Reaching new audiences on energy
This week, Center of the American Experiment kicked off a campaign to reach out to new audiences with our radio ads on Minnesota’s rising cost of energy. The radio ads…
During the Democrat debate on Sunday, March 15, 2020, between Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice-President Joe Biden, Vice-President Biden stated that he would allow “no new fracking,” and touted his role in spending $90 billion on the solar industry as part of the Obama administration’s stimulus package.
While the Biden campaign is reportedly trying to walk back this claim, stating that the former Vice-President misspoke, no one can know for sure what Mr. Biden meant, but we can know a fracking ban would have a devastating impact on the American economy, increase the cost of energy, reduce our national security, and probably increase greenhouse gas emissions.
I detail each of these points, and how they pertain to Minnesota, at the links below (more to come).
Part One: What is Fracking?
Part Two: Devastating Economic Impacts
Part Three: A $3,000 Pain at the Pump for Minnesota Families
Part Four: Holy $1,325 Heating Bill Increase, Batman!
Part Six: Impossibly Expensive Electricity
Part Seven: Rising Greenhouse Gas Emissions
You can watch the exchange between Mr. Sanders and Mr. Biden below: