Real Clear World We are supposed to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump have a budding bromance, as it is called, because Trump made a few off-hand comments during the campaign.
Policy Reforms to Advance Innovation: A Project of National Affairs There are three broad and immutable trends that should anchor American energy policies in the realities of our 21st-century circumstances.
Real Clear Policy Let me start where Fred Krupp and I agree. We both want a more secure America, a vibrant economy and more jobs
Real Clear Policy Imagine it’s after Inauguration Day. The next president asks the staff of, say, the White House Science Office to come up with a strategy for a bipartisan energy policy for the post-campaign-promise period.
RealClearEnergy — Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have made the creation of so-called “energy jobs” a regular topic on the campaign trail. At a stop in Michigan, Clinton asserted that America could become a “clean energy superpower … and create millions of jobs.” Trump, at a Pennsylvania rally in coal and shale country, proposed “an energy revolution, and that means a lot of jobs, especially for this area.”
360 Review Magazine — What do Marilyn Monroe, President Ronald Reagan and Grand Forks, North Dakota, have in common? For the cognoscenti of historical coincidences and convergences, the answer is drones.