Written by Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Tragic as the situation is, "everything is going to be okay" in the Gulf of Mexico, according to Stansberry & Associates Investment Research Founder Porter Stansberry. Porter, who built his reputation on finding safe-value investments poised to give his followers years of exceptional returns, ...
Written by Ken Haapala: SEPP.org
This past week, in the Week that Was and the continuing debate on the climate
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
On Friday morning, the most intense earthquake ever measured near the city hit the Washington, DC area. It measured 3.6, the ...
Written by Paul Driessen
"Low carbon fuel standards" mean higher costs, few environmental benefits and less liberty
Within days, Majority Leader Harry Reid intends to bring sweeping energy and climate legislation to the Senate floor. He won't call it cap-and-trade or cap-tax-and-trade, and certainly not a carbon tax.
Written by Brian Sylvester of The Energy Report
Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) have delivered compound annual returns of 18.5% over the last 10 years. That's about 6% more than income trusts and 7% better than utilities. And most investment-grade MLPs maintain and sometimes even grow cash distributions in stressed markets. MLPs remain ...
Written by Julia A. Seymour
Lefties complain about lack of media coverage of Muir Russell report, critics point out study was commissioned by university under review.
The past year has been rough for climate alarmists, with Americans' growing skepticism about the threat of global warming and a ...
Written by Brian J. Donovan
As of July 11, 2010, regardless of whether you prefer to say "spill" or "gusher," underwater "plume" or underwater "cloud," these are the numbers to consider:
Total Amount of Oil Released to Date: 4,455,000 barrels
Amount of Oil Recovered by BP to Date (via Containment Cap): 771,100 barrels
Written by Jon Basil Utley
Incompetence has turned the Gulf oil tragedy into "Obama's Katrina." As more and more startling facts emerge we are finding almost criminal ineptness by Washingtoncompounded by BP's almost criminal negligence. As with many crises, ...
Written by Paul Driessen
The greatest threat to species is not modern technology -- but environmentalists
The Soviet Union's demise helped usher in manmade catastrophic global warming as the new "central organizing principle of civilization." Now, global warming is giving way to a growing recognition that: climate change ...
Written by James Carafano
The Heritage Foundation
This is not Governor Blanco's Louisiana. Since Katrina, the state has reformed and refitted its ability to respond to disasters to the point that it has become a national role model in many respects.