Why Clinton is the biggest hypocrite in the race when it comes to ethanol, an expensive, environmentally destructive fuel that benefits Iowa’s powerful corn lobby.
Robert Bryce, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, is the author, most recently, of Power Hungry: The Myths of “Green” Energy and the Real Fuels of the Future.
Forget about the fight in Washington—the pipeline might not make economic sense anymore.
Claims about going “beyond coal” are greatly exaggerated. Robert Bryce reports.
Energy Independence is a Bi-Partisan Myth. Robert Bryce debunks.
The bankruptcy of A123 shows the perils of industrial policy. Robert Bryce reports.
Could you survive on a single dollar a day? That’s what two U.S. college students attempted in rural Guatemala, and their experience—complete with fleabites and giardia—was filmed for the new documentary Living on One.
Political parties won’t confront harmful subsidy. Robert Bryce breaks down the electoral reasons why.
Obama and the GOP keep pushing nuclear power, but for all their money and rhetoric, their proposals were doomed even before Japan. Robert Bryce on how natural gas killed domestic reactors.
The defender of the environment now admits ethanol was a mistake. Will Congress heed his advice and end the corn industry's $7 billion subsidy when it expires this month?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s midterm election victory comes with a hefty price tag, argues Robert Bryce, thanks to the president's plan for storing nuclear waste.