Written by Tom Armistead
Stepping away from the pack, Andrew Coleman of Raymond James Equity Research is making a contrarian forecast for an oil glut in 2014. Shale oil production is on the ascent, with the United States joining Saudi Arabia on the supply side, while China's hunger for oil may be sliding and demand in ...
Written by James Stafford
Technology, technology, and more technology—this is what has driven the American oil and gas boom starting in the Bakken and now being played out in the Gulf of Mexico revival, and new advances are coming online constantly. It's enough to rival the Saudis, if the Kingdom allows it to happen. Along ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
Here it is... The Smoking Gun The direct link between Agenda 21 and local planners
When the fight started against Agenda 21, those of us working to expose it were largely ignored by the main stream media and even the established Conservative movement and its media. Too far out there, they said, to ...
Written by Paul Driessen
Fracking offers case study of propaganda by environmentalists, teachers and fellow students
“We’re from the Earth Guardians group, and we’re working on fracking and how it’s going to affect our future and our health. So we wrote this song for all the gas companies that are putting their profits ...
Written by James Stafford
If you want an objective view of energy, ask an economist, who can tell you what to expect to pay at the pump in the coming years, and why, as well as what to expect from medium- and long-term economic growth and what the real drivers will be. These are questions that are crucial to a pending ...
Written by BioInitiative
A Rationale for Biologically-based Exposure Standards for Low-Intensity Electromagnetic Radiation
The controverisies surrounding wireless technologies and things like "smart meters", the following content is premised by The Precautionary Principle
"The precautionary principle applies where ...
Written by Alec Gimurtu
Not all the shale plays are created equal, and one in particular is bucking the trend with robust economics and company share prices that show it. But is it too late to buy in? Fund Manager Josh Young doesn't think so, and he sat down with The Energy Reportto discuss the hottest (and coldest) North ...
Written by Judicial Watch
Just when you thought the U.S. government’s global warming frenzy couldn’t possibly get any worse, the Obama administration announces that it’s dedicating a whopping $19.5 million to study the effect of climate change on cows.
Written by Donn Dears
Government justifies the money it spends on research by saying it’s for theoretical research that industry can’t afford to do.
A good example of theoretical research is particle research that requires building huge accelerators, such as the Fermilab, to investigate the fundamentals of matter.