Green Energy – Why You Might be Falling for It.

Green Energy – Why You Might be Falling for It.

Green Energy – Why You Might be Falling for It.

In a recent eye-opening interview on Rush to Reason, host John Rush welcomed Steve Goreham, a renowned author and voice in the climate and energy dialogue. The conversation, brimming with revelations, brought insight into renewable energy, climate lockdowns, and overreaching government intervention.

Challenging Government Overreach

The conversation took off with a critical view of government policies. Goreham argued that these policies often lead to more control over individuals’ lives, stifling the free market’s ability to reward hard work. The duo underscored the abundance of energy resources available and how current economic policies squander those resources.

The Irony of Green Energy

A highlight of the interview was the discussion on the true nature of green energy. Goreham and Rush agreed that the term ‘green energy’ is misleading, suggesting that without oil, the foundation of green technology crumbles. The “green energy” term is an oxymoron, as oil is integral to producing wind turbines and solar panels, which, through propaganda, is labeled as ‘green.’

The Economic Impact of Environmental Policies

The dialogue delved into the economic implications of environmental regulations and how these regulations can hurt the environment. They discussed how these policies could lead to increased consumer costs because businesses will pass on the expenses of governmental regulations.

The Electric Vehicle Market’s Reality Check

The interview also cast a critical eye on the electric vehicle (EV) market. Goreham shared insights on the EV industry’s challenges, including the limited appeal beyond early adopters and the economic barriers to widespread adoption. He was also critical of the mining necessary to produce EVs.


A Rallying Cry for Free Market Solutions

Rush and Goreham’s conversation was more than a critique; it was a rallying cry for free-market solutions. They called for a shift away from government mandates, advocating for a system that leverages the world’s abundant energy resources more effectively.

Tune In for an Enlightening Perspective

This interview with Steve Goreham on Rush to Reason peeled back the layers of the green energy debate. They provided a thought-provoking perspective on government roles, economic impacts, and the realities of renewable energy. For a deeper dive into their insights and to understand the full scope of their arguments, the full interview is a must-listen. It’s an enlightening exploration for anyone interested in the future of energy and the dynamics of environmental policy.

So What’s the Problem with Oil

So What’s the Problem with Oil

So What’s the Problem with Oil

Jersey Joe, “Once again Democrats are proposing a punitive  “Windfall profits tax” on oil companies in the form of a 50% tax surcharge on the profits they make on any oil they sell above a price of $66 per barrel.”  

Now we all realize that the oil-producing companies don’t set the price of a barrel of oil.  That is set by the commodity traders who bid against each other for those crude oil supplies.  The only thing the oil companies do is to sell their oil production to the highest bidder, something they have a fiduciary obligation to their shareholders to do.
So what is the message the Biden administration is sending to the oil Companies? To me it sounds like:

“Please produce more oil so we can punish you for doing it!”

Jersey Joe: Oil production and the Liberals.

David Holt, President, of Consumer Energy Alliance spoke about the Biden administration and how they are hurting Americans with their policies and slowing down the production of fuel.


Biden’s Energy Policies Enable  Putin’s Russia While UN Decries Global Threat from Climate Change 

Bonner R. Cohen –

The Biden Administration is hurting America’s Energy Independence

As Vladimir Putin’s forces unleash mayhem on Ukrainian cities and villages, the United Nations has chosen this moment in history to warn the world of impending doom – not from Putin’s tanks and missiles, but from manmade climate change.

“Climate change is killing people,” said Helen Adams, King’s College London and co-author of the latest UN report on climate change, released four days after Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine. 

The Biden administration shares this view.

It takes a lot of money to invade a country the size of Ukraine, and the Biden administration has been bankrolling Russia and China by suppressing fossil-fuel production in the U.S., thereby driving up the global price of oil and natural gas to the benefit of oil and gas exporter Russia and to the benefit of China, which has a tight grip on the materials that go into wind turbines and solar panels  

Biden is determined to force-feed Americans in the name of combating climate change.

In doing so, Biden has redirected petrodollars to Putin’s war machine and strengthened an ascendant China.

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