Another reason to implement the Holman Rule

By Printus LeBlanc Washington D.C., the hub of the federal government, is notorious for extravagant spending and overpriced salaries. For this reason, President Trump ran on a campaign of “draining the swamp”, the swamp being Washington D.C. seemingly endless federal bureaucracy. Unfortunately, the swamp is much bigger than just D.C. A recent report from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Inspector […]

America’s Trump card

By Printus LeBlanc Let’s face it, the majority of the world would not be interested in the Middle East North Africa region, if it did not house 69.4 percent of the world’s proven oil reserves. It’s unbearably hot, almost nothing grows there, and the tribal and ethnic violence is unlikely to end, but it seems like the center of the […]

The Church of Man-Made Climate Change on trial

By Printus LeBlanc A little-known court case is taking place in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver. This case involves two scientists and two set of graphs. One of the graphs is very famous, and the basis for every man-made climate change believer’s faith, while the other…is not. The foundation of the church of man-made climate change is […]

Reeling in the power of the EPA

By Natalia Castro The former Obama administration wanted to save the environment, but rather than asking American industries for help, the administration decided they knew best and instead imposed regulations on companies. One of the most damaging regulations, affecting nearly every American citizen, was Obama’s expansion of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards, regulating auto makers on fuel efficiency […]

Cartoon: America strong on energy

By A.F. Branco Click here for a higher level resolution version.

Video: Crisis Point

Can’t grow the economy and prevent default without expanding the electric grid

By Robert Romano The nearly $20 trillion national debt will consume economy if we don’t start growing robustly — and soon. Here are some sobering numbers. Since the year 2000, the debt has been growing nominally at almost 7.7 percent a year. But the economy, before adjusting for inflation, has been growing much slower at little more than 3.9 percent […]

Getting more coal and nuclear power on the grid should be a priority

By Natalia Castro Nearly 100 people are back to work in Pennsylvania, where the newly opened Corsa Coal Corporation’s Acosta Mine in Somerset County, Pa. will produce 400,000 tons of coal annually for 15 years. President Trump vowed to end the war on coal and prioritize job growth, this mine opening shows he is already on his way to making […]

When it comes to Trump’s critics on leaving the Paris climate accord, follow the money

By Printus LeBlanc In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, President Donald Trump announced the U.S. would no longer be participating in the Paris Climate Agreement. He made the announcement on June 1 in a White House ceremony, arguing the agreement put American jobs unnecessarily at risk, while harming consumers, and that some of these […]

Economic expansion, infrastructure requires electrical grid expansion

By the Honorable Ken Blackwell and Rick Manning Mr. President, when you visit southern Ohio on Wednesday to talk about rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure, please keep four words in mind:  Grow the Electrical Grid! During the campaign, you promised American workers that you would create more jobs for rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.  You doubled down on this promise in your […]

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