Tag: "wind power"

The “Inequality” of Federal Wind Energy Subsides Distribution

President Obama has been famously outspoken about “a dangerous and growing inequality” in our economy that has “jeopardized middle-class.” He was so adamant about our private sector’s misallocation of income away from a majority of Americans and towards a fortunate few that he proclaimed, “I believe this is the defining challenge of our time: making […]

Favoring Wind Power Endangers Birds and Bats

The Obama Administration has used subsidies and regulation to promote wind power. Yet the deaths of thousands of birds and bats from wind turbines, and the misappropriation of funds shows the danger of endless government subsidies and rules that are enforced only when they benefit certain industries. Wind turbines kill approximately 600,000 birds a year. […]

Green Jobs: Hope or Hype Redux

On the campaign trail in 2008, then-Senator Barack Obama announced a plan to create five million new “green collar” jobs. Since becoming president, he has repeatedly touted his support for green jobs; for instance, in his 2010 State of the Union address and Earth Day remarks on April 22, 2010. In addition, recent stimulus legislation […]