Michael C. Lynch
Articles by Michael C. Lynch
The trouble with science is the way ideologues wield it.
What is needed is not the subsidization of renewables, but better and cheaper technology.
Any product requiring government aid is not commercially competitive.
Fracking is proving to have enormous economic benefits, and calling a halt to it because some artists with little understanding of policy analysis would be absurd.
Gradual progress can be encouraged by government mandates, but breakthroughs do not obey the whims of politicians.
Both the costs and benefits must be weighed when considering a recommendation not to export natural gas.
There should be a bipartisan investigation into the rationalization of our energy regulatory system.
The government and environmental allies shouldn't try to strong arm people into consuming renewable energy.
At the end of the day, marketing can't make consumers buy a car they don't want.
Politicians have a tendency to ignore policy proposals unless there is an energy crisis.