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Education
September 23, 2022
Research & Commentary: New Education Freedom Report Card Gauges States’ Education Accountability, Transparency, and Choice Options
Florida And The District Of Columbia Bookend Rankings
Government & Politics
September 19, 2022
ESG: Negative Effects on Food Supply and Agriculture
Brief summary of how ESG is being weaponized against farmers, food production, and the agricultural industry as a whole.
Energy
September 12, 2022
Wind Energy Primer: Wind and the Environment
Wind turbines require enormous amounts of rare earth elements like neodymium magnets, around 377 pounds of neodymium per MW capacity.
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Energy
September 12, 2022
Wind Energy Primer: Costs and Generation
The reality is that wind power is intermittent because the wind does not blow constantly. Therefore, wind turbine power generation constantly varies and cannot be depended on to provide a consistent, reliable flow of electricity on demand.
Government & Politics
September 5, 2022
ESG: Primary Architects and Implementers
Brief summary of how influential elites and organizations work hand in glove to coerce ESG compliance.
Energy
September 2, 2022
Research & Commentary: New Report Details How to Strengthen America, Weaken Putin, and Make the World Safer Via Increased American Energy Production
Russian Economy Dangerously Dependent On Oil & Gas Exports

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September 23, 2022
By Tim Benson
Florida And The District Of Columbia Bookend Rankings
September 19, 2022
By Jack McPherrin
Brief summary of how ESG is being weaponized against farmers, food production, and the agricultural industry as a whole.
September 12, 2022
By Linnea Lueken
Wind turbines require enormous amounts of rare earth elements like neodymium magnets, around 377 pounds of neodymium per MW capacity.
September 12, 2022
By Linnea Lueken
The reality is that wind power is intermittent because the wind does not blow constantly. Therefore, wind turbine power generation constantly varies and cannot be depended on to provide a consistent, reliable flow of electricity on demand.
September 5, 2022
By Jack McPherrin
Brief summary of how influential elites and organizations work hand in glove to coerce ESG compliance.
September 1, 2022
By Tim Benson
Appropriated EECGB Funds From 2021 Infrastructure Bill Would Be Barred From Distribution To Anti-Fracking States
September 1, 2022
By Samantha Fillmore
In this Research & Commentary, Samantha Fillmore examines a Senate Bill in Virginia that would create common sense restrictions of Governors during a state of emergency.
August 29, 2022
By Jack McPherrin
Brief description of how ESG systems fundamentally alter free markets and the natural equilibrium of supply and demand.
August 22, 2022
By Jack McPherrin
Brief description of the role of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in coercing companies into ESG compliance.