Orwell wrote a warning, not an instruction manual.
When inevitable power shortages occur, rationing is most certain to follow.
The Biden climate agenda will hamstring American energy independence while having no meaningful impact on the climate.
Actions by Twitter and other giant tech monopolists to block a sitting president along with a fledgling competitor from their platforms put us all on notice that they answer to no higher power, warning that we better not dare to disagree.
President-elect Joe Biden has announced plans to front-load his Cabinet appointments with radical climate activists empowered to wield vast regulatory influence over every major sector of American economic and social life.
Power blackouts that rolled across California cities and towns during an August 13-14 heat wave offer a warning glimpse of much more dire consequences.
If California’s struggle to keep the lights on isn’t already dim enough, Golden State residents should brace themselves for even darker prospects with a planned ban on the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035.
How radical would Biden be?
Individual freedom and responsibility are under assault.
The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately infecting the already chronically ailing fiscal health of Democrat-run states and cities that are least positioned to recover any time soon, if at all.
The folks who promised "fundamental transformation" has truly outdone themselves, transforming itself in return to a destabilizing influence on our culture that targets assaults upon America’s basic understanding of itself.
California is wrecking it's electric grid. A 10-year-old natural gas power plant in California’s Inland Empire is being decommissioned this year — 20 to 30 years earlier than its planned lifespan.
Some families with school-age children are wondering if or when their kids will be able to get any sort of "normal" education experiences
The Obama-Biden administration-era regulations attempted to federalize nationwide control over zoning and land-use policies through greatly expanded interpretations of four obscure words in the original 1968 Fair Housing Act (FHA), namely calling for "affirmatively furthering fair housing."