Kenneth Artz

Artz has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit organizations, publishing, newspaper reporting, and public policy advocacy.
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Pitch Man Sentenced For Role in $54 Million Green Energy Ponzi Scheme

Wayde McKelvy, the pitch man hired to raise funds for what was discovered to be a $54 million green energy Ponzi Scheme started by two Temple University graduates, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in August.

The Heartland Institute to Host “Great Reset” Themed International Climate Conference

The Heartland Institute is hosting the 14th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-14) at Caesars Palace, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Biden Administration Sets New Light Bulb Efficiency Standards, Many Popular Bulbs Banned

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has proposed a new set of stricter energy efficiency standards for light bulbs.

Biden Administration and Democrats Push Electric Vehicles Despite Concerns

President Joe Biden and Democrats are pushing regulations and legislation to transform how Americans drive and how the vehicles used on the nation’s roads are powered.

Biden Administration Threatens Federal Funding to Push Vaccine Compliance

“If [the] government can force or manipulate you--with money taken from you via taxes-- to getting the medical treatment you would otherwise refuse, what can't the government compel you to do?”

U.S. Government Being Sued Over Keystone XL Pipeline Cancellation

TC Energy, the Canadian company behind the Keystone XL pipeline which President Joe Biden cancelled on his first day in office, announced it was suing the U.S. government for $15 billion in damages.

Oil Field Jobs Recovering

Oil-field services and equipment companies in the United States added thousands of jobs in June as oil producers continued to bring more rigs online to meet recovering demand for petroleum products.

Banking Bill Aims to Make It Harder for Oil and Gas Companies to Access Financial Services

A new bill offered by Democrats in the House of Representatives would provide disincentives for banks to provide loans to, support bond offerings of, and provide other routine financial services to fossil fuel companies.

Biden Administration Spending Millions on “Green Hydrogen” Technology

President Joe Biden’s administration has announced it is spending $52.5 million to fund 31 projects to advance next-generation hydrogen fuel-cell technologies.

Cyber-attacks Putting Patients at Risk

The healthcare sector is being rocked by cyberattacks that are more sophisticated, occur more frequently and have greater disruptive potential than ever before.

Kenneth Artz

Artz has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit organizations, publishing, newspaper reporting, and public policy advocacy.

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