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We are inundated with news from everywhere, our social media, television, work, etc. The news about energy is often negative, that it’s [fill in the blank]. But the reality is, affordable and reliable energy is necessary for human flourishing. Energy powers our lives, from the moment we wake up, to the moment we go to bed, and even while we sleep—as the air conditioning or heat runs, etc.
Prosperity:Powered is the good news about energy. From condensing all that the news from the media to giving commentary, to explaining messaging tips on how to speak the positive instead of repeating the negative, Prosperity:Powered will be delivered to you once a week.
This will be a weekly newsletter that covers energy news, energy commentary, and messaging tips to help you communicate and persuade better!
Jason Isaac is Director of Life:Powered, a national initiative to raise America’s energy IQ. Jason has appeared live on Fox News and other national news shows, and his commentaries have been published in Fox News, Fox Business, The Hill, The Washington Examiner, The Daily Caller, and other publications. He is a regular contributor to The Epoch Times.
Prior to joining Life:Powered, Jason, a fourth-generation native Texan, was elected four times as the State Representative for Hays and Blanco counties in the Texas Hill Country. He served on the Energy Resources and Environmental Regulation committees, among others. During his eight years of service, he successfully passed legislation to reduce taxes, strengthen election integrity, improve public education, preserve Second Amendment rights, protect local groundwater, and protect private property rights.
He was repeatedly honored for his commitment to limited government and proved to be an effective leader, excelling at both advocating for conservative principles and working across the aisle to find responsible solutions for the future of the Lone Star State.
Jason is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and serves as a high school lacrosse coach. He lives in Hays County with his wife, Carrie, and two sons.