BY DAVID HOLT: The Interior Department’s five-year plan for offshore energy development is essential to maintaining our basic standard of living.
BY DAVID T STEVENSON: Virginia's new Governor Glenn Youngkin is doing the right thing pulling out of the "carbon tax" Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) program by executive action.
BY WILL COGGIN: Here’s a resolution that should be easy: Eat more. But not in the way you think.
BY PAUL STEIDLER: At a time when mail delivery is slower than it was in the 1970s, and USPS has major financial challenges, electric vehicle subsidies and corresponding Congressional interference will only make these matters worse, while doing little to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
For those of us who stand for freedom, a perilous year looms before us. There is no better cause to fund than freedom.
In despair I bowed my head; ‘There is no peace on earth,’ I said; ‘For hate is strong, And mocks the song Of peace on earth, good-will to men!’ Then pealed the bells more loud and deep: ‘God is not dead; nor doth he sleep! The Wrong shall fail, The Right prevail, With peace on earth, good-will to men!’ -- Longfellow
By Thomas Catenacci: The action is the latest move in the Biden administration’s crusade against climate change which aims to lean heavily on pushing Americans to buy electric vehicles
BY LARRY GOLDSTEIN AND MICHAEL LYNCH: This is partly due to the mandating and subsidizing of new energies without fully understanding the complexity of the industry, its operations and infrastructure.
WATCH NOW "I had my reservations from the beginning."
Statement from Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Senator Manchin's pledge to vote "no" on President Biden's massive bill. Vows not to "relent" or "give up."
BY GUY CARUSO: The administration and environmental activists are leading us down a path that all but ensures we remain dependent on OPEC and Russian market management.
BY ROBERT HEFNER: Any attack on our energy infrastructure would quickly lead to blackouts and, in turn, deaths.
BY TILAK K DOSHI: To hard-bitten observers of realpolitik in international negotiations, the response might well be that “if you can believe that China will be net zero by 2060, then you can believe India will be so by 2070.”
BY MICHAEL R. DAVIS: Does halting the expansion of the administrative state require constitutional amendments?
BY MATTHEW KANDRACH: While Americans are feeling the pinch of higher energy prices, the situation is far worse in Europe.