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Chuck DeVore: Biden's border crisis – Texas may have to defend itself. Here's why

The world wants to come to America and many in America – at least in the Biden administration and the Chamber of Commerce – want the world to come. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the Texas-Mexico border, where the surge of would-be immigrants has completely overwhelmed the Border Patrol and local law enforcement. If current trends continue, more than 3 million people may stream into the U.S. by year-end, threatening Americans with lost jobs and crime.
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Pain at the Pump: TPPF’s Chuck DeVore on Tucker Carlson Tonight

What’s going on with gas prices? Poor public policy is to blame. Chuck DeVore, Vice President of National Initiatives, joined Tucker Carlson to discuss ​the soaring cost of oil and gas and the connection to Joe Biden’s plans to undermine America’s energy independence. Higher energy costs are a feature, not a bug, of our Green New Deal future.
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Chuck DeVore: Texas' blackouts – here's the truth about why they happened and what we have to do next

As Texas entered a deep freeze on Feb. 14, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio broke seven record lows over three days. Ice-laden trees snapped power lines. Wind turbines ground to a halt while some reliable natural gas, coal and nuclear plants failed to get energy to the grid. Electricity demand hit an all-time high – but the supply wasn’t available, plunging some four million Texans into the cold and darkness.
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Chuck Devore on Texas blackouts and renewable energy

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Nearly 3.4 million utility customers around the U.S. were still without power Wednesday in the aftermath of a winter storm that overwhelmed power grids and another blast of snow and ice threatened to impede the efforts to restore service. More than two dozen people have died...