BY ANNE BRADBURY: The past two years have shown us that the Administration’s rhetoric, policies, and finger pointing has not created unity, and no one is better off paying $5/gallon to get to and from work.
EPA exceeded its authority under the Clean Air Act in creating its emissions scheme. Read West Virginia vs. EPA full decision.
BY MIKE SOMMERS: Recent polling shows Democrats, Republicans and Independents want a real American energy plan, one that embraces American oil and natural gas now and as a long-term energy asset.
BY LARRY BEHRENS: President Biden declared war on American energy his first day in office and we’re all living with the disastrous results.
BY ED FINKLEA: The “Shale Revolution” that has resulted from the combination of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, has enabled the U.S. to significantly increase its natural gas supply.
BY CESAR YBARRA: Congress set on making the postal service’s fleet “at least 75 percent electric or zero emission vehicles.”
From NASA: One of the most iconic images from the Apollo 11 mission is of Buzz Aldrin saluting the American flag on the surface of the Moon.
By Major General William Grimsley, U.S. Strategic Command, "Our liberties as Americans come at a price."
BY MIKE BUTLER: Everyone across Pennsylvania feels the punch of record inflation and sky-high energy prices, and there’s little end in sight
BY ROBERT BRYCE: Rural Americans keep rejecting wind projects.
BY NATE SCHERER: The administration is doing everything in its power to slow walk permit approvals.
To push back against President Biden’s 30x30 land preservation initiative, some 225 county executives, state legislators, farmers, and ranchers gathered in Lincoln, Nebraska to take part in a conference.
"The rituals, of course, are the Green New Deal, U.N. climate treaties, giving up our vehicles, cutting thermostats, not eating hamburgers — a long list of virtue signaling."
BY ROBERT BRYCE: I’m old enough to remember when environmentalists cared about protecting our birds, bats, and whales.
BY BENJAMIN ZYCHER: The eternal proclamation of apocalypse for which there is no evidence — can obscure the harsh reality that the pursuit of green utopia results automatically in the massive coercion that is the fundamental implication of “change it all” and “everyone accountable.”