Time to get them off our gravy train

Greg Walcher, President of the Natural Resources Group, lauds the recent decision by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to end two decades of the scurrilous "sue-and-settle" scam run by EPA for the benefit of environmentalist plaintiffs and the policies some EPA officials wanted but could not get regulatory authority to accomplish.

By |2017-12-24T02:16:16+00:00December 24th, 2017|Environment, Guest Insights|Comments Off on Time to get them off our gravy train

Brexit borrows July 4th significance

Americans from all fifty states have an opportunity in November to follow the lead of their British cousins and vote against an aggressive, unaccountable centralized regulatory government whose diktats appear to be focused on the assertion of power rather than on improving the environment, the economy, or any other claimed societal ill. They also have a chance to slow or reverse immigration and jobs policies that cause direct harm to American workers, instead favoring legal and illegal immigrants who are beholden to the anti-liberty central government for their good fortune.

By |2016-07-04T15:38:27+00:00July 4th, 2016|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Brexit borrows July 4th significance

Billionaire’s Club funds climate crisis propaganda

An elite club of old and new money billionaires has created a subterranean, interlocking network of nonprofit organizations, foundations, and government bureaucrats to control both the funding and the "spin" on high-level environmental topics, including climate change. Even if they do not succeed in shutting down the energy industry (and more), their efforts provide a stiff headwind against human progress.

By |2016-05-23T15:19:01+00:00May 23rd, 2016|CFACT Insights|1 Comment

The Ex-Im Bank: By doing nothing, Congress sides with taxpayers and basic market principles

The Export Import Bank should not be reauthorized, says CFACT advisor Marita Noon. First, because the big businesses who profit the most -- including foreign companies -- do not need the help. second, because small businesses can be aided in much better ways.

By |2015-06-08T15:46:26+00:00June 8th, 2015|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on The Ex-Im Bank: By doing nothing, Congress sides with taxpayers and basic market principles