At a Chicago fundraiser May 29, 2013, President Obama said “I don’t have much patience for people who deny climate change.” At his swearing in ceremony May 21, 2013, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz declared he is “not interested in debating what is not debatable.” These remarks echo long-standing pleas of climate alarmists the “science is settled” with regards to burning fossil fuels causing catastrophic global warming.
Following my appearance on the Daily Show, I’ve received emails and phone calls from people who don’t agree with my views about energy and the advantages America’s energy abundance provides—benefits that drive both progress and prosperity.
Every Christmas, schools make headlines by labeling their calendars for “holiday break,” “winter solstice,” and the like instead of “Christmas break.” The occasional Scrooge-like superintendent or teacher will inevitably punish[…]
How exactly Roxanne Jones can get away with saying that George Zimmerman is a “murderer” without his having been convicted by a jury of his peers is perhaps a manifestation of the decaying state of the public discourse.
Last month, U.S. Rep. David McKinley (R-WV) hosted an unbiased climate change panel discussion in Fairmont, W.V. Experts from both sides of the climate debate participated without restrictions of any[…]
Ezra Klein has a lengthy piece taking apart my post from last July concerning the media’s oft-repeated “Republicans Have No Obamacare Replacement” myth. I’m glad he’s engaged on this point,[…]
Depending on where you’re from — and how you were raised — that wonderful accompaniment to the turkey is either called stuffing, or it’s called dressing. Let’s get beyond the usual stuff,[…]
Vice President Joe Biden, never one to allow the facts to stand in the way of a snide comment, was in typical form in his vice presidential debate with Paul[…]
The following statements about Monday night’s final presidential debate from policy experts at The Heartland Institute – a free-market think tank – may be used for attribution. The topics discussed[…]
From Heartland Policy Advisor David Applegate: If tonight’s final Presidential Debate had been Monday Night Football, Mitt Romney would have sprinted out to a 19-0 lead early in the first[…]
The Wall Street Journal issued a blistering rebuttal today — in an editorial titled “Energy in the Executive” — to Barack Obama’s energy policy comments made during the debate this[…]
During Tuesday’s presidential debate, Mitt Romney interjected at the end of an exchange with President Obama that “government doesn’t create jobs.” He said it, I think, at least twice. Liberals[…]
In the thread below, nearly two dozen Heartland staffers, fellows and policy advisors weigh in on the second presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Enjoy: “Both candidates did[…]
As a committed believer in capitalism and economic liberty, the policy differences between presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are very stark. Regarding taxes, Romney supports broad tax reform[…]