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Last Wednesday I attended the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s 24th annual dinner in Washington at which Czech President Vaclav Klaus was given the Julian Simon award and delivered the keynote address “Is Schumpeter’s Vision of the End of Capitalism Relevant?” Klaus received rousing a standing ovation when CEI’s Fred Smith introduced him and again at the… » read more

Posted by Eric Grover

William Tucker’s “The Case for Terrestrial (a.k.a. Nuclear) Energy” is a thoughtful discussion of our energy alternatives and powerful case for: (1) taking a cue from the French, and aggressively adopting clean, reliable nuclear power, and (2) using sustainable, fast-breeder reactor technology. To my great surprise and delight Tucker is an alumnus of my doctrinaire… » read more

Posted by Eric Grover

The EC declares portentously “Climate change is one of the greatest environmental, social and economic threats facing the planet.” Surely a clarion call for action. Global-warming theology has been embraced by a great many of Western Europe’s and America’s secular elites. Its adherents hold as articles of faith: (1) the Earth is warming, (2) a… » read more

Posted by Eric Grover