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Afternoon TEA: Affordable Energy Made The Vaccine Possible

Did you know? We are all aware of the rapid development of the COVID-19 vaccine, but according to a recent article by Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Mark P. Mills, “One of the least noted aspects of that story is the carbon footprint associated with the vaccination ecosystem.” Medical researchers used powerful supercomputers to help design…

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Afternoon TEA: Costly Energy Schemes Could Squander All We’ve Accomplished

Did you know? Tomorrow, Americans in Georgia will make one final choice that will shape the upcoming course of the U.S. and its energy policies. So much is at stake. Set on the wrong course, American families could find themselves bearing the burden of short-sighted, costly and unrealistic energy policies that will squander all we…

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Afternoon TEA: Let’s Continue to Celebrate our Energy Independence in 2021!

Did you know? As we look back at all we have learned this year and then look forward to the new year to come, it is an appropriate time to consider America’s energy future. Over the last few years we have accomplished so much to establish America’s energy independence—providing us safe, reliable and affordable energy…

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Afternoon TEA: Natural Gas is Helping American Families Have Happier Holidays

Did you know? After a long and hard year, American families are looking forward to celebrating the holidays with their loved ones—even in the face of continued challenges. This is truly a time when an extra few dollars can make a family’s holiday that much more joyful. That’s why the option to choose affordable, American…

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Afternoon TEA: Prices of “Green” Energy Rare Earth Metals from China Soar

Did you know? Rare earth metals from China recently surged in price. The soaring prices are attributed to increased tensions between China and the U.S. and other developed nations, as well as a new Chinese law that allowed their government more controls over exports. Rare earths are necessary to build batteries and other technologies for…

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Afternoon TEA: One hundred percent renewable energy “defies the laws of physics”

Did you know? According to energy research group Wood Mackenzie, in order to adapt to the 100 percent renewable power grid called for in extreme schemes like the Green New Deal, some costly and nearly impossible feats of technology and infrastructure must be achieved: 1,600 gigawatts (GW) of wind and solar capacity—more than 11 times…

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Afternoon TEA: 500,000 Square Miles of Wind Turbines

Did you know? Currently, solar and wind energy only provide a small part of the electricity generated in the United States. However, those pushing extreme energy policies like the Green New Deal want to eliminate all our other affordable and abundant energy sources like natural gas. According to an analysis from The Heartland Institute, this…

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Afternoon TEA: American Families Shouldn’t Have to Pay for China’s Pollution

Did you know? The Green New Deal proposes a seemingly lofty goal of cutting U.S. emissions so that the world warms no more than 2.7 Degrees Fahrenheit by 2100. However, there is a catch—the U.S. already leads the world in emissions reductions and the rest of the globe would need to halve their emissions by…

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Afternoon TEA: The Green New Deal could cost you $700,000. For your and your loved ones’ sake learn how here.

Did you know? Most recent proposals out of Washington D.C. to overhaul American energy policy come with astronomical price tags for American families and businesses. For example, according to the American Action Forum, the Green New Deal could cost an average American household nearly $700,000 over the next decade. The Green New Deal’s overhaul of…

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Afternoon TEA: Natural Gas Will Save Money And Lives This Winter

Did you know?   According to predictions from the American Gas Association, the cost of natural gas could be as much as 71 percent lower than other home heating energy sources this winter. That’s savings that could make a huge difference for the nearly one-third of American households that struggle to pay their energy bills…

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