Punishing the use and production of fossil fuels will only set Americans up for higher energy bills and regular power outages.
Green New Deal
Without numbers, we will follow fashion.
A proper historical comparison for the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill helps illuminate why the rhetoric used to sell it is so misleading.
The scheme is unfeasible, and the president’s request for more OPEC oil is a reminder.
The price tags can be hefty when switching to heat pumps, insulating old homes, and building wind farms.
We’ve been hearing about the importance of eliminating meat for a long time, no matter what the media say today.
Leading climate activists aren’t actually serious about climate change.
Should we be surprised?
The reintroduction comes two years after the Green New Deal was first proposed.
Media outlets are putting their weight fully behind one side in an ongoing and heated scientific debate.