renewable energy

Ideology In Search Of Power

Remember when we were told that fossil fuels were going to run out by the early 2000s? Why are we dumping public resources to subsidize wind and solar energy that only accounts for 1-2% of energy creation? What’s the parallel between environmental policies and the minimum wage debate? Senior research fellow at American Institute for Economic Research, Phillip Magness joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Spending More To Solve Less

Does global warming need to be addressed but should not be framed as the end of the world? Would the Green New Deal spend more to solve less? Like any policy issue, is the remedy innovation rather than mandated rules? Director at the Copenhagen Consensus Center, Bjorn Lomborg joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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IL Electorate: Bring On More Taxes

Why did New England states have to turn to Russia to meet their energy needs even though the U.S. has more energy than any other country in the world? How can the Democrats say they care about the middle class while actively destroying middle class jobs? Are state governments giving out billions of dollars in subsidies to Amazon going to benefit in the long run? Do Illinoisans know all their taxes aren’t going to services but paying for someone else’s pension? CNN Chief economist, Steve Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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“People Will Die”

Is environmentalists’ pushback on any EPA rollback- “people will die?” Is there even a sliver of truth to that? Is our 21st-century Nazi threat not getting to 100% renewable energy as hinted by Ocasio-Cortes? How has Germany’s CO2 emissions gone up despite spending $220 billion on green energy? Founder of JunkScience.com and a member of President Trump’s EPA transition team, Steve Milloy joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Gloves Are Off... Bigly

President Trump's Executive Order on confiscatory environmental regulations sent the Left into a tail-spin. What does the E.O. do? What does it mean for the future of renewable energy? Joseph Bast, President of the Heartland Institute, joins Dan and Amy to discuss the political, cultural and economic implications of the order.

Dan Proft & Kristen McQueary Interview Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore

Will plant food (CO2) bring end days? Our interview this morning with scientist Patrick Moore, a co-founder of Greenpeace, on the junk science and Biblical admonitions being bandied about in Paris. Worth a listen.

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