Power grid reliability and resilience are matters of national security

By Printus LeBlanc Earlier this week, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry sent a proposed rule change to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding U.S. power grid reliability and resilience. When people discuss the electric grid they often interchange the terms reliability and resilience. What do these terms mean and how do they affect the lives of Americans? They may not […]

We Pause to Remark

By Don Todd Those of us who believe in free markets are somewhat flummoxed by the fact that the state owned British Broadcasting Corporation continues to put out morally based superior programing while investor based Hollywood continues to pump cultural sewage into our living rooms and town squares. We should start calling Dreamers what they are: Nightmares. The Senate recently […]

Cartoon: Climate change formula

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Never let a crisis go to waste

By Printus LeBlanc President Obama’s first Chief of Staff in the White House, now Mayor of the war zone Chicago, famously said, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” People are still being rescued from homes in Houston, and […]

Total eclipse of reason on green energy child labor, toxic waste, and animal protection

By Printus LeBlanc If you are in favor of child slave labor, increased pesticide use, and toxic waste then green energy is for you. Smug liberal progressives turn their noses up at people, not as enlightened as they are while driving a green energy car, not realizing the damage they are doing. Green technology and green energy are far from […]

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

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