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Biden Needs To Take The Blame For Inflation

Last week, President Biden gave a speech listing everyone and everything allegedly responsible for record high inflation. His list included corporate greed and price gouging, Vladimir Putin, and “ultra-MAGA” Republicans. The president said that his policies, and the nearly $7 trillion in spending he authorized, have nothing to do with inflation. None of this holds ...

Reliable Power During The Energy Transition Requires Natural Gas

In recent weeks, the power supply industry and grid operators have issued warnings that the American electric grid may be in for a difficult summer and customers across the country face the possibility of rolling blackouts or power rationing. The situation is particularly worrisome in California, where CAISO, the regional market that coordinates power supply ...

Red Flags For Faith-Based Liberty In Hong Kong

In mainland China and Hong Kong, Easter was a private affair again this year for the tens of millions of Christians who would normally attend church services. All churches, temples, and mosques in mainland China have been locked down since COVID began more than two years ago, meaning that Christians and other believers haven’t been ...

City Of Philadelphia Hobbles Police With Dangerous New Ordinance

Last year, Philadelphia’s city council passed an ordinance called “Achieving Driving Equality.” The bill, signed into law in October and going into effect earlier this month, prohibits the Philadelphia Police Department from stopping drivers who are violating certain aspects of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code. Unfortunately, the ordinance ignores common sense, stops the police department from ...

Regulators Who Shut Down Texas Day Care Need A Timeout

Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk made headlines when he packed up Tesla and brought the electric carmaker to Austin. Single mom Bianca King got less attention when she completed her own move from California to Texas after losing her project manager position in the aerospace industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Musk announced ...

John Kerry: Putin’s Useful Climate Idiot

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine marks the end of the West’s Era of Illusions. It was an era in which Western elites obsessed about solving climate change because the climate crisis was far more dangerous than issues of war and peace and the stability of the international system. They even convinced themselves that climate change ...

American ‘Energy Independence’ Should Be Really Simple

The war in Ukraine has taught everyone a valuable lesson: any politician who argues against unleashing our country’s oil and natural gas industry does not grasp our geopolitical challenges. Now, as a madman forces an invasion and shatters peace in Europe, American energy independence is an absolute must. Senator Josh Hawley’s “American Energy Independence Act ...

Don’t Look To California For Healthcare Reform

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has been unable to advance a top-down, government takeover of our nation’s health care system, so like-minded California lawmakers attempted a state version that would have ended private health insurance, forced Medicare participants into a new experimental system, and put the government in charge of Californian’s health care. Fortunately for California ...

Democrats Pushing Gun Registry As Precursor To Gun Ban

Federal law explicitly prohibits the creation of a federal firearm registry, but the Biden administration is making one anyway. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has collected nearly one billion firearm purchase records. The government has now created a searchable digital database containing 866 million of these transactions, including some 54 million ...

Educational Elites Have Awakened A Sleeping Tiger

Perhaps predictably, many public schools kicked off 2022 by switching back to remote learning — or canceling classes altogether — leaving frustrated parents across the country frantically searching for more consistent schooling options. These past two school years of remote and hybrid learning, forced masking, and an intensified culture of unpredictability has pushed teachers, administrators, ...