Podcasts

Power Hour: “I Had a Green Job” with Deborah Sloan

Want to know what a “Green Job” is really like? Then you absolutely must hear this week’s episode of Power Hour, where Deborah Sloan shares some shocking details about what President Obama’s favorite economic project is really like. [audio:http://industrialprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Episode-21-Green-Jobs-with-Deborah-Sloan.mp3] Download Episode 21 – Green Jobs with Deborah Sloan Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes

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Power Hour: The Dangers of NOT Fracking

Hydraulic fracturing also known as frac’ing or fracking is the most important energy issue this election year. Want to know why? Listen to this week’s Power Hour episode, “The Dangers of Not Fracking” with CIP Researcher and oil industry professional David Biederman. Media coverage of fracking has led many to believe that it is a […]

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Power Hour: How to Think About Energy Issues Part 2

This week’s Power Hour is Part 2 of “How to Think About Energy Issues.” In this episode I cover questions about nuclear power, a controversial new oil extraction technique, and even the connection between energy and ObamaCare! Also, listen to the whole thing to hear new details about CIP’s flagship project, “The Industrial Encyclopedia.” [audio: […]

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Power Hour: How to Think About Energy Issues Part 1

I am out of town for this week and next–way out of town, all the way in Turkey–so I’m going solo for two episodes, answering listener questions (submit on my Facebook page) with a focus on how to think about energy issues. This week’s episode is about 45 minutes, and focuses on thinking about the […]

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Power Hour: The War on Coal with Marlo Lewis

On this week’s Power Hour, Marlo Lewis of the Competitive Enterprise Institute breaks down the war against the world’s fastest growing source of energy: coal. [audio: http://industrialprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Power-Hour-War-on-Coal.mp3] Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes Power Hour War on Coal

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Power Hour: Pierre Desrochers on The Locavore’s Dilemma

On the latest edition of Power Hour, author and geographer Pierre Desrochers discusses his (amazing) new book, The Locavore’s Dilemma. Dr. Desrochers tells fascinating story after fascinating story about how global, industrial agriculture is essential to life, and how the “local,” anti-industrial food movement is a threat to it. Make sure to share this episode […]

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Power Hour: Robert Bradley on Our Energy Resources

Power Hour is now weekly, and we kick off our first weekly episode with energy guru Robert L. Bradley, Jr, CEO of the Institute for Energy Research, Editor of the MasterResource energy blog, and expert on the history, economics, and philosophy of energy resources. On this episode, Bradley and I discuss the apocalyptic predictions of […]

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The Fallacy of “Energy Independence” — Robert Bryce on The Best of Power Hour

Robert Bryce is the author of Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of Energy Independence. In this installment of The Best of Power Hour, Bryce explains what’s wrong with the notion of “Energy Independence.” [audio: http://industrialprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/RB-on-Energy-Independence.mp3] Download and Save: The Fallacy of “Energy Independence” with Robert Bryce Want more great guests like Robert Bryce on […]

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Bryce and Epstein Refute America’s “Addiction to Oil”

The latest installment of The Best of Power Hour features an excerpt from our February 2011 show with Robert Bryce, the leading free-market energy author today. We discuss the difference between trade for oil and “dependence” on foreign oil, and what’s wrong with the expression “addiction to oil.” [audio: http://industrialprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Bryce-Epstein-on-Addiction.mp3] Download and Save: Is America […]

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Understanding the Green Menace: Robert Zubrin’s Merchants of Despair

In his latest Master Resource post, Alex Epstein reviews Robert Zubrin’s newest book, “Merchants of Despair: Radical Environmentalists, Criminal Pseudo-Scientists, and the Fatal Cult of Antihumanism”.  One of Zubrin’s messages in the book is that it is critical to human progress that we understand the lessons of history. As Alex states: “If the public understands […]

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