The majority ruling was founded on a central constitutional principle that Congress alone has legislative authority to decide major policy issues with sweeping impacts.
Until very recently—just before Joe Biden took office—our nation was not only energy independent, but also a leading global oil and gas exporter.
Germany's new leaders have experienced a rude lesson regarding the disastrous consequences of years of naïve opposition to fossil fuels.
In 2007, John Kerry posted on his website: “You can’t just have someone plunk something down wherever the hell they want.”
Take, for example, self-inflicted European energy dependence on Russia.
Having failed in all other attempts to relieve midterm pump pain, the Biden White House has now announced plans to “borrow” 180 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) over the next six months.
Joe Biden’s recent offer to help self-inflicted energy-starved Europe replace Russia as its main natural gas supplier as he works to put American producers out of business is cluelessly paradoxical.
Take, for example, Joe's recent offer to help self-inflicted energy-starved Europe replace Russia as its main natural gas supplier as he works to put American producers out of business.
Biden inherited an America that was not only energy independent, but also a leading global oil and gas exporter, and gas prices began rising long before Ukraine.
Surprise, surprise. Electric vehicles are even more dependent on Russia and China than gas-fueled cars.
Europe’s self-inflicted abandonment of its own energy resources resulting in dependence on Russian oil seems to generally follow Lenin’s playbook when he reportedly quipped that “capitalists will sell us the rope by which we hang them.”
Time is rapidly running short for the president to salvage his first-term agenda
America's most dangerous adversaries are weaponizing Biden's energy policies.
President Ronald Reagan issued an urgent reminder that “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.”
Agencies of the Biden administration are pushing green gullibility and gushers of auto maker subsidy greed premised on mythical wind/solar capacities.