We can learn from what happened in Texas if we have a serious and necessary conversation about renewable energy. But will we?
The blackouts, which have left as many as 4 million Texans trapped in the cold, show the numerous chilling consequences of putting too many eggs in the renewable basket.
None of what the Joe Biden green team has in store will improve the environment; it will only make your life poorer and harder.
From New York to California, local opposition is thwarting wind and solar projects seen as essential to transitioning from fossil fuels.
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo led efforts to shut down a nuclear power plant that reliably provided 25 percent of New York City’s electricity. Under a Green New Deal, this would become the norm.
Responses to the coronavirus pandemic are exposing both the folly and the danger inherent in many of the environmental movement’s favorite causes.
Coronavirus is a glimpse of the long-term pain a Green New Deal and environmental radicalism would inflict on America. And besides, grandma would die eventually anyway.
Students are urging both universities to forgo endowments stemming from fossil fuels and demanding pressure on financiers to cancel Puerto Rico’s debt.
Democrats are proposing climate-change policies that would not only require massive societal upheaval but mass coercion to enforce.
In the past, displaying offensive art got you into trouble. These days, it’s not so much what you display, but rather who paid for the display, that’s increasingly problematic.
Concerns about the future are certainly justified, but for the present, a strategy of wait, watch, and grow is the best way to deal with global warming.
Lawyers have again harnessed the ardor of environmental activists, left-leaning politicians, and liberal donors to launch a legal crusade against energy companies.
Although Scott Pruitt announced the EPA would not reform the Renewable Fuel Standard, they are still hearing out a compromise—a step in the right direction.
In their rush to smear a Trump cabinet member, the media once again not only exposed their zeal to mislead readers but their breathtaking hypocrisy and shameful lack of compassion.
A Stanford professor is suing other scientists for critiquing his work in favor of ‘renewable energy.’ That’s not how science works.
In his New York Magazine article, ‘The Uninhabitable Earth,’ doomsayer David Wallace-Wells issues numerous dire warnings that aren’t supported by science.
A productive sector has the fewest number of people producing the greatest number of things we need. Solar does the opposite.
Israel’s precarious relationship with its oil-rich neighbors makes energy and resource independence a national security priority.
Forget winning elections. It’s time to think of self-preservation. So here is the bold and daring plan that will save conservatives from obsolescence.
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