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Are the Young Truly Green?; Another Innocent Man Walks Free |Guests: Maj. Galvin, R. Ness
Maj. Fred Galvin (USMC – Ret.) is an innocent man! And all of America needs to know his story. After being put through the longest trial in marine corps history, he and his men were found not guilty of alleged war crimes against the Taliban – accusations brought against him by his own top brass leadership and the media during a presidential election cycle. As is seen with strict-liability absurd environmental crimes, or the persecution of citizens for exercising free speech or attending school board meetings, these true stories show the lawfare that the most courageous, patriotic Americans have been made to endure of late. Maj. Galvin tells his twelve-year saga and how he emerged triumphant against the top military leaders who unleashed 49 investigators to ruin the lives of the marines who fought their way out of a two-sided ambush. If you are facing an IRS audit or other adverse action, this story and Maj. Galvin’s book are for you: A Few Bad Men: The True Story of U.S. Marines Ambushed in Afghanistan and Betrayed in America. This is a David and Goliath story that should encourage all Americans. Spoiler alert: Maj. Galvin reveals why he is confident that one of his former accusers will run for president in 2024. - - - - - Then, Ron Ness, Director of the North Dakota Petroleum Council and Director of Council for a Secure America, explains that the youngest generation is the most addicted to fossil fuels due to the incessant use of “devices” such as cell phones, PCs, and modern convenience. He suggests we begin an intergenerational dialogue, asking them: “What are you prepared to give up for climate change?” Translating aspirational talk into action could be instructive. - - - - - Jacki suggests that the way to get through to millennials and Gen Z with straight talk about climate change policy is to appeal to the need to save the 1.2 billion people who live in extreme poverty and poor health due to energy poverty; fossil fuels and nuclear energy saves lives, and the crisis is now – not in the distant future. Jacki reviews the energy poverty research of Lakshman Guruswamy in the Belmont Law Review.
COP27; Fixing the Oil & Gas Image Problem | Guests: C. Rucker, E. Wald, PhD
Craig Rucker, co-founder and President of CFACT joins Jacki to give a debrief of the action at COP27, the latest U.N. climate conference (Sharm-al-Sheik, Egypt…which some have dubbed “Sharm-al-Shakedown”). CFACT has attended 24 of 27 international climate conferences and Rucker tells of witnessing a distinct metamorphosis from what was once an activist-driven science conference to what he says is a corporate laden, dollar-chasing extravaganza. Sideshows include activists’ attempt at re-enacting Moses’ historic event on Mt. Sinai, but in this case breaking stone tablets, and announcing a new “10 Principles” of environmental mandates for the world’s religious community. - - - - - Then, Dr. Ellen Wald, author of Saudi, Inc., joins Jacki to celebrate the launch of her new energy advocacy advisory firm, Washington Ivy Advisors. The mission is to teach oil and gas producers to stand up for themselves and tell the lifesaving, war-preventing news about robust oil and gas production.
The Woking Dead; Debunking Claims of Climate Death | Guest: AJ Rice
Author A.J. Rice joins Jacki to talk up the release of this book, The Woking Dead: How Society’s Vogue Virus Destroys Our Culture. Rice explains how the woke battalions in government, academia, Hollywood, sports and media took over and what you can do to defend yourself and your Constitution. Rice is a star-whisperer who has produced many influential voices on major networks and who writes for scores of major publications. - - - - - Jacki reviews Bjorn Lomborg’ work that debunks the claim of a 68% rise in heat deaths among geriatrics. In fact, there has been a great decline in overall climate deaths because of plummeting cold-related deaths. Fallacies in prominent academic research are exposed.
Why We are Running Low on Diesel; Tribute to Dr. Peter Pry | Guests: J. Isaac, Dr. P. Pry
Diesel, gasoline, and other fuel prices are through the roof. Jason Isaac of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Life:Powered Program explains how the dollars raised for North American oil and gas funds have plummeted 94% in seven years! Why? Because of the ESG movement that aims to defund American fossil fuels, leaving OPEC, Russia, and others to pick up our market share, forcing dependence once again on hostile countries - - - - - Jacki gives a heartfelt tribute to Dr. Peter Pry, the man who has probably done more to secure the U.S. electric grid from both natural and manmade disasters than any other American. After leaving the CIA, he led the Congressional EMP Commission and finally succeeded in getting the necessary federal law in place to protect the grid from attack; yet if he were alive, he would exhort us to not get comfortable – there is much work left to do. The country lost a great patriot with his recent passing. Jacki plays the last interview she did with Dr. Pry, not knowing that it would be the last. RIP.
The History and Recent Comeuppance of the ESG Movement | Guests: J. Sammon, E. Peck
Joan Sammon, founder of OG-360, a boutique consulting firm for the oil and gas industry reviews the history of the ESG movement in her series, “The Malign Genesis of ESG” – (Parts 1, 2, and 3). - - - - - Jacki shares her thoughts on Biden’s plan to further drain the strategic petroleum reserve (it is not clear how tanking poll numbers constitutes an “emergency” for which our strategic reserves should be tapped) and Biden’s demand that oil companies cut profits. - - - - - Ethan Peck of the Free Enterprise Project at the National Center for Public Policy Research explains why the tide has turned on the ESG movement, with states pulling their pension funds and other investments out of firms that divest from fossil fuels. States will no longer tolerate playing politics with pensioners’ and taxpayers’ money.
Uncle Tom 2; Saving Whales; Civility | Guests: C. Jackson & J. Malone, C. Johnson, M. Guzman
Chad Jackson and Justin Malone discuss their new film, Uncle Tom II, a sequel to Uncle Tom, unveiling the ways that radical, centrist ideologies clothe themselves with a thin civil rights façade and in the process erase the achievements of minority communities in history. Even efforts to centralize government power and redistribute wealth to supposedly battle climate change has become a “racial” issue. - - - - - Collister Johnson of CFACT reveals the new plan to save the Right Whale of the eastern seaboard which has very narrowly avoided extinction. - - - - - Liberal Seattle journalist Monica Guzman shares insights from her book I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times that you can use to have difficult conversations with those who do not share your views on controversial issues. Friends and family relationships can be saved without compromising principle. Understanding can be achieved.
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