House Oversight Chairman Comer Invites Dept. Of Energy Sec. Granholm To Testify Before Committee

By Henry Rodgers House Oversight Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) sent a letter Wednesday to Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm inviting her to testify...

Becerra Grilled on Putting Politics Before Health Policy

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra defended a wide range of White House health policies during a hearing of the House Ways and...

Legislation Introduced to Ensure Feds Pay to Rebuild Baltimore Bridge

(The Center Square) – Lawmakers from Maryland, including the state’s sole Republican representative introduced legislation in Congress to ensure the federal government foots the...

Michael Barone: A Fail-Safe Society is Sure to Fail

When are we going to trust our fellow Americans again? When are we going to allow qualified individuals with responsibility to make decisions without...

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The Rise of ESG and Its Implications for the U.S. Economy (Commentary)

The movement for creating systemic change in the economic system is growing. Traditionally, investments in entrepreneurial ventures were based on expectations for a favorable...

Climate Change Weekly #502: Climate Change Is Not Causing Inflation

Climate change is not causing inflation. It can’t, because inflation is a product of monetary and fiscal policy, which climate has no control over.
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Climate Change Weekly #501: Stream ‘Climate: The Movie’ Before It’s Censored

. I viewed the movie online and think it would be more appropriately titled, “Climate Change: Case Closed.”
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Climate Change Weekly #500: Looking Back on 500 Issues, Celebrating a Milestone

Over time, CCW has become Heartland’s most widely read, longest continuously running newsletter.
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Climate Change Weekly #499: Is the Bell Tolling for EV Mania?

There is an old saying, better late than never, but in the case of this lawsuit, it would be more accurately phrased, better never, than ever.