fossil fuels

Suicidal Fossil Fuels Exec Hosts Biden Fundraiser

You can take your pick from our reasons why a fossil fuels executive would host a fundraiser for Joe Biden, or add your own, but one thing is for sure, Andrew Goldman IS a fossil fuels executive and he has his reasons for backing Biden.

Green New Deal Would Cost Households in 5 States $70K+ in First Year

The CEI and Power the Future analysis shows that, if implemented, the Green New Deal would cost for American households at least tens of thousands of dollars annually on a permanent basis. Perhaps that’s why exactly zero Senate Democrats, including the resolution’s 12 co-sponsors, voted for the Green New Deal when they had the chance.

How solar and wind mandates tax the poor and middle class

Stephen Moore, Washington Times

If wind and solar are truly the energy sources of the future — with reliability and low costs — let the market determine that. Why do they need mandates and billions of dollars of federal subsidies to make them work? This is an experiment of imposing high costs on American small businesses, farms and families to pay off wealthy green energy investors. Could anything be more illiberal than this?

City Pledges for ‘100% Renewable Energy’ Are 99% Misleading

Charles McConnell, Wall Street Journal

Fossil fuels are not only the largest and most critical component of the energy portfolio, they are the foundation upon which renewable power must stand. Wind and solar generators ride free into the electric grid on the backs of fossil generators that have installed and paid for the infrastructure on which all Americans depend. The rise of renewable generation is made possible by fossil fuels, not despite them.

Hillary vs. Trump on Energy

Stephen Moore, The American Spectator

Everyone is going with fossil fuels except the U.S. under Obama and Hillary. And we have more fossil fuels than all the rest The path to energy independence really is as simple as just getting the government out of the way. ‎Trump wants to do this; Hillary wants to double down on the green bubble.