standard Sponsor Content Report – April 2016 – Nov. 2016

Sponsor Content Report – JDS (April 2016 through Nov. 2016)
**Note: Dates shown are the air dates on Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze Network. Air dates vary by outlet
(terrestrial radio stations “on the dial,” PegasusNetwaves, LOTO Radio, and podcasts on iHeart Radio,
iTunes, SoundCloud,, and Google Play Music). Topics and interviews shown are only a
sampling of the highlights of the shows, and do not cover exhaustively all segments and topics.

April 2, 2016

Rusty Braziel — President & Principal Energy Markets Consultant for RBN Energy,
discusses his new book, The Domino Effect: How the Shale Revolution is Transforming
Energy Markets, Industries and Economies:

              Jacki’s monologue — The Climate Inquisition: Jacki reports on the efforts by 17 state
attorneys general and the FBI to investigate Exxon and 90 universities, scientists, and
nonprofits – including Jacki’s organization, the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) – for
producing research that is critical of federal environmental policy. Jacki explains that this is an
unlawful, direct attack on freedom of speech. See also, Jacki’s Washington Times op ed, “Why
Exxon is Not the Problem”:

April 9, 2016
              Terry FrithPresident of Gordon Technologies LLC., explains why he thinks that
federal reporting of oil production is overstated and harming the industry. He recommends that
official reporting be returned to the states because they are more trustworthy and accurate.

               Rob Henneke — Center for the American Future / TPPF: Rob gives an update of the
Center’s litigation against the BLM for attempting to unlawfully seize private property from
landowners along the Red River.

April 16, 2016

               Marc Morano — Climate Depot, promos his new movie, Climate Hustle, that debuted
during the Paris Climate conference, exposing the inaccurate assumptions underlying climate

                 Mike McKenna — MWR Strategies discusses MWR’s poll showing what voters believe
about energy. Takeaway: The majority of voters agreed that they would be willing to pay more
to transition to solar or wind, but when asked how much more, the median answer was ten
dollars! The Jacki Daily Show will therefore continually remind listeners of the real price tag!
(Approximately $3,740.00 more annually according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce).

April 23, 2016

                   Dr. David Grantham — Sr. Research Fellow at the National Center for Policy
Analysis (NCPA) examines the proof that oil and antiquities from terrorist networks have made
their way to America.

                   Brendan Williams — EVP of American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers
(AFPM) speaks about the importance of energy issues in the upcoming Presidential election

April 30, 2016

                   Hans Von Spakovsky — Heritage Foundation discusses the attack on free speech
and that of the Attorneys General in ExxonMobil Climate Change Probe.

                   David McIntosh — Club for Growth explains that corporations are covered by the First
Amendment’s right to free speech and that the Attorneys General in Exxon Climate Change
Probe are acting outside the law.

May 7, 2016

                  Markham Hislop — Publisher of American Energy News discusses Trump’s promise
to ban OPEC oil.

                  Myron Ebell, Director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive
Enterprise Institute and Trump’s pick for EPA Administrator discusses the attorneys
general / FBI targeting of his policy shop and other conservative groups, such as the National
Center for Policy Analysis, that are listed in a subpoena to Exxon which claims that Exxon’s
climate science constitutes fraud on shareholders. Ebell explains the legal and intellectual
bankruptcy of these claims.

May 14, 2016

                  Dr. Peter Vincent Pry — Executive Director of the Congressional EMP Task Force
and former CIA Operative explains the threats, natural and manmade, to the U.S. and TX
electric grid.

                  Dan Kish — Sr. VP of the Institute for Energy Research explains “green” energy

May 21, 2016

                  Chuck DeVore — VP at the TPPF outlines his piece “How Fracking Saved Renewable
Energy in California.”

                Linore Burkard — Author of Resilience: The PULSE EFFEX SERIES discusses this
sequel to “Pulse,” a fictional account of life after an attack on the electric grid has sent the
United States into a dark age.

May 28, 2016

               Mark Hiduke — Managing Director, PCORE Exploration & Production LLC.: Hiduke
discusses opportunities for young professionals in the gas and oil industry as well as the health
of the industry.
              Jacki’s Monologue — Brexit: What’s Energy Got to Do with It? Jacki explains that the
press has almost completely overlooked the 2015 discovery of the “Gatwick Gusher,” hundreds
of millions of barrels of oil locked beneath southern U.K. With this large revenue producer, the
Brits can have greater confidence leaving the E.U.

June 4, 2016

             Markham Hislop, Publisher of American Energy News talks about why Canadian
electric vehicle subsidies have not worked.

              Jim Amos — CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis draws on his
experience as a CEO of a multinational, billion dollar corporation (Mail Boxes Etc./ UPS Store)
to explore the feds’ attack on oil companies and how to recognize a trumped up controversy.

June 11, 2016

            Ed Hirs — Prof. of Economics, U. of Houston and Managing Dir. for Hillhouse
Resources, LLC. explains the pros and cons of oil import quotas.

            Chase Morris — VP of Business Development at The Oil & Gas Asset Clearinghouse explains the buying and selling of energy assets.

June 18, 2016

             Merrill Matthews — Institute for Policy Innovation explains why Hillary’s energy
policies will not benefit consumers nor industry.

             Jim Row — CEO of Oil and Gas Asset Clearinghouse explains how the Clearinghouse works.

June 25, 2016

                   Jacki’s Monologue — “The Climate Inquisition Continues.” Jacki gives an update on the investigation into Exxon and groups that Exxon funded to examine energy policy, such as the National Center for Policy Analysis where Jacki serves as Chief Operating Officer.

                  Doug Domenech — Director of the Fueling Freedom Project at the TPPF discusses the troubling history of Earth Day.

July 2, 2016

                  Kathleen Hartnett White — Distinguished Sr. Fellow-in-Residence and Dir. of the
Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment, TPPF continues the discussion on the cost of renewables and her new book “Fueling Freedom” that has had a direct impact on the energy policies of Donald Trump.

                Bud Weinstein — Associate Director of the Maguire Energy Institute discusses his
recent piece on nuclear energy and hydraulic fracturing.

July 9, 2016

                Peter Doran — Author of the book, Breaking Rockefeller: The Incredible Story of
the Ambitious Rivals Who Toppled an Oil Empire has written what he calls one of the greatest underdog stories of all time.

July 16, 2016

                Stephen Moore — Heritage Foundation, and former Sr. Economic Writer at the Wall Street Journal explains his book Fueling Freedom, co-authored with Kathleen Hartnett White of the TPPF and how it has influenced the presidential election.
David McAdams — Co-Quest: McAdams discusses the process of hedging in the gas
and oil industry.

July 23, 2016

                Todd Young — COO of the Southeastern Legal Foundation explains why we should be concerned when we hear the term, “Environmental Justice” unpacking what the user really means.

                 Former Congressman Gil Gutknecht: Gutknecht explains why sand is critical to American energy production and how we can achieve greater energy security.

July 30, 2016

                 Kathleen Hartnett White — Distinguished Senior Fellow-in-Residence and Director of the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment, TPPF, gives a rundown of the DNC email scandal and whether a petro state like Russia would be incentivized to harm Clinton.

                  John McDonald — Koch fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA): talks about how the Tres Amigas Plan to connect energy grids to better distribute wind energy has not worked out as planned.

August 6, 2016

                Ted Hadzi-Antich — Sr. Attorney at the Center for the America Future unpacks the cost of the Clean Power Plan.

                 Markham Hislop — Publisher of American Energy News, discusses partisan attempt to prosecute of fossil fuel companies who are critical of the Administration’s climate policies.

August 13, 2016

              Toby Mack — President of the Energy Equipment and Infrastructure Alliance details the struggles and the fight over pipelines that Jacki explains are the safest way to move hydrocarbons.

              Paul Larkin — Sr. Legal Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation discusses the proposed rule by the BLM to regulate fracking on federal lands.

August 20, 2016

              Katie Mehnert — Pink Petro and Charles McConnell — Executive Director of Rice
University’s Energy and Environment Initiative promote Rice University’s new online leadership class Rice University available to students world-wide, part of the university’s Energy and Environment Initiative.

              Merrill Matthews — Institute for Policy Innovation, formerly of NCPA, comments on the Democrats impractical energy plan.

August 27, 2016

            Charlotte Batson — Petroleum Engineer: Batson shares information on how to make money in the oil patch, even in a downturn, and discusses her blog “Charlotte’s Oil and Gas News.”

            Sam Spicer — CEO of many successful energy companies over his career
discusses the new regulations governing lending in the oil patch from the OCC and what we can expect in the way of companion regulation from the FDIC in the fall.

September 3, 2016

            Paul Larkin — Sr. Legal Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation discusses“Overcriminalization” by federal agencies governing environmental policy and what we can do to stop it.

            Rob Henneke — General Counsel and Director of the Center for the American Future at the TPPF talks about the Dalton Trucking v. EPA lawsuit challenging EPA’s application of mobile source emission standards under the Clean Air Act in California.

            Jacki’s Monologue — Jacki sets the record straight on Gessen’s biography of Vladimir Putin, “The Man without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin.”

September 10, 2016

            John Tintera — EVP, Texas Alliance of Energy Producers explains the #IAmTexasOil Campaign.

            Doug Domenech — Director of the Fueling Freedom Project, TPPF discusses Obama’s action on the Paris Climate Agreement.

            Jacki’s Monologue: Colorado Anti-Frac’ers Lose Again and the Paris Climate Agreement Update

September 17, 2016

            Vance Ginn — Economist, TPPF stresses the importance of energy issues in the current election, and Donald Trump’s energy plans.

            Chuck DeVore, VP, TPPF explains why anti-frac’ing measures will not go before Colorado voters in November.

September 24, 2016

            Chuck McConnell of Rice University, former Obama appointee, explains the costs of the Clean Power Plan.

            Pam Villarreal, Sr. Fellow at the NCPA, explains the environmental regulation of plastic bags and why the bans are not effective for reducing pollution or affecting carbon levels.

            Jacki’s Monologue: Thinking of Moving Off of the Grid?

October 1, 2016

            Joseph Schmitz, Trump’s Foreign Policy Advisor, and former DOD Inspector General, talks about Trump’s approach to the OPEC countries.

            Myron Ebell, Trump’s Pick to head the EPA, and CEO of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, talks about the Climate Inquisition against his think tank and others like the TPPF and NCPA, for creating research for Exxon.

October 8, 2016

             Rob Henneke, TPPF’s Center for the American Future, gives an update on the Clean Power Plan litigation Sam Spicer, Oil Man, talks about the Department of Labor’s targeting of energy producers.

October 15, 2016

             Robert Bryce of the Manhattan Institute gives cautionary tales from the E.U. and why they are the example of what not to do in energy policy.

            Brigham McCown, former Administrator of the Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (Bush II) tells what is really going on with the Dakota Access Pipeline.

            Jacki’s Monologue: Hillary Tells Who Funds ISIS

October 22, 2016

            Sterling Burnett, Heartland Institute, gives an update on the state attorneys general climate inquisition against Exxon, scientists, and policy shops.

             Jacki’s Monologue: Hillary’s Names Russia as Funding the US Environmental Movement

October 29, 2016

            Jacki’s Monologue: Jacki explains how energy issues could impact the election

            Markham Hislop, American Energy News reports on Eco-Terrorism on U.S. Border
November 5, 2016

            Andrew Browning, Consumer Energy Alliance, explains CEA’s Pipelines for America Campaign and changes in the American methanol market.

           Rob Henneke, with TPPF’s Center for the American Future, gives an update on the court battle to push back the BLM’s destruction of property rights on the Red River, separating TX and OK.

November 12, 2016

          Markham Hislop, American Energy News, explains Trump’s promise to ban OPEC Oil Jackie Stewart, Energy in Depth-Ohio, explains that frac’ing revenues are making up for the budget shortfall, funding Ohio’s schools, just when the Rust Belt needed it most.

November 19, 2016

          Islin Munistieri, Petroleum Engineer in Alaska, talks about her new book, “You Are Enough: A Manifesto for the Overworked and Overwhelmed.”

          Jacki’s Monologue: The Impact of Energy Issues on the Election

November 26, 2016

          Jacki’s Monologue: Is Trump’s Promise of “Complete Energy Independence”

          Jacki’s Monologue: Harold Hamm as Trump’s Choice for US Energy Secretary