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Health Care
April 9, 2021
Mandating COVID-19 Digital Passports? Too Close to a Dystopian Novel for Me
Studies show that the mental health impacts from the lockdowns have been damaging to the most vulnerable in our society.
Energy
April 9, 2021
Senator Scott Weiner (D) Introduces a Bill to Financially Nail Californians That Can Least Afford the Most Expensive Energy in the Nation
The Senator’s Bill SB 467 is racially biasing more expensive electricity and fuels onto the less fortunate that will worsen poverty, which remains a bigger challenge than minor local environmental issues.
Government & Politics
April 9, 2021
Part 2 - Big Tech Curators of Content, Not Publishers
We are powerless only if we allow ourselves to be powerless, but we can stop in, we can take action, so that our free speech rights, which are the first and foremost right that we must cherish and protect in this country, will continue to be protected eve
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Health Care
April 9, 2021
Volunteer State Should Say Sayonara to Needless Certificate of Need Laws
The high costs of CON and time-consuming paperwork to apply for CON licensure are outrageous.
Climate Change
April 8, 2021
Carbon Dioxide Fertilization and Biotech Crops Are the Keys to Ending Hunger
Climate Change Weekly #393
Energy
April 8, 2021
Cities, Countries, and Economies were Built with Derivatives from Oil, Not by Electricity
Intermittent electricity CANNOT provide the oil derivatives that are the basis of thousands of products that have benefitted humanity for more than 200 years.

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April 9, 2021
By Christina Herrin
The high costs of CON and time-consuming paperwork to apply for CON licensure are outrageous.
April 9, 2021
By Christina Herrin
Studies show that the mental health impacts from the lockdowns have been damaging to the most vulnerable in our society.
April 9, 2021
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
The Senator’s Bill SB 467 is racially biasing more expensive electricity and fuels onto the less fortunate that will worsen poverty, which remains a bigger challenge than minor local environmental issues.
April 9, 2021
By Nancy J. Thorner
We are powerless only if we allow ourselves to be powerless, but we can stop in, we can take action, so that our free speech rights, which are the first and foremost right that we must cherish and protect in this country, will continue to be protected eve
April 8, 2021
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #393
April 8, 2021
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
Intermittent electricity CANNOT provide the oil derivatives that are the basis of thousands of products that have benefitted humanity for more than 200 years.
April 8, 2021
By Daniel Sutter
While many Americans have worked from home during the pandemic, millions in retail, agriculture, transportation, and health care have had to work in person.
April 7, 2021
By James Agresti
In the wake of the Boulder supermarket massacre and other mass shootings, progressive activists, politicians, and journalists have misled the public about major aspects of these tragedies.
April 7, 2021
By David Wojick
Depending on weather-dependent energy for jobs and living standards takes money, resources.
April 6, 2021
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
Understanding the pros and cons of energy options from hydro, renewables, fossil fuels, and nuclear, for the world’s diverse population, would be best for the future of society.