Kevin on July 12th, 2011

For years, I have wondered aloud about when this country would start utilizing a clean, plentiful AND domestic source of energy, natural gas. I’ve written about fracking and technology advances that have made the natural resource so plentiful we barely have room to store it all. Natural gas used to be ok to enviro fanatics […]

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Kevin on December 15th, 2009

Everybody has a limit. I’ve been following the events in Copenhagen with detached bemusement. There have been some great moments of unintentional honesty, especially when the delegates talk about what is standing in the way of a deal, namely, they want more, much more money that is, to be transferred from the United States taxpayers […]

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Kevin on November 7th, 2009

When are we going to get serious about energy independence? On the Republican side, we have drill, drill drill. On the left, we have a planet with a fever. Both sides pay lip service to the national security threat we face because of our dependence on foreign oil. Yet, neither side is doing much about […]

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