Michael Ramirez: Good Intentions 03-05 -23
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With solar and wind contributing only about 13.6% of our electricity, the forced transition to renewable fuels is raising energy prices and destabilizing the U.S. electrical grid. —Michael
The Earth is in Great Shape —John Hinderaker, Power Line
EV Drivers Admit it: Charging can be a ‘Logistical Nightmare’ Elizabeth Stauffer, Power Line
If You Want ‘Renewable Energy,’ Get Ready to Dig —Mark P. Mills, WSJ
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Californians were shocked, shocked to find their gas bills from Southern California Gas Company up 240% in January. The gas company released a statement saying that they do not profit off the increase but simply pass on the wholesale price to the consumer. They can thank Governor Gavin Newsom for that…
Welcome to the future. Welcome to the Green New Deal.
It is called ECONOMICS 101.
If you cut off supply in the face of increasing demand, the result is higher prices.
Most Americans embrace the idea of alternative energy and conservation. The problem stems from the Biden administration, California and other progressive states, all creating artificial deadlines to replace the existing infrastructure before viable or reliable alternative sources of energy can fill the void.
As a nation, we have an abundance of natural energy in America.
Unfortunately, we have an overabundance of idealization, political gamesmanship…
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