Energy (page 6)

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    Greta Thunberg and John Kerry will love this

    Climate alarmists love to refer to the ‘existential threat’ of climate change, including our new president. And their fear typically comes with a verbal wagging finger pointed at anyone who dares to ask questions or point out hypocrisy. Here’s how the Biden administration’s climate envoy,  John Kerry, reacted…
    Donna Martinez, February 8, 2021
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    Do politicians not understand where electricity comes from?

    Hang onto your seats. Here’s the headline in The Hill: Environmentalists should lead the charge against electric vehicles Written by Locke Senior Fellow Dr. Don van der  Vaart, this piece goes straight after the progressive narrative that ‘green’ vehicles are key to saving our planet. If you want to…
    Donna Martinez, February 2, 2021
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    Biden’s climate ideas would kill American jobs, boost China

    Collin Anderson and Jack Beyrer write for the Washington Free Beacon about the downside of President Biden’s plans for battling climate change. President Joe Biden’s latest climate-focused executive order promises a bustling clean energy sector backed by “good-paying union jobs.” That sector’s supply chain, however, is largely…
    Mitch Kokai, February 2, 2021
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    Biden executive orders have real-life job-killing impact

    Salena Zito writes for the New York Post about the damage done by President Biden’s early executive orders. On the morning of Jan. 20, every room of the two-story Stroppel Hotel in Midland, SD, was filled with men and women who work on the Keystone XL pipeline. Most…
    Mitch Kokai, February 1, 2021
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    Two settlements later, guess who is stuck paying nearly all of coal-ash cleanup?

    What changed between 2014 and now? Why is it no longer better to come down on the side of consumers?
    Jon Sanders, January 29, 2021
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    Bernie Sanders is Darn Near Giddy

    It’s not the mittens memes that has self-described socialist and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in “as close to a good mood as he can get right now,” as reported by John Fund of National Review. The laughs over the inaugural mittens can’t come close to Sanders’ excitement of just…
    Donna Martinez, January 26, 2021
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    The potential federal gas tax hike and why it will harm the poor

    Incoming Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says he is open to a federal gas tax hike. One of the arguments for hiking the federal gas tax is that it hasn’t been done since 1993. Many on the left want to tie the gas tax to inflation. At…
    Ray Nothstine, January 25, 2021
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    Biden’s bad message to Canada about Keystone XL pipeline

    Rich Lowry of National Review Online explains why new President Biden’s decision about a new pipeline marks a slap at Canada. Poor Justin Trudeau. The Canadian prime minister must have been relieved to be done with President Donald Trump, only to learn that Joe Biden plans to tell…
    Mitch Kokai, January 21, 2021