Susan Kochevar, owner of historic 88 Drive-In, relays her experience working with church officials and Tri-County Health to have Easter Services at the drive-in. Ludicrous that government, through non-elected bureaucrats, “lets us” or “allows us” to have a church service or run a business. In Susan’s case, although verbal agreement was given, Tri-County Health never responded to repeated requests for written confirmation. This resulted in no services. Another example of “drunk on power.”
Daniel Turner, founder of Power the Future, represents the individuals on the front lines of the oil and gas industry in America. Their voices need to be heard as they literally “power the economy.” Daniel calls for continued energy dependence in America, especially now as geopolitics are interfering with current crude oil prices. Daniel highlights the hypocrisy of highly visible politicians like Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. Sanders leads the environmental radical left agenda in proposed policies yet he has three homes and spent $1 million per quarter in private jet travel while campaigning. Energy drives all of our economy and it is essential that we push back on the power brokers.