Author: Bonner Cohen

Radical 30 X 30 Plan Will Ensure That This Land Will No Longer Be Your Land

Radical 30 X 30 Plan Will Ensure That This Land Will No Longer Be Your Land

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Moving rapidly to transition the United States away from fossil fuels in the name of combatting climate change, the Biden administration is employing a mix of executive authority and legislative action to force the transformation. While much attention is focused on ...
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Cybersecurity of Wind Power a Growing Concern

Cybersecurity of Wind Power a Growing Concern

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The Biden White House’s March 29 announcement that it will expedite development of offshore wind projects along the Atlantic Coast of the United States underscores the administration’s commitment to move the nation away from fossil fuels to increased dependence on ...
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Study: CDC Manipulated COVID-19 Deaths, Violated Federal Laws

Study: CDC Manipulated COVID-19 Deaths, Violated Federal Laws

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The nation reached a significant milestone in late February, with media outlets reporting that the number of Americans who have died from COVID-19 passed the 500,000 mark. Such a death toll is deeply disturbing.  But is it accurate? A recent ...
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Ancient Migration Patterns Offer Explanation for Unequal Susceptibility to COVID-19

Ancient Migration Patterns Offer Explanation for Unequal Susceptibility to COVID-19

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A group of genes passed down from human cousins who went extinct 50,000 years ago explains why inhabitants of certain regions of the world are far more susceptible to COVID-19 than people living elsewhere, according to new interdisciplinary research. Two ...
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Beijing Presents Itself as Climate Steward as China-Borne Pandemic Continues to Rage

Beijing Presents Itself as Climate Steward as China-Borne Pandemic Continues to Rage

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As European countries ponder the reimposition of lockdowns and other drastic measures to confront a second wave of COVID-19, and U.S. officials fear a similar outbreak on this side of the Atlantic, China—where the pandemic originated—has decided to change the ...
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Four Obama Regulations Trump Can Undo Right Away

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President-elect Trump's pledge to "drain the swamp" in Washington struck a chord with millions of Americans and helped propel him to his stunning election as the nation's 45th president.Trump can start by reversing many of the laws the Obama administration ...
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Climate Change Alarmists’ Dramatic New Claim Doesn’t Hold Water: U.S. Military Bases Are Not at Risk from Global Warming

National Policy Analysis #678 /
Saying we "must prepare for the growing exposure of our military bases to sea-level rise," a new study by the Cambridge, Mass.-based Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) calls on the Pentagon and Congress to devote substantial resources to protecting national ...
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Gone with the Wind: Resistance Grows to Bird-Killing Turbines

Gone with the Wind: Resistance Grows to Bird-Killing Turbines

National Policy Analysis #665 /
The natives are restless, and their ire is directed against an intruder armed with taxpayer subsidies and intent on destroying as much scenic beauty and wildlife as it can get away with. Across the country, giant wind farms, among the ...
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The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA): A Cartel that Threatens Innovation and Competitiveness

The rise of the administrative regulatory state over the past several decades has prompted George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley to speak of a de facto fourth branch of government, characterized by "sprawling departments and agencies that govern with ...
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It's Time for North Carolina to Scuttle Its Renewable-Energy Mandate

It’s Time for North Carolina to Scuttle Its Renewable-Energy Mandate

With its April 24 vote rejecting legislation to repeal North Carolina’s renewable-energy mandate, the House Public Utilities Committee has dealt a temporary setback to efforts to undo the state's ill-conceived and self-defeating law requiring utilities to produce a certain percentage ...
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