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"Suspected" is American language for no hard evidence. The Americans are so eager to fire sanctions, evidence does not really matter. On the other hand, Israel is either committing mass murder or genocide, whatever you want to call it. What Americans believe is evidence is penal labor, which is a legitimate punishment as much as prisoners making state license plates. Chinese actually punish their criminals and discipline their citizens for bad behavior. Unlike the American justice system that treat their hardened criminals gently and humanely as possible as to not cause duress or discomfort. The stereotypical American criminal has a decade long rap sheet of crimes. American death penalty is so rare, you're more likely going to die from a car crash than being on death row. If they land death row, they spend decades living their lives reflecting on the good times. That is the incompetent American justice system. Their justice system is so bad, they have no idea what to do to lower crime other than don't prosecute crime. Look how El Salvador is made safe by leaps and bounds that the current leader has an 80-90 percent approval. G.I. Joe is lucky if he reaches 45%. That is competent leadership.

Amoxtli ,

Apparently, researcher doesn't understand comparative advantage.

Amoxtli OP ,

Mexicans stoled the land from Spain. Mexicans did not until the Spaniards created them and made them Catholic.

Amoxtli ,

Be sure to check if there is a Russian, or Chinese person, or Iranian person, under your bed before you go to sleep tonight. Be safe, my friend.

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"With the growth of renewables, the retirement of base load fossil-fired generation and the dependence on renewables, on days renewables are not showing up, it's going to be very pricey," said Amperon CEO Kelly.

It is federal policies that are undermining industry growth. Wind and solar are not industrial scale energy. Texas does not need these renewables. California is benefitting because of the heavy rainstorms which power their electric dams. What you get with solar and wind is expensive energy because the backup energy will not have a fixed volume of supply, those power plants have to be in standby, not making profits, and when they do come online, it is spot market distribution. The problem is the Federal Government, that is pushing the market into malicious investment. I am not against wind and solar, but they are no replacement for base load energy. If you hear otherwise, then you are consuming propaganda. Base energy generates revenues by constant generation. Germany is an example of what renewables will do; renewables deindustrializes an economy. Considering the unpredictable nature, it is questionable whether building transmission lines just for these energy types is really all that worth it.

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There are no omissions regarding fossil fuels; we all know they pollute. Omissions are in the renewable energy news media. They tell you all the positive sides of wind and solar, and none of the negatives. That is propaganda, the very definition of the word; typical of Western news media.

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Certainly, but Texas is mostly Cfa, humid subtropical; it isn't always clear skies in Texas. Texas does get a lot of cloudy skies. There is a reason why solar and wind have climate recommendations; that is for maximizing reliability. I just don't think that solar power from West Texas and wind from the Texas panel handle going all the way to the population centers and the population core of Texas is worth it. Activist claim solutions, but they are comprises, not solutions. I support regional grids that take advantage of their own strengths. Northwest Texas and the panhandle should take advantage of wind energy for their own consumption. It is costly to export the energy. This is true of exports in general consumer standard of living; it is better for Texans, and Americans to consume their own energy, than it is to export., because it is cheaper Especially, when you have a federal government that has economic sanctions on fungible commodity and now puts the responsibility on supplying more oil and natural gas due to artificial supply restrictions.

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California electricity prices now second-highest in United States - https://www.sfchronicle.com/california/article/electricity-price-rate-pge-19429422.php

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Texas politicians need to get over the hurdle of "NIMBY" with the voters. They need to somehow circumvent the voter or get sneaky with legislation that relaxes zoning laws statewide.

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It should not be a paywall on first visit to the website. I just tested on another browser and I received none.

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