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Jobs, prosperity and security via oil exports

| November 10, 2014
Jobs, prosperity and security via oil exports

Ending the antiquated ban on oil exports will also spur US production and keep oil prices low. The midterm elections underscore how much Americans value energy, job and economic revival – and how much they want less Washington control of their lives, livelihoods, and dreams for their children and grandchildren. They also reflect the waning […]

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Exposing the Green Money Machine

| November 7, 2014
Exposing the Green Money Machine

  It is doubtful that most Americans and others around the world know how vast the organizational structure of the environmental movement is and how much wealth it generates for those engaged in an agenda that would drag humanity back to the Stone Age. If that sounds extreme, consider a world without access to and […]

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Obama’s Revenge

| November 5, 2014
Obama’s Revenge

  The Democratic Party that supported President Obama’s agenda for the past six years was dramatically rejected in the midterm elections and the message for the new Republican-controlled Senate and House is to aggressively take action on stalled legislation to improve the economy and address other issues that have suffered neglect. The GOP is going […]

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The Obama war on pipelines

| November 5, 2014
The Obama war on pipelines

Expedite wind and solar – but block coal, oil, gas, pipelines, jobs and economic recovery. “This is not the same industry we had 15 years ago,” Natural Gas Supply Association VP Jennifer Fordham said recently. That’s an understatement. The oil, petrochemical and manufacturing industries are also far different from those of 15 years ago. Together, […]

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The Lies Phony Climate Experts Tell

| November 5, 2014
The Lies Phony Climate Experts Tell

  For decades now both the U.S. and Europe have suffered the arrogance and the lies of so-called “climate experts.” Mind you, there are some real ones and, when it comes to global warming and climate change, the interchangeable names for the lies, they are the ones labeled “deniers” and worse for telling the truth. […]

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RI flooding not WV’s fault

| November 1, 2014

By Tom Harris & Bob Carter Whitehouse is misguided on sea level rise: seacoasts won’t be flooded due to coal burning. It must have taken the patience of Job for West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin to participate in Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s climate change tour of the Ocean State on October 10. Whitehouse promised […]

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Is America in Decline?

| November 1, 2014
Is America in Decline?

  In case you have had the feeling that America is in decline and will make way for a new superpower, you may be right. At least you’re right if you agree with James MacDonald, the author of “When Globalization Fails: The Rise and Fall of Pax Americana” (due in January 2015, Farrar, Straus and […]

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Principled Coburn’s Departure a Loss to Senate

| November 1, 2014
Principled Coburn’s Departure a Loss to Senate

  As the end of the year approaches you’re going to be hearing both Democrats and Republicans lavish extravagant, bipartisan praise on Sen. Tom Coburn, R-OK, a man formerly known unfondly as “Dr. No.” Why the change of heart? Coburn’s leaving the Senate this term and leftist Democrats and RINO Republicans will be free to […]

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Obama’s Amnesty Travesty

| November 1, 2014
Obama’s Amnesty Travesty

People really need to read the U.S. Constitution. It says, “All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States.” The Constitution makes no reference whatever to executive orders (EO). George Washington started the practice mostly because he had to. Traditionally executive orders have been treated by Congress as having […]

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Obama’s War on U.S. Energy

| October 27, 2014
Obama’s War on U.S. Energy

  September 19th was an anniversary you did not read or hear about in the nation’s news media. It marked six years—2008—since the first permit application for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline was submitted to the federal government. Can you imagine how many jobs its construction would have created during a period of […]

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