I've got 99 problems, and most could be solved with...
Affordable and reliable energy
Have you ever heard of a problem that just seems so big you can’t do anything about it, like the reality of global poverty that includes 3.3 billion people who don’t have access to the amount of energy required to power an American refrigerator?
Yep, overwhelming. But there’s really something you can do to help solve global energy poverty.
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It starts with educating people. That’s why we have this newsletter, social media accounts (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter), and our website. It’s also why I’ve started my own Substack (you can subscribe here). You can help us raise America’s energy IQ and help the public make the connection between affordable, reliable energy and human flourishing.
You can also help us spread the word about the reality of electric vehicles: that they enable child and forced labor in the Democratic Republic of Congo. I wrote about it more here!
China’s real motives for investing in "green energy" 🔎
TPPF’s Chief of National Initiatives, Chuck DeVore, was interviewed for Fox Digital on China’s real motives for investing in "green energy".
"The Biden administration, and frankly too many politicians in DC, continue to see China as a partner and as a country to invest money in to try to enrich themselves with."
The problem? China doesn't care about climate change. Climate change "is merely a device" to gain more power in the West.
Watch the video by clicking here.
This week’s Messaging Tip: Why “Green Energy” belongs in quotations
How rare earths are made in the developing world is anything but green (referenced above). While the left perpetuates the idea that “green energy” is “clean energy”. We don’t have to and we shouldn’t because it is neither!