Newspaper Articles – James M. Taylor, J.D.

Former Navy Officers Say Stop Saddling the Military with Renewables

The United States is blessed with abundant conventional energy resources that can power the private-sector economy and maximize national security, but the Obama administration is pursuing renewable

Wind Industry Study Shows Electricity Prices Skyrocketing In Wind Power States

A newly published paper by the American Wind Energy Association shows electricity prices are rising more than four times as fast as the national average in nine of the 11 states with the most wind

Comprehensive Report Documents Beneficial Impacts of Global Warming

The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change released a 1,063-page report documenting global warming’s beneficial impact on the biosphere.

EPA Tested Humans with ‘Lethal’ Pollutants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has experimentally subjected humans to pollutants the agency frequently claims are deadly, the EPA Inspector General’s Office reports.

Exceptionally Cold March Heads into the Record Books

Today marks the end of one of the coldest months of March in United States history.

Kansas Senate Passes Bill to Repeal Renewable Mandates

The Kansas Senate voted yesterday to repeal the state’s renewable power mandates.

Electric Automobiles Suffering Severe Range Reductions

Electric automobiles suffer dramatic reductions in battery life when air temperatures are either cold or hot, the American Automobile Association reports.