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January 25, 2021
Minimum wage hikes: The nail in the coffin for small businesses
it is unsurprising that some lawmakers are flippantly considering implementing minimum wage increases
Energy
January 22, 2021
Rare earths first? Or last?
Biden’s Green New Deal won’t work without mining, especially for rare earth elements
Government & Politics
January 22, 2021
Collectivism Breeds Indifference to the Loss of Liberty
The presumption of political paternalists to arrogantly command and control how we live, work, and interact in the face of the imposed shutdowns and lockdowns and the behavior constraints in the face of the coronavirus crisis
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Government & Politics
January 20, 2021
Biden’s Attack on the Keystone XL Pipeline Is Politics, Not Policy
Joe Biden plans to make good on his promise to phase-out fossil fuels
InfoTech & Telecom
January 20, 2021
Leftists: ‘TV Providers - Be Non-Neutral.’ Also Leftists: ‘Internet Providers - Be Neutral’
Not only does CNN want to censor conservatives on principle – they want to censor conservatives because they draw bigger audiences than CNN
Energy
January 19, 2021
California secretly struggles with renewables
Nationwide we are spending untold billions of dollars on huge batteries, trying to keep the erratic nature of renewables from crashing the electric power system

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Opinion/Editorial
January 25, 2021
By Samantha Fillmore
it is unsurprising that some lawmakers are flippantly considering implementing minimum wage increases
January 22, 2021
By Duggan Flanakin
Biden’s Green New Deal won’t work without mining, especially for rare earth elements
January 22, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
The presumption of political paternalists to arrogantly command and control how we live, work, and interact in the face of the imposed shutdowns and lockdowns and the behavior constraints in the face of the coronavirus crisis
January 20, 2021
By Steven Milloy
Joe Biden plans to make good on his promise to phase-out fossil fuels
January 20, 2021
By Seton Motley
Not only does CNN want to censor conservatives on principle – they want to censor conservatives because they draw bigger audiences than CNN
January 19, 2021
By David Wojick
Nationwide we are spending untold billions of dollars on huge batteries, trying to keep the erratic nature of renewables from crashing the electric power system
January 19, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Politically trying times clearly lie ahead in the United States, with the fallout from the November elections and the events in Washington, D.C. on January 6th
January 19, 2021
By Larry Sand
As the teachers unions buttress their roadblocks to reopening schools, parental choice is more important than ever
January 19, 2021
By Seton Motley
The advent of the Internet has created for us a New World.
January 19, 2021
By David L. Applegate
With a more supine Congress, President-elect Joe Biden need not stretch his executive powers in the manner of at least the last two administrations, and his opportunity to get all the cabinet picks he wants just increased dramatically
January 15, 2021
By Duggan Flanakin
The Big Switch will cost trillions and massively change America – not for the better
January 14, 2021
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #385
January 13, 2021
By Jane S. Shaw
If you are skeptical about climate change claims and have a prominent position, the New York Times will attack you. It will minimize your credentials, call you a “denialist,” sensationalize your comments, and never consider the quality of your research.
January 13, 2021
By Roy Spencer
Dr. David Legates has been fired by White House OSTP Director and Trump Science Advisor, Kelvin Droegemeier
January 13, 2021
By Alexandra York
“Nanny,” of course, is a nicety for “authority”
January 13, 2021
By Paul Driessen
Your life, living standards, country and planet will take a big hit under the Green New Deal
January 12, 2021
By David L. Applegate
The United States and self-government itself cannot survive if people do not have faith that legal votes are honestly counted.
January 12, 2021
By Larry Sand
In what amounts to a “1984 Project,” school districts across the country have turned into reeducation camps
January 12, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
At a time when serious concerns are being expressed and experienced about individual freedom and political self-government in America right now, it is worth remembering that you really don’t always appreciate what you’ve had until you’ve lost it
January 12, 2021
By Seton Motley
When either behaves badly – it is devastating to We the People, when both behave badly – it is cataclysmic for We the People
January 11, 2021
By Seton Motley
It was for decades awful enough when cronyism seekers gave politicians campaign coin in exchange for crony government policies
January 11, 2021
By David Wojick
China now generates a whopping 7,500 GWh of electricity, just under twice what America does
January 11, 2021
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
The enormous amounts of money being allocated for solar and wind -- and the never-ending extensions of the tax credits for them
January 8, 2021
By Christina Herrin
For their patriotic efforts, this is how these companies were thanked: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released new regulations and fees for organizations
January 7, 2021
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #384
January 7, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
At a time when a wide variety of misguided and wrong-headed economic ideas are swirling around the arenas of public policy, it is worth taking note of 2021 being the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Austrian School of Economics
January 6, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
At one level, this year’s presidential election has been no different from others
January 5, 2021
By Justin Haskins, Christopher Talgo
Read the results of these important polls on the public's view of some radical policies that are growing in popularity.
January 5, 2021
By David L. Applegate
Public policy in a democratic republic should be resolved by informed representatives of an educated public, acting within constitutional limits, not by executive branch heads or appointees
January 5, 2021
By Larry Sand
Diane Ravitch’s arguments against school choice miss the mark by miles
January 4, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
What might we glean about what may be ahead, not only from 2020, but from the first twenty years of the 21st century.
January 3, 2021
By Joseph A. Morris
The death of Dick Thornburgh is a sad matter for all who knew him, and marks the loss by the American people of a conscientious public servant.  May his memory always be as a blessing.
December 30, 2020
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #383
December 30, 2020
By David Wojick
New York City will soon be home to the world’s biggest utility-scale battery system, designed to back up its growing reliance on intermittent renewables.
December 29, 2020
By David Wojick
America is not moving toward wind and solar for power generation; we are actually moving away from renewables. You would never know this listening to the press and the politicians.
December 28, 2020
By Heartland Staff
China knows the world will need oil, natural gas and coal for decades to come. It sees “green” as the color of money and is happy to extend credit under terms very favorable to China.
December 22, 2020
By Larry Sand
Several recent stories about teachers unions can be used for classroom instruction.
December 21, 2020
By Duggan Flanakin
Experts agree the tide has turned in nuclear power’s favor, but obstacles remain
December 17, 2020
By H. Sterling Burnett, Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
Climate Change Weekly #382
December 16, 2020
By Seton Motley
To foster said legal atmosphere – and it is critically important for the Court and the country we do so – the Court must defend Intellectual Property (IP) from its very many thieves