. and Western sanctions on Russia for invading Ukraine would impact Russian oil and natural gas exports. So far, the answer is they won’t, despite calls by some to […]

11.23.2021

Biden’s Shameful Blame Game

The Left’s default position is always to blame the private sector and look to government for a solution, when just the opposite approach is needed. By Catherine Mortensen Joe Biden, suffering from abysmal poll numbers, is trying to blame others for the results of his failed policies, […]

10.25.2021

African nations want help building infrastructure, not climate change lectures

“Africans have a right to use reliable, cheap energy, and doing so doesn’t prevent the development of the continent’s renewables. Forcing Africa down one route will hinder our fight against poverty.” – Yoweri K. Museveni, President of Uganda By Catherine Mortensen Next week’s meeting in Glasgow, Scotland […]

08.12.2021

Cartoon: Frequent Liar Miles

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