Impact of Regulations on Growth

For the past several years, the United States has been mired in a period of slow growth. The average rate of GDP growth between 2007 and 2015 was a paltry 1.2%. This anemic growth compares with an average growth rate Continue reading Impact of Regulations on Growth

The Gift that Keeps Giving Part II

Fracking has provided us with the opportunity of becoming energy independent. But there’s more: Fracking can lead to the reindustrialization of America. Because of fracking, and all that it implies, America could have the lowest cost feedstock of any country Continue reading The Gift that Keeps Giving Part II

Rio+20 Alert

The UN’s Rio+20 meeting will take place in June of this year, and already the propaganda machine is at work. The UN’s High-level Panel on Global Sustainability, has just issued its report on sustainability. A single line in the report Continue reading Rio+20 Alert

UK Report on Renewables

While I have asserted in several articles that wind and solar are uneconomic and unreliable, it’s interesting to see how the UK has fared under its policy of cutting CO2 emissions through the use of renewables. The just issued report Continue reading UK Report on Renewables