EPA: Hurting poor families worst

By Tom Toth News for low-income households facing another brutal winter in New England is again bleak. One of the largest energy providers in the region announced recently that energy costs for a typical household could top $150 a month this winter — a 37 percent increase over just last year. For many poorer families, that $40 per month increase […]

Colorado Dems frack backtrack is all about November

By Marita Noon In June, in a sparsely populated county in northern New Mexico, a primary election surprisingly unseated an incumbent County Commissioner. No one seemed to notice. But, apparently, high-ranking Democrats to the north were paying attention. The northern New Mexico county is Mora. The high-ranking Democrats: from Colorado. The election upset was about Mora County’s oil-and-gas drilling ban. […]

More fraudulent science from EPA on sulfur in gasoline rules

By Paul Driessen The Obama Environmental Protection Agency recently slashed the maximum allowable sulfur content in gasoline from 30 parts per million to 10 ppm. The agency claims its new “Tier 3” rule will bring $7 billion to $19 billion in annual health benefits by 2030. “These standards are a win for public health, a win for our environment and a […]

Three hours of water boarding

By Marita Noon On Thursday, February 27, I received an email that said: “I’m a producer at the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. We’re working on a segment about fracking & I wanted to reach out to see if you’d be interested in participating. I read your column in Town Hall a few months ago & it’s just what we’re looking […]

Infographic: North America sits on enormous natural gas reserves

The natural gas industry has grown exponentially over the last several years and continues to make great strides in the United States. Natural gas is a natural resource that has the potential to safely and cleanly fuel the next generation of American innovation and economic expansion with enough quantity in the United States alone to last for hundreds of years. […]

Slideshow: Over two thirds of U.S. energy generation threatened by the EPA

By Tom Toth Power industries in the United States are under attack by the radical left, now empowered by dominant federal agencies and government officials. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has—especially since the beginning of the Obama administration—been taken over by environmental alarmists and given a seemingly open license to promote the environmentalist agenda by any means necessary. The strategy […]

Podesta to carry out the Obama Doctrine

By Marita Noon “Canada is a sovereign nation and we will develop our resources with appropriate regulations and enforcement to protect the environment,” said Paula Caldwell St-Onge. The Consulate General of Canada, St-Onge was in Albuquerque to talk up, and answer questions about, the Keystone pipeline. She’d done media interviews prior to her arrival at the University of New Mexico […]

Fueling the American resurgence

By Tom Toth In the modern world, where energy flows, commerce and prosperity follows. The growth of the United States’ economy is being stunted by the Obama administration’s activist energy policies which are bankrupting the producers of abundant, affordable energy. The American way of life developed over the last century stands as history’s greatest example to date of what an […]

When the lights go out

By Tom Toth The future of abundant, affordable energy in the United States is under attack from environmental organizations and individuals currently influencing the nation’s regulatory climate. Acting through powerful government arms like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), fringe alarmist groups are actively waging a high-stakes war on American energy, and the nation’s future is on the line. If they […]

New York Misses Out on Natural Gas Revolution as Junk Science Carries the Day

By Kevin Mooney — With President Obama back in the White House next year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to roll out a new regulation to control drilling techniques used to access natural gas. Even so, the expected surge in U.S. oil production will likely outpace political paybacks to green groups that can be uprooted over time. The […]

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