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American K-12 science education gone bad

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

I don’t often write an article about someone else’s article but Shepard Barbash’s deeply researched piece “Science betrayed” deserves a wide readership. His subtitle says it all: “The propaganda infecting K–12 science curricula, especially on the environment, won’t go away.” Barbash first looks at the history, then where we are today. The entrenchment of the great […]

China Loves Coal Far More Than Wind

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

We have all heard about China building a lot of coal plants, but the central role coal plays in their booming economy is amazing. It is a big reason they are the world’s leading manufacturer. China generates almost twice as much electricity as the U.S. China generates more from cheap coal than we do from […]

The Green New Deal means monumental disruption: Not just for energy, but for every aspect of our lives, living standards, culture and freedoms

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

By David Wojick and Paul Diessen Kamala Harris co-sponsored the Senate resolution to support the Green New Deal. Now Joe Biden has endorsed the plan. Naturally, people want to know what the GND will cost – usually meaning in state and federal government spending. But that is the wrong question. The real question is, how […]