Jonathan Gillman
Jonathan Gillman
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Where Solyndra Went Wrong, and How it Harmed All Energy Development

On the one-year anniversary of the company's collapse, a look at how the company has harmed American energy security.

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Barack Obama Can Do Little to Ease High Gas Prices

There is little the President can do to meaningfully decrease gasoline prices over a significant time period.
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The Green Dream

The Obama administration's energy policy has been laudable in its goals, but completely out of touch with reality.
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Shale Gas: A Geopolitical Game Changer

There are other concerns to consider in the debate about shale gas aside from the environment and economics, mainly global influence.
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The French Connection: Why the U.S. is Involved in Libya

Through the UN Security Council, European nations dependent on Libyan oil were cleverly able to push a reluctant Obama administration into leading the war effort in Libya.
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Middle East Revolts and the World Energy Supply

Tunisia's fall is akin to Bear Sterns and Egypt's to Lehman Brothers. If turmoil continues, will the U.S. bail out Saudi Arabia because it is 'too big to fail' in the global oil market?

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In the Debate Over Climate Policy, What About Energy Security?

In the debate over energy policy, reducing carbon emissions and greening the economy often conflicts with energy security. And, the security of our energy supply is a national security issue.
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Finding Energy Policies That Work

Environmentalists have unrealistic expectations and propose unrealistic policies. The challenge for everyone in the energy debate is to find good and pragmatic policies that will actually work.
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Offsetting Naiveté: Coming to Terms with Environmental Realism

Environmentalists need a dose of realism: most Americans place short-term economic progress above our long-term climate problem. We should not waste resources on restoring the climate.