Category Archives: Energy

May
26
2020

China’s Next Play: First in Space Warfare

26, May

By Katie Kieffer

NASA

We – the United States – are at war with China. And China’s next play – following COVID-19 – is to be “first” in the multi-trillion-dollar market of space. President Trump is taking concrete steps to beat China in space: last week, he launched the Space Force as the sixth branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and, this week, he attends the launch of a public-private partnership at the Kennedy Space Center meant to ensure America is no longer reliant on Russia for shuttles to the International Space Station.

“Our destiny, beyond the Earth, is not only a matter of national identity, but a matter of national security,” President Trump said in a statement. Now, Congress and military bureaucrats must also support American dominance in space. Continue reading

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Sep
24
2019

2.9 Billion Bird Deaths Linked to Solar, Wind

24, Sep

By Katie Kieffer

Red bird

Feathers at the foot of a wind turbine. Bird droppings at the base of a solar panel. A coroner could use these signs to establish the cause of mass bird death. And a novelist could pen a murder mystery titled: Death by Renewable Energy. Continue reading

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Jun
25
2017

Trump Follows Reagan’s Lead

25, Jun

By Katie Kieffer

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan removed Jimmy Carter’s solar panels from the White House roof as soon as he became president. Because Reagan understood the power of demonstrating that science is at the service of humans—not corporate interests and K Street lobbyists.

Like Reagan, one of President Trump’s first moves was undoing a far sillier executive action of his own puerile predecessor, Barack Obama. Specifically, Trump unraveled the Paris Climate Accord, which Obama unconstitutionally negotiated with the United Nations in Paris, France in December of 2015. Continue reading

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Jun
19
2017

Green Flames: London’s Lesson

19, Jun

By Katie Kieffer

Forest Fire

Blue flames are products of extreme heat but “green” flames are products of extreme environmentalism, as we saw last week when fire engulfed London’s Grenfell Tower.

From skyscrapers in London to wild lands in California’s Sun Valley, so-called green policies that disregard basic principles of fire safety are sparking deadly infernos. This issue deserves our attention far more than Russian hacking myths and fairytales. Continue reading

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Feb
27
2017

DAPL Resistance: The Real Story

27, Feb

By Katie Kieffer


Be wary of those who only destroy. Smoldering embers of emotional environmental extremists can re-emerge as a wildfire.

The Trump administration last week extinguished Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protesters when they proved only willing to torch and trash the earth; culture; children and animals they claimed to be defending. Continue reading

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Dec
12
2016

Politician-Pope: Francis’ Climate Crusade

12, Dec

By Katie Kieffer

Pope Francis

By Katie Kieffer Pope Francis is the only pope in history to explicitly intervene in an American presidential election—and while the pontiff’s goal is evidently to attract Millennials, record numbers of young people mistrust the Catholic Church. As a Catholic, … Continue reading

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Dec
05
2016

Jerry Brown Farts in General Direction of Dairy Farmers

05, Dec

By Katie Kieffer


Holy cow! Dairy farmers are balking at crazy climate change legislation that will rob America’s middle class of affordable dairy products.

The Golden State used to be a place you could visit for a relaxing vacation filled with sunshine, palm trees and bayside avocado burgers—and then fly home to live a relatively free life—leaving California residents to cope with the “crazy” aspects of the state, like sky-high taxes. Continue reading

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Nov
28
2016

Native Americans: Help Make America Great Again

28, Nov

By Katie Kieffer

Protest

Native Americans protesting the construction of the 1,200-mile Dakota Access oil pipeline: quit throwing rocks at police; stop setting cars ablaze; discard your “Children Don’t Drink Oil” signs—and join your fellow brothers and sisters in making America great again.

“We don’t have weapons. … We are looking out for … the children who are not even born yet,” Standing Rock Sioux chairman David Archambault II said to defend his 10,000-member tribe’s use of violence, aggression and disorderly conduct to protest the construction of the $3.7 billion Dakota Access pipeline. Continue reading

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Jul
31
2016

Bill Clinton: Stuck 2,000 Years in the Past on Coal

31, Jul

By Katie Kieffer

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton keeps telling coal workers to move on from the life “you had 50 years ago”—while his wife Hillary shouts, “I believe in science!” But isn’t it interesting that the “science” to which they cling is 2,000 years out-of-date?

Greek mathematician Hero of Alexandria invented the original windmill, a machine that harnessed wind for energy sometime around 50 AD. Do the math. 2016 minus 50 is 1,966—meaning windmill power is not “new” or “progressive” but a relic of 2,000 years ago. Continue reading

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May
02
2016

Hillary’s Secret Garden Poisons Millennials

02, May

By Katie Kieffer


Hillary Clinton is working alongside billionaire Tom Steyer to sow a garden of climate change paranoia. Clinton is scaring young voters into supporting her campaign by leading them to believe that a Republican president will unleash a climate apocalypse.

Calling Millennial voters the 2016 presidential election’s “biggest cohort,” Steyer announced his plan last Monday to inject $25 million into targeting young voters. Specifically, Steyer will allocate millions toward an aggressive ground campaign based on climate alarmism. The goal? Getting the youth vote out for Clinton. Continue reading

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