• John Locke Update

    PURPA Rules Change Could Help Electricity Consumers

    posted December 9, 2019 by Jon Sanders
    A pending major federal rule change could create a positive change for people’s electricity bills. That could be good news, especially for North Carolinians. This fall, the Federal Energy Regulatory…
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    The Unacknowledged Costs of Wind Farms

    posted December 3, 2019 by Nick Wilkinson
    As applications for wind farms are expected to increase, the debate over the costs and benefits of these facilities will continue.  The debate should be informed by experiences and data…
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    Keeping Zero-Emissions, Low-Cost Nuclear Power Saves Lives

    posted November 11, 2019 by Jon Sanders
    Here in North Carolina, in this century, per-capita carbon dioxide emissions from energy generation are down over 50 percent. We are witnessing falling emissions even as we are one…
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    The Green Real Deal: Cheap, Plentiful Natural Gas from Fracking

    posted March 26, 2019 by Jon Sanders
    Sen. Bernie Sanders recently called climate change “an existential threat” and blamed it for last weekend’s deadly Alabama tornadoes. Gov. Roy Cooper testified before Congress that climate change…
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    Green New Deal Relies On Threat Or Use Of Government Force

    posted February 25, 2019 by Dr. Roy Cordato
    As the specifics (and many of the absurd objectives) of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal (GND) have come to light, the common refrain from Democrats who support it is…
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    Year of Research Aimed at Improving Every Person’s Life

    posted December 13, 2018 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    This is the 33rd and final research newsletter of 2018.  What a year it has been! Publishing a hardcore policy newsletter every week would not be possible without a team…
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    Caroling Carolina for Holly Jolly Follies

    posted December 13, 2018 by Jon Sanders
    Here Comes Incentives Clause Here comes incentives clause Jacked way up because That’s what “big boys” expect. It’s just a plum deal Plumb unnecessary “Playing Santa” cronyism dreck.

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