Ronald Stein

Ronald Stein is the co-author of the newly released book, “Energy Made Easy,” an internationally published columnist, and a policy advisor for The Heartland Institute.
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America Pursues Expensive Electricity While Much of the World Lives in Energy Poverty

While many still struggle with energy poverty worldwide, American politicians are pursuing the most expensive ways to generate intermittent electricity with offshore wind turbines on the East and West Coasts.

Biden’s Actions Are Encouraging Supply Chain Dependencies on Foreign Suppliers

Despite President Joe Biden’s February 24th vocal concerns about America’s growing dependence on unreliable foreign sources for the supply chain of materials and products to support electric cars, pharmaceuticals, hospital supplies to address the COVID-19 pandemic, and military hardware, his actions are directly opposite of his vocal concerns, as they are encouraging national security concerns.

Health Concerns Drive NIMBY’s to Make More Noise Than Wind Turbines

The Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBYs) movement around the globe from Germany to Australia, California, New York, and Massachusetts are speaking loudly, and acting, to put a halt to the invasion of noisy industrial wind facilities in their backyards.

California’s Energy Scorecard Fails on the World Stage

California's dysfunctional energy policies make it the leader in dependence on outside energy sources within the United States, importing more electricity than any other state – currently at 32 percent from states in the Northwest and Southwest.

Questionable California Priorities Are About to Hit Pocket Books

Taxing the rich has seemed to be one of the Band-Aid solutions for California’s budget, but that’s dangerous as seventy percent of the General Fund is already provided by personal taxes on just five percent of the population.

Ronald Stein

Ronald Stein is the co-author of the newly released book, “Energy Made Easy,” an internationally published columnist, and a policy advisor for The Heartland Institute.

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America Pursues Expensive Electricity While Much of the World Lives in Energy Poverty

While many still struggle with energy poverty worldwide, American politicians are pursuing the most expensive ways to generate intermittent electricity with offshore wind turbines on the East and West Coasts.

Biden’s Actions Are Encouraging Supply Chain Dependencies on Foreign Suppliers

Despite President Joe Biden’s February 24th vocal concerns about America’s growing dependence on unreliable foreign sources for the supply chain of materials and products to support electric cars, pharmaceuticals, hospital supplies to address the COVID-19 pandemic, and military hardware, his actions are directly opposite of his vocal concerns, as they are encouraging national security concerns.

Health Concerns Drive NIMBY’s to Make More Noise Than Wind Turbines

The Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBYs) movement around the globe from Germany to Australia, California, New York, and Massachusetts are speaking loudly, and acting, to put a halt to the invasion of noisy industrial wind facilities in their backyards.

California’s Energy Scorecard Fails on the World Stage

California's dysfunctional energy policies make it the leader in dependence on outside energy sources within the United States, importing more electricity than any other state – currently at 32 percent from states in the Northwest and Southwest.

Questionable California Priorities Are About to Hit Pocket Books

Taxing the rich has seemed to be one of the Band-Aid solutions for California’s budget, but that’s dangerous as seventy percent of the General Fund is already provided by personal taxes on just five percent of the population.