Reliable versus intermittent energy sournces

Subsidies for wind and solar power are destabilizing the electric power markets – what should be done? Read More...

Regulatory rollback: energy policy

It hasn’t been easy or pretty, but some obstacles to reliable/affordable energy are being eliminated. Read More...

Rethinking a plan to combat global warming

Don’t be fooled by the blowback, withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement was a good decision. Read More...

DC field trip: Returning to rational energy policies

No scientific basis has been demonstrated for a war on climate change, and the cost could be considerable. Read More...

Assessing record of the 114th Congress

Even with control of both houses of Congress, GOP failed to put the US on a more conservative path. Read More...

Rise of the regulatory state

Delegation to administrative agencies was convenient at first, but led to problems that must now be solved. Read More...

Spare us another bipartsian energy bill

Premise that energy decisions should be made by government is unsound; it's time to take a different tack. Read More...

A setback for affordable energy

Let’s hope Justice Scalia’s replacement will share his skepticism of the EPA et al. Read More...

Congressional Republicans plan a positive agenda

House Speaker Paul Ryan wants the GOP to offer concrete conservative proposals in November, but satisfying everyone may not be easy. Read More...

Lots of action in DC, but disappointing results

Whatever the outcome of the 2016 elections, conservatives will have a lot of lost ground to recover. Read More...

Much ado about global warming

How real is this problem, and would another layer of governmental authority help to address it? Read More...
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