The politicians and the media and fear-mongering neighbors will not answer this question because their answer is “never.”
Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, pressed the wrong button for his vote on the George Floyd-inspired act but adjusted it after communicating that it was a mistake
Face masks as a social symbol to color one’s political stripe will intensify as the pandemic ends.
Billionaire Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, is at it again. This time, he is trying to create his own city in southeast Texas.
Celebrities lost their minds on Twitter, lamenting that Abbott would embrace freedom and not stay in lockdown mode until the end of time.
After nearly a year of lockdowns, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifted his COVID restrictions, opening businesses and abolishing the statewide mask mandate by March 10.
No outage would have occurred if a fraction of the total Texas wind capacity had instead been a combination of properly winterized natural gas turbines and nuclear plants.
“All I had was $30, and he didn’t even charge my card,” Cedillo said of her broken sink. “I don’t know why he did it, but he just fixed it for me and he said, ‘Thank you and have a good day.'”
Biden’s amnesty agenda will likely not pass Congress, but orders halting enforcement are creating a new border surge and humanitarian crisis that will come back to haunt him.
A lot of politicians and businessmen don’t understand that the press only has so much power as we give them. Elon Musk gets it, though.
Thanks to experience with numerous hurricanes, we were prepared for the Texas power outage and no one slept in the cold at our house. When you are prepared, three days is not that bad.
When demand for energy goes up and 40 percent of the total supply malfunctions, in significant part because solar energy doesn’t work in the dark or when wind turbines are iced stiff, you get blackouts.
After millions of Texans struggled for days to survive record subzero temperatures, Biden pledged to sign the declaration allowing the state access to more federal disaster relief funds soon.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas reportedly did not conduct any on-site inspections of its power plants to evaluate their winter preparedness due to COVID-19 protocols.
Founder and Executive Director of Power The Future Daniel Turner joins Chris Bedford to discuss how failures in the government-induced wind sector of the Texas energy grid contributed to the state’s unfurling power crisis.
Citing climate change for Texas’s current weather or casting the Green New Deal as a realistic response to such weather is completely unscientific and unhelpful.
Even with limited water and power, many Texans looked for ways to serve their neighbors and entertain their kids.
We can learn from what happened in Texas if we have a serious and necessary conversation about renewable energy. But will we?
A rare winter storm has put ordinary Texans in danger — and exposed the corrupt and parasitic nature of the energy industry in oil-rich Texas.
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.
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