Climate Hysteria and Flooding in the Great Lakes

…Climate Hysteria and Flooding in the Great Lakes… Once again, the Great Lakes are cited as proof of climate change. This time because of high water levels. A few years ago, it was because of low water levels. One article Continue reading Climate Hysteria and Flooding in the Great Lakes

Wall Street Journal Swings Left

…Wall Street Journal Swings Left… While the WSJ’s editorial page retains some semblance of conservatism, the body of the paper continues to move left, following much of the media. The July 11, 2017, WSJ article on Australia’s energy problems, emphasized Continue reading Wall Street Journal Swings Left

Wall Street Journal Lurches Left

Until now, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) could be read without concern over the veracity of its articles. That is changing. Today, it’s necessary to verify the facts and content of WSJ articles. On September 14, the WSJ included a Continue reading Wall Street Journal Lurches Left

Wall Street Journal Drinks Kool-Aid

An article in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) misleads readers into thinking wind provides cheap electricity. Texas is an ideal location for the use of wind and solar for generating electricity, perhaps one of the best areas in the country. Continue reading Wall Street Journal Drinks Kool-Aid

The Why and How of Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) is becoming newsworthy again as the EPA’s clean power proposal is being contested in the court system. The Wall Street Journal ran an article this week on CCS, but covered less than half the story. Continue reading The Why and How of Carbon Capture and Sequestration

It’s Fitting for the U.S. to Use More Energy

The Wall Street Journal recently had a special section on energy, in which it quoted Vaclav Smil saying, “You people [Americans] consume about 320 gigajoules of energy per capita. Japan and the rich countries in the EU are about 170. Continue reading It’s Fitting for the U.S. to Use More Energy