Coal: Is It Really Needed?
APPLETON, WIS. – March 14, 2012 – “Coal is very low on the scale of subjects for ballads or charming folklore. Like Rodney Dangerfield, it just doesn’t get any respect,” states Ed Hiserodt.
In the recent article, “Coal, The Rock That Burns,” published in The New American, Hiserodt describes the lack of respect and understanding coal truly gets.
Hiserodt states, “Coal is not the most pristine mineral in the world. Yet, more than any other mineral on Earth, this ugly, dirty little rock deserves credit for the greatest material prosperity mankind has ever known. … Coal is a resource that is proven and available. We should be very thankful for this energy miracle that provides us comfort, improves our health, and gives us more years to enjoy the blessings of life.”
Please contact Hannah Brems directly to schedule an interview with Hiserodt to discuss the true importance of coal and the impact on Americans if access to coal continues to be hampered by excessive government regulations.
The New American, which was established in 1985, is printed twice monthly and is also published online with new stories daily. The New American is the essential news source for freedom-loving Americans. It unearths the abuses of the principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and God-given rights. The magazine is a wholly owned subsidiary of The John Birch Society.