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Richard J. Trzupek is a chemist and environmental consultant as well as an analyst at the Heartland Institute. He is also the author of " Regulators Gone Wild: How the EPA Is Ruining American Industry."
Five Ways That Environmental NGOs Hurt US Industry
Commentary It’s been more than 35 years since, fresh out of Loyola University armed with a degree in ...
March 15, 2019
Apply a Double Standard and You Have No Standards at All
Commentary One of the hallmarks of civilized society is standards. It’s a sweeping concept. Standards can apply to ...
March 13, 2019
Approaching Each Other With Respect, Even When We Disagree
Commentary As Democrat after Democrat races farther and farther left at unprecedented speed, we should pause to consider ...
March 6, 2019
Hate Crimes on the Rise, but Against Whom?
Commentary The exposure of Jussie Smollett’s alleged hate crime hoax left a lot of people with egg on ...
February 26, 2019
Why Are We Afraid of Nuclear Energy?
Commentary I'm old enough to remember a time when using the term “nuclear energy” didn't evoke the fear ...
February 14, 2019
Green New Deal Part 4: How Much?
Commentary We’re nearing the finish line at last. We know what we’re going to add to eliminate virtually ...
February 13, 2019
There’s a Better Way to ‘Go Green,’ Georgetown
Commentary As a fitting postscript to our four-part series about the challenges and limitations of utility-scale renewable energy, ...
February 1, 2019
Green New Deal Part 3: Infrastructure Needed
Commentary Welcome to Part 3 of our series examining what it will take to transform New York into ...
January 23, 2019
A Green New Deal Part 2: How Much Energy?
Commentary Welcome to Part 2 of our groundbreaking effort to make New York the first state in the ...
January 16, 2019
A Green New Deal Part 1: The Ground Rules
Commentary Say what you want about her, but congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) knows her base. Proposing a “Green ...
January 15, 2019
I Might Be Skeptical, but I’m Not Denying Climate Change
Commentary The Dec. 30, 2018, edition of NBC’s "Meet the Press," themed “How do we explain the urgency ...
January 11, 2019
A Growing Crisis: Strategic Metal and Mineral Independence
Commentary Last month, the Energy Information Administration announced that the United States exported more crude oil and petroleum products ...
January 10, 2019
The Intertwining of Science and Religion
Commentary It’s an unfortunate theme of our times: One can support science or one can believe in a ...
January 7, 2019
The ‘100 Percent Renewable Energy’ Claim
Commentary If a unit of government or an organization wants to establish their "green" bona fides these days, ...
December 17, 2018
Was GE’s Management Style Part of its Downfall?
Commentary Many financial experts say that stock in General Electric will soon be downgraded to the equivalent of ...
December 14, 2018
The Dirty Game of Foreign Policy
Commentary It’s a principle that applies on a personal level and on a national level: If you insist ...
December 2, 2018
Creating a Crisis: Fear Surrounding ‘Toxic’ Air Pollution in Chicago
Commentary On one level, the following is a local story, because it was big news only in the ...
November 30, 2018
Ideas: The Secret to a Thriving Nation
Commentary There is a simple three-word phrase used by aviators when handing over control of the aircraft to ...
November 21, 2018
EPA Standards for ‘Hazardous Air Pollutants’ Are Stringent: Don’t Cherry-Pick the Data
Commentary A casual observer would not know it, based on increasingly hysterical coverage of so-called toxic air pollutant ...
November 20, 2018
Trump Is Right About Poor California Forest Management
Commentary The tragic fires in Northern California have provoked predictable responses from the usual suspects. To President Trump, ...
November 14, 2018
Reflecting on the US as World’s Peacekeeper
Commentary Should you ever find yourself in Budapest, Hungary, take the time to visit the Szabadság tér (Liberty ...
November 13, 2018
The Story of Fracking: American Ingenuity in a Time of Crisis
Commentary Open-minded people, a breed that seems in danger of going extinct, sometimes ask me how I feel ...
November 6, 2018
Air Quality Standards: An Ever-Changing Target
Commentary My colleague Steve Milloy, curator of the invaluable common-sense website Junk Science, sent me a link to ...
October 30, 2018
Environmental Pollution: The US Is as Clean as It Gets
There’s a delightful phrase that describes the way America and most of the rest of the first world ...
October 23, 2018
Robert E. Lee Was a Great American, but Not a Great General
Commentary President Donald Trump committed another in his long list of supposed sins that progressive America deems unpardonable last ...
October 18, 2018
How ‘Environmental Justice’ Hurts Poor Communities – Part II
In my last article, we talked about the development project, what it meant to the low-income community that would ...
October 10, 2018
How ‘Environmental Justice’ Hurts Poor Communities
The story you are about to read is true. The names have been omitted to protect my retirement ...
October 4, 2018
Beware of the Tax Man if You Ever Win the Lottery, Says Money Guru
Seeking to End Suffering by Ending Energy Poverty
Trump and Bolsonaro Pledge ‘Historic Remaking’ of US–Brazil Relations
Supreme Court to Consider State Prosecution of Illegal Immigrant Identity Theft
Top US Trade Officials Head to China Next Week for New Trade Talks
Cyclone Idai: Widespread Flooding and Devastation Impacting Millions in Southern Africa
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Supreme Court to Review Sentence of Beltway Sniper Co-defendant
Former CIA Contractor Nellie Ohr Provided Husband at DOJ With Russia Research
Trump ‘Looking Into’ Facebook Censoring of Top Social-Media Aide
Rep. Nunez Sues Twitter and Several Users for $250 Million for Defamation