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June 22, 2022
Shortages and Inflation to be the New Norm as Refinery Closures Outpace New Construction
With worldwide refinery closures outpacing new construction, shortages and inflation are likely to be the new norm that inflicts regressive expenses upon those that can least afford it, as control of the worldwide refining industry shifts to Asia and Euro
Energy
June 21, 2022
Net-zero Reality Check #1 – Wind Only
If wind turbines are used in an attempt to eliminate fossil fuels, it will require building over 995,141 new wind turbines rated 2.5 MW between now and 2050.
Climate Change
June 16, 2022
Climate Realism on the Rise?
Climate Change Weekly #438
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Education
June 13, 2022
The Sandstorm: Uvalde: The Way Forward
In light of the recent school shooting in Texas, how do we best protect children?
Energy
June 13, 2022
Biden and the ESG Community mandating reductions in supply, to meet increasing demands for crude oil products!
Divesting in crude oil supplies that provides products and fuels for continuously increasing demands by consumers, guarantees shortages and inflation on society.
Energy
June 13, 2022
Biden Administration’s LNG Barriers Hinder Economic Growth, Threaten American Interests, and Undermine Geopolitical Stability
President Joe Biden has called for the United States to increase exports of liquified natural gas (LNG) to Europe in order to help U.S. allies wean themselves from Russian natural gas.

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June 22, 2022
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
With worldwide refinery closures outpacing new construction, shortages and inflation are likely to be the new norm that inflicts regressive expenses upon those that can least afford it, as control of the worldwide refining industry shifts to Asia and Euro
June 21, 2022
By Donn Dears
If wind turbines are used in an attempt to eliminate fossil fuels, it will require building over 995,141 new wind turbines rated 2.5 MW between now and 2050.
June 16, 2022
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #438
June 13, 2022
By Larry Sand
In light of the recent school shooting in Texas, how do we best protect children?
June 13, 2022
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
Divesting in crude oil supplies that provides products and fuels for continuously increasing demands by consumers, guarantees shortages and inflation on society.
June 13, 2022
By Linnea Lueken
President Joe Biden has called for the United States to increase exports of liquified natural gas (LNG) to Europe in order to help U.S. allies wean themselves from Russian natural gas.
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June 13, 2022
By Seton Motley
I’m sure Communist China thinks their investment in the Bidens was well worth it.
June 13, 2022
By Seton Motley
Net Neutrality outlaws Big Tech companies being charged for the massive Internet bandwidth they use. And they use a LOT of bandwidth.
June 13, 2022
By Daniel Sutter
Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover has stirred many emotions. The deal also illustrates the unprofitability of media bias, which claims of media bias must consider.
June 13, 2022
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
Before your next vehicle purchase, be knowledgeable that most of the exotic minerals and metals to build EV batteries are being mined in developing countries.
June 13, 2022
By Richard Ebeling
The free market harmonizes the peaceful pursuits of each individual with the purposes and activities of all others.
June 9, 2022
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #437
June 8, 2022
By Paul Fisher
The next four to five weeks may yield a series of earthquakes in the areas of abortion, gun rights, regulatory power and religious liberty.
June 8, 2022
By Ann Bridges
Epstein makes his case completely and thoroughly, and his passion for the topic and the power of his solutions shine through.
June 7, 2022
By Larry Sand
A new study shows that public schools are highly segregated, while polls reveal that educational freedom is more popular than ever.
June 7, 2022
By David Wojick
NERC is clearly failing to meet its mission. It should be investigated.
June 7, 2022
By Seton Motley
Big Tech Apple is at it yet again. Trying to steal other people’s stuff - for which they can quite easily pay. And now repeatedly asking the Supreme Court to help them do it.
June 7, 2022
By Seton Motley
Is it any wonder we are more than a mite concerned about today’s Biden Administration announcement that they plan to “transform” the country’s food system?
June 7, 2022
By Seton Motley
In very many WEFs past, lots of countries have made lots of climate change pledges and promises. They then moved on as if they never said anything - and kept doing what they had always been doing.
June 7, 2022
By Bernard (Bud) Weinstein
The power generation mix that has underpinned grid reliability and affordable electricity is currently under threat — a “perfect storm” of market failure and regulatory overreach in place of sound energy policy.