Author: Brad Schaeffer

Greg Gutfeld: The New Undisputed King Of Late Night

What late night comedian/talk-show host routinely brings in more total viewership than Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert? Who routinely attracts an average of over 2 million night after night, including the 25-54 demographic so highly coveted by advertisers? The answer is none other than Greg Gutfeld. Since the end of Letterman, Leno, Conan, …

For Once, Something Really Is “Worse Than Watergate”  

Washington D.C., June, 1972: Five men are caught breaking into the Democrat National Committee headquarters while attempting to remove planted listening devices. Although at the time this was a minor story of a simple breaking and entering, two diligent reporters from the Washington Post — Robert Woodward and Carl Bernstein — believed there was more to …

When MAD And Megalomania Intersect In The Nuclear Age

We are living in the most extraordinary and dangerous of times, while trying to navigate through waters we have yet to begin charting with any accuracy or confidence. The entire story of the human race can be divided into two periods, a true before and after, and that dividing line can be precisely delineated down …

Joe Biden, Israel, And The Iranian Mullahs

While Washington shifts its attention to other matters, the Israelis continue to cast a wary eye towards Iran. This October in D.C., Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met with Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullha bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Afterward, Lapid repeated earlier warnings that “Iran is becoming …

John Madden: The Man Who Will Forever Be Football

John Madden, the Super Bowl-winning coach of the then Oakland Raiders and iconic color sportscaster whose name is practically synonymous with the NFL, has passed away at the age of 85. His folksy style of commentary endeared him to a generation of football fans, and then his eponymous line of video games made him literally …

China’s Next Step Toward World Domination

I deal in energy for the same reason I would have otherwise gone into medicine. Because, like healthcare, people will go without a lot of other extras before sacrificing electricity, fuel, transportation, heat/ac, etc. Nations are no different. As I have said many times, the history of 20th Century warfare has been inextricably intertwined with the drive …

How Hurricane Ida Showed The Value Of America’s Energy Boom

Sixteen years ago Hurricane Katrina came barreling like a 350-mile-wide freight train into the Gulf Coast. In addition to the tragic loss of over 1,800 souls and the cost of property damage and other economic impacts estimated at $150 billion, the storm was a major event for the United States’ energy market, especially natural gas. […]