Biden Administration Bans Northern Minnesota Cobalt Mining In Gift To China

Beijing Biden has struck once again! Aiding countries like China while continuing to cripple his so-called transition to (ahem) clean energy. The Biden administration on Thursday said it will establish a 20-year moratorium on mining upstream from Minnesota‚Äôs¬†Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a vast preserve of lakes and woods that has been at the center… Read More Biden Administration Bans Northern Minnesota Cobalt Mining In Gift To China

Beijing Biden To Shut Down Alaska Mine, Scuttles “Clean Energy” Agenda

The Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay Alaska is at risk for closure thanks to a proposed EPA rule that would ban the mine from disposing of waste material in Bristol Bay citing harm to the nearby sock-eye salmon fishermen industry which is reportedly booming. Consequently, not only would the mine be forced to close, but… Read More Beijing Biden To Shut Down Alaska Mine, Scuttles “Clean Energy” Agenda

Non-Partisan Study Predicts Biden Boondoggle Bailout Will Increase Inflation Over Two Years

According to The Center Square, the so-called Inflation Reduction Act not only raises taxes on large businesses but enables the IRS to conduct more audits that will target small businesses and middle class families. Despite Democrat denials, even middle class families can be bankrupted by the costs of going through an audit even though they… Read More Non-Partisan Study Predicts Biden Boondoggle Bailout Will Increase Inflation Over Two Years

How China Benefits From “Clean Energy” Due To Cobalt Mining in Congo

This excellent ABC (Australia Broadcast Corporation) News report from February bluntly shows many Congo citizens (including children) work in hazardous cobalt mines that extract the metal for Chinese manufacturers who make so-called clean energy products for virtue signalling western elites. The New York Times reported around the same time that ABC‘s report was broadcast this… Read More How China Benefits From “Clean Energy” Due To Cobalt Mining in Congo

Renewable Projects May Be On Hold Due To Metal Shortages

Supply chain problems, shortages, and rising prices are affecting the economy across the board, and base metals used for the workings of so-called green energy boondoggles are not immune. The price of nickel, for example, is a component for electric batteries and its market price is soaring. Ironically enough, Russia is its main supplier. From… Read More Renewable Projects May Be On Hold Due To Metal Shortages