Monthly Archives: July 2012

Milton Friedman on Energy

In honor of what would have been Milton Friedman’s 100th birthday, we’re posting a quick video on Friedman’s optimistic outlook on our nations energy needs: “The progress of technology has had the effect of increasing ... Read more

EPA Fines Companies For Not Doing The Impossible

We at Resourceful Earth complain often about the EPA’s overzealous attitude towards opposing resource development, but this new story has even us stumped: If you think the government penalizing — or is it taxing? — people for not bu... Read more

Anti-Fracking Advocates Lie, Says the Associated Press

An important article from the Associated Press released earlier this week points out that, yes, environmentalists are willing to lie to you to make you fear development of fossil fuels: One of the clearest examples of a misleading claim comes... Read more

Pebble Mine Comment Period Ends

Monday (July 23) marked the end of the commenting period for individuals to send their thoughts on the EPA’s watershed assessment of the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska. So what comes next? An Alaskan mine that may contain more than $500... Read more

Amonix, This Month’s Solyndra Enjoyed Bipartisan Support

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) celebrating a pile of taxpayer dollars handed to Amonix. Amonix, the newest photovoltaic solar panel manufacturer, declared bankruptcy last week: Amonix said the decision to close the plant was based o... Read more