Jacki reviews election irregularities and legal action in the contested swing states.
1 hr 3 min
Which candidate promises energy dominance? What is the Trump record? Did he keep his promises? Will the U.S. continue to be an energy superpower after this election? Will your children and grandchildren need to deploy to foreign lands once again to secure a foreign energy supply? All this and more on this week's Jacki Daily Show.
1 hr 16 min
Ep 76 |Supreme Court Vacancy; ESG in the Boardroom; Jobs & the Election | Guests: John Malcolm, Mark Mix & Justin Danhof
John Malcolm, VP of the Institute for Constitutional Government and Director of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation, joins us to discuss the nomination of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Then, Justin Danhof, ESQ, General Counsel for the National Center for Policy Research, formerly of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, may be the lone American fighting ESG initiatives in the boardroom. He joins us to explain his advancement of pro-business resolutions and his view of why ESG is not what it seems. Finally, Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee, explains the consequences to American labor of Biden’s plan to re-enter the Paris Climate Agreement, as well as the split between traditional unions vs. government unions when it comes to energy issues like frac’ing and pipelines.
1 hr 26 min
Jacki reviews the newest release from one of her favorite authors, Daniel Yergin, entitled, “The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations.” Yergin is Chairman of IHS Markets, an oil historian and best known as the author of The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power, and The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World. Then, Jacki shares the historic news that Americans had their most prosperous year in half a century (2019) according to the Census Bureau’s newest report on income and poverty.
1 hr 13 min
Ep 74 | New Media Releases Change the Debate on Environmental Issues | Guests: Bjorn Lomborg & Marc Morano
Jacki interviews environmentalist Bjorn Lomborg, author of False Alarm: How Climate Change Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, & Fails to Fix the Planet. Then, Jacki speaks with Marc Morano, the number one ranked “climate contrarian” in the media according to a study in the journal Nature, whose new film, “Climate Hustle 2: The Rise of the Climate Monarchy” aims to expose Hollywood hypocrisy, financial corruption, kid’s classroom indoctrination and more. Finally, Jacki looks to Chuck DeVore of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Life:Powered Initiative to answer the question: Is climate change causing California wildfires and blackouts. This is a continuation of an earlier conversation with DeVore, this time pulling from decades of California history to show that in fact California’s problems are man-made, and entirely reversible.
1 hr 27 min
Daniel Turner, Founder of Power the Future, explains how the California blackouts are representative of the Biden-Harris agenda and the Green New Deal, and what can be done to improve California’ plight. Jacki explains the “Energy 101” videos from the Life:Powered Initiative at the Texas Public Policy Foundation and reviews former California Assemblyman Chuck DeVore’s deep dive into the California blackouts and high-speed rail. Jacki dispels fear with knowledge, debunking myths about renewable energy mandates, the environmental impact of cattle, and more. Finally, we take a look at the impact of “green” housing mandates on the homeless population.
1 hr 13 min
Ep 72 | The Future Is Bright For Our Environment; Rare Earths | Guests: Jason Isaac, Tom Pyle, Jim Litinsky
Do you have a friend, child or grandchild that fears for their future because of climate change media coverage? Perhaps even considering not having children? Jacki has the cure. She and Jason Isaac of the Life:Powered Initiative (TPPF) review the top six books on the truth about energy and environment that can turn the inquiring mind from fearful to hopeful for the future. Then, Tom Pyle, President of the American Energy Alliance, explains the energy policies of Trump and Biden and why energy and environment policy should factor into your choice of candidates. Jim Litinsky of MP Materials explains his company’s plans to make the U.S. a prolific producer of rare earth minerals, reducing our dependence on China.
1 hr 17 min
Jacki explains how we can know that Russia would never support President Trump, in 2016 or 2020. Spoiler alert: Russia lives and dies by the price of oil & gas, and Trump’s energy policy insures financial ruin for petro-states, while Biden promised to restrict Russia’s U.S. oil & gas competitors any way he can. Chuck DeVore, Director of National Initiatives at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, explains how California’s rolling blackouts are a hallmark feature of Kamala Harris’ favored energy policy. Jason Isaac of the Life:Powered Initiative (TPPF) explains the three reasons why U.S. energy dominance matters to you. Josiah Neeley, Senior Fellow in Energy at the R Street Institute, shares the true story of what appears to be the biggest bribery and money laundering scandal in Ohio’s history, and it is all about energy bailouts.
1 hr 31 min
Ep 70 | Tax Credits, New Electricity Tax, and Smart Activism | Guests: Wayne Christian, Bill Peacock, & Tyler Corder
Wayne Christian, Commissioner at the Texas Railroad Commission – arguably the top oil & gas regulatory body on earth – explains the opportunity for individuals and businesses to elect to cut checks for energy education rather than to Uncle Sam. Capital gains taxes may now be devoted to certain projects in exchange for a tax credit. Bill Peacock of the Energy Alliance explains Texas’ new “electricity tax,” which likely has come to a state near you. Tyler Corder of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Liberty Leadership Council explains why activists should be supporting - not opposing - pipelines as the green and safe choice for energy transport. Jacki reviews a new analysis from Life:Powered explaining the Biden energy policy, a near 180 degree turn from the current policy of U.S. energy dominance.
1 hr 24 min
Ep 69 | ESG Threatens Capitalism?; Goodwill Needs You; Allie’s Book | Guests: Rupert Darwall, Allie Beth Stuckey, & Tim Heis
Rupert Darwall of RealClear Foundation, and former Advisor to the U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, returns to the show to explain the war on U.S. oil and gas waged through ESG investment criteria, a movement that advocates divestment from fossil fuels and that Mr. Darwall describes as the greatest attack on capitalism since the New Deal. New research from TPPF’s Life:Powered initiative explains why it is impossible as of 2020 to power America on wind and solar power. Also, Life:Powered’s new analysis on a Biden energy policy. Then, Tim Heis, CEO of Goodwill Industries, explains the impact of COVID-19 policy on business and how you can help Goodwill to provide jobs to Americans with disabilities and those entering the workforce for the first time. Finally, my fellow BlazeMedia host, Allie Beth Stuckey, joins me this week to discuss her new book, You’re Not Enough, and That’s OK: Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love. Allie is the host of Blaze podcast, Relatable, and known on social media as TheConservativeMillenial. She explains why the younger generation’s decline in faith and patriotism - in lieu of being a God to oneself - can explain modern cancel-culture and the attack on free speech that impacts all political and cultural issues.
1 hr 27 min