The EPA doesn’t have to tell anyone anything, or does it?
Across government top officials in the Obama administration do what is supposed to be the people’s business outside of public view
Court orders administration to follow nuclear waste law
This episode is a snapshot of contemporary Washington
President ignoring the economic harm of power
Coal produces about 42% of the nation’s electricity
It’s time to restore EPA’s original purpose
We could phase out EPA in five years
Climate scientist presents powerful data
Global warming is proceeding at a modest pace and is not causing significant harm.
21 attorneys general pressure Kerry over Keystone
“The White House and opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline project have exhausted all arguments.”
Fracking brings employment and economic revival
Fracking could bring a better, cleaner, happier world.
Global Warming is the WNBA of American politics
Here Obama is playing the corrupt referee. Calling phantom penalties on coal and crude oil, while giving out free throws to his natural gas and solar, wind and battery cronies.
Trying to understand environmentalism
Nice sentiment, if it made sense.
Wildlife officials plan to shoot owls to save other owls
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is busy with your tax dollars.
When government screws up, we’re supposed to say, “They meant well.”
CIA funding to modify weather just the tip of the ice cloud
Once again, it is about picking winners, losers. Rain is great for farmers, but shuts down construction sites.
GOP: Make a decision on Keystone, Mr. President
Obama indicated he could decide by the year’s end
EPA strikes out in
If the EPA can’t prove fracking causes water contamination, who can?
Pipe waits on the prairie as Keystone XL debate rages almost 5 years
Drill, baby, drill!
Wind turbines: blights on the American landscape
Could wind energy ever get the job done? An analysis from the Heartland Institute
Obama’s environmental agenda will crush small businesses
Environmental regulations: what’s the cost?
Big Apple “voluntary” composting idea stinks
The Mayor’s view is skewed in favor of anything labeled “green.”
Pushback builds against EPA ethanol mandates
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering upping the ethanol requirement in gasoline this summer.
Farm Bill Debate in House
to Center around food stamps
1 in 7 Americans receive SNAP benefits, at a cost of $134 each month, this equates to a monthly cost of around $6 billion.
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