Marita Noon

Marita Noon, the author of Energy Freedom, is executive director of Energy Makes America Great Inc. and the companion educational organization, Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE). She hosts the weekly radio program America’s Voice for Energy, which expands on the content of her weekly column.

My Work Here Is Finished

 

For the past decade, I have been dedicated to fighting bad energy policies. My efforts began in New Mexico, where the organizations I lead are based and expanded to focus on national issues. When I accepted the executive director position on January 1, 2007, New Mexico had an anti-energy governor and America had a pro-energy […]

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America Needs to Use More Energy, Not Less

 

During the 2016 election, both candidates promised to bring manufacturing back to the U.S. Donald Trump made the recovery of jobs lost to China and Mexico a cornerstone of his campaign. Hillary Clinton’s website stated: “While too many politicians and experts in Washington gave up on American manufacturing, Hillary never did.” “The rhetoric,” reports US […]

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Haiti Needs Electricity, So Hillary Gave It a Sweatshop

 

Until Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti nearly a month ago, on October 4, the impoverished island country was out of the headlines — pushed aside by election news. But new emails, which were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the Republican National Committee and then shared with ABC News, and made public on October […]

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Get Ready to Break Wind

 

If Hillary Clinton becomes our next president, one of the changes you can expect is an invasion of industrial wind development in your community that has the potential to severely damage your property values, ruin the viewshed, impact your sleep patterns, and cause your electricity rates to “necessarily skyrocket” — all thanks to your tax […]

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Private Fracker Hillary

 

One of the recent WikiLeaks email dumps revealed some interesting things about hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. (This enhanced drilling technology is a big part of America’s new era of energy abundance.) First, they add to the growing question about what Hillary Clinton really believes: her public comments, or her private positions? Regarding fracking, […]

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OPEC Pecks Away

 

At the end of September, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) surprised the markets by agreeing to a production cut. As soon as the 14-nation deal was announced, oil prices jumped more than 5 percent to some of the highest levels since the crash two years ago. The proposed output cap is historic and […]

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Striking Down Obama’s Climate Legacy Has Its Day in Court

 

President Obama’s flagship policy on climate change had its day in court on September 27. The international community is closely watching; most Americans, however, are unaware of the historic case known as the Clean Power Plan (CPP) — which according to David Rivkin, one of the attorneys arguing against it, “is not just to reduce […]

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The Democrats’ Buffalo Billion Fraud and Bribery Scheme

 

When New York’s Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo gushed over SolarCity’s new solar panel factory in Buffalo, New York, the audience, likely, didn’t grasp the recently revealed meaning of his words: “It is such a metaphor — a symbol of everything we’re doing.” The 1.2 million square foot building, being built by the state of New […]

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Trump Should Blame Obama for Ford’s Move to Mexico

 

Ford Motor Company made headlines on September 9 when, during an investor conference, CEO Mark Fields told attendees that it will invest $1.6 billion to build a manufacturing plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and will move all of its small car production there during the next two to three years. The announcement was hardly […]

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Is Fracking Causing Earthquakes?

 

People in seven states, from South Dakota to Texas, were awakened Saturday morning, September 3, by Oklahoma’s most powerful earthquake in recorded history. The 5.8 tremor was centered near Pawnee, OK. Several buildings sustained minor damage and there were no serious injuries. That we know. What we don’t know is what caused the quake — […]

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