Articles

Articles

  • Energy Innovation: A Key to All of the Above Jobs image

    Energy Innovation: A Key to All of the Above Jobs

    Conservative clean energy innovation that focuses on clean coal, nuclear, and hydro power is, “an economic opportunity, a huge job creator,” says conservative businessman Jay Faison.

  • Solar Panels, from Sea to Shining Sea? image

    Solar Panels, from Sea to Shining Sea?

    Whether or not a grand southern border wall solar installation can pay for itself through electricity sales is difficult to predict in the absence of clear, specific proposals and construction plans.

  • Illinois Must Dig Itself Out Of The Fiscal Ditch image

    Illinois Must Dig Itself Out Of The Fiscal Ditch

    Finger-pointing is rampant in Illinois as the state’s credit rating has been downgraded by S&P and Moody’s to near junk …

  • Opening The Door For Nuclear image

    Opening The Door For Nuclear

    Over the past two decades, many states have taken steps to include more “renewable” energy resources in their state portfolios.

  • Secretary Zinke Shouldn’t Stop With Bears Ears image

    Secretary Zinke Shouldn’t Stop With Bears Ears

    On Monday, the Department of Interior announced the interim recommendation of its review process of the Bears Ears National Monument.

  • ALEC-FreedomWorks Legislator of the Week image

    ALEC-FreedomWorks Legislator of the Week

    Senator Gail Griffin is serving her seventh year in the Arizona State Senate representing the 14th District and her third …

  • Federalism Postcards from Texas image

    Federalism Postcards from Texas

    In the battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution against Mexico, which was led by the dictator Santa Anna, …

  • ALEC-FreedomWorks Legislator of the Week image

    ALEC-FreedomWorks Legislator of the Week

    Senator Bob Onder, M.D., is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. Sen. Onder is currently serving his second term representing …

  • State of the State: Illinois image

    State of the State: Illinois

    From Illinois’ crushing taxes and regulations to the state’s fiscal problems, it is easy to see why people are voting with their feet and leaving the state at disproportionately high rates. If the Land of Lincoln wishes to stop the bleeding, Governor Rauner can’t be the only one with good ideas—members of the General Assembly and the general public need to get behind necessary reform efforts to save the state.