Robert Bryce

Robert Bryce, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, is the author, most recently, of Power Hungry: The Myths of "Green" Energy and the Real Fuels of the Future.

Science
Feb. 20 2013 10:56 AMIs the Keystone XL Pipeline Worth Getting Arrested For?While opponents protest, oil companies turn to railroads.
Science
May 29 2012 6:00 AMThe Coal Hard FactsEnvironmentalists fervently wish for the end of coal. Here’s why it can’t be replaced anytime soon.
Future Tense
Oct. 14 2011 7:20 AMDon’t Count Oil OutAlternative energies won’t replace oil, gas, and coal anytime soon.
Moneybox
June 10 2010 12:14 PMThe Ethanol TrapThe oil blowout will mean more subsidies for the corn-fuel industry. That's bad news for consumers.
Moneybox
May 15 2008 3:24 PMGasoline Is CheapFour dollars a gallon is outrageous! We should be paying much more.
Hey, Wait A Minute
July 19 2005 8:12 AMCorn DogThe ethanol subsidy is worse than you can imagine.
Food
July 31 2012 7:01 PMFood as FuelThis summer’s drought highlights the madness of the government’s ethanol mandates.
Politics
April 25 2012 4:33 PMObama’s Oil BlindnessAmerica has the most creative and efficient oil industry in the world. Why doesn’t the president understand that?
Green Room
Aug. 16 2010 1:38 PMBlown in the WindThe U.S. should stop wasting billions to subsidize unreliable wind energy projects.
Green Room
Nov. 12 2008 6:55 AMThe Corn Isn't GreenThe real reason ethanol won't—and can't—cut American oil imports.
Hey, Wait A Minute
June 26 2007 3:09 PMThe Great Corn ConThe Senate's preposterous new ethanol bill.
Hey, Wait A Minute
Jan. 25 2005 9:10 AMAs Green as a NeoconWhy Iraq hawks are driving Priuses.