Pennsylvania’s Utility Disconnections Spike Amid Energy Affordability Crisis

The Center for Biological Diversity reports high energy costs have resulted in Pennsylvania joining four other states, to account for 69 percent utility disconnections across the United States between January 2020 and December 2021.

New Studies Raise Questions about Drug Treatments for Depression

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Price Controls Have Never Worked (Commentary)

Nearly all economists agree that price controls are harmful—yet this has not stopped the specter of them from rising once again.

Buchanan: Biden Commits US to War for Taiwan

For the fourth time in his presidency, Biden has said the U.S. will fight for Taiwan, though that could mean all-out war with China.
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Studies Have Yet to Show Face Masks Protect Public from COVID-19

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“The available clinical evidence of facemask efficacy is of low quality and the best available clinical evidence has mostly failed to show efficacy, with fourteen of sixteen identified randomized controlled trials comparing face masks to no mask controls failing to find statistically significant benefit in the intent-to-treat populations,” the study found.

Canadian Oil Sands Production Finds a New Outlet to the U.S. Gulf Coast

The Capline pipeline, connecting Patoka, Illinois to St. James, Louisiana, is now fully operational, transporting heavy crude oil produced in Canada’s tar sands to refiners along the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
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Analysis: 41 Inconvenient Truths on the “New Energy Economy”

Daily, politicians and pundits demand, or predict, an energy future that is entirely based on wind/solar and batteries, freed from the “burden” of the hydrocarbons. Regardless of one’s opinion about whether, or why, an energy “transformation” is called for, the physics and economics of energy combined show there is no possibility of anything resembling a radically “new energy economy” in the foreseeable future.
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Minnesota's push to adopt California's electric vehicle mandate is illegal, and will hurt the automobile industry in the state.
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CDC Ignores Scientific Studies on Masks

Defying multiple studies that show masks have a negligible impact on protecting people from the coronavirus, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidance still requiring masks indoors, masks for children, and masks in some outdoor settings.
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