Tag Archives: energy

Musings: Obama and Gas Prices. Soon — The Supreme Court and Alien Tort cases; and More Dodd Frank Overreach

President Obama says he’s not to blame for high gasoline prices, but he will fix them. Let’s look at his thinking and logic. Read More

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State of the Union — Definitions

The President pledged an “all of the above” energy policy — the same threats, delays and disruptions that he has imposed since he was elected. Read More

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Red Mass Group: Senate Energy Tax Proposal Tone-Deaf to America’s Needs

My latest post on Red Mass Group in Massachusetts: My home town, Milton, was home to our nation’s first piano factory long before my time. And while I have enjoyed music throughout my life, it pains me to hear how … Read More

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Pajamas Media: On Energy, Obama’s Full of Hot Air

President Obama’s State of the Union address last week left a lot to be desired. Lisa Fritsch summed it up well on this site, writing, “Obama’s speech […] was focused far too much on lofty goals than the nitty-gritty we need to refloat our ailing ship of state.” In fact, in two specific areas his soaring rhetoric belied reality and misrepresented our nation’s future security. Read More

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Washington Times: Energy jobs can fuel economic growth

My latest op-ed in the Washington Times…Natural gas also will be spotlighted for qualities that appeal across party lines. It offers major new tax revenue for federal, state and local coffers. As a clean-burning fuel, it can reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. And because hydraulic fracturing has enabled extraction of “tight gas” from resources across the country, from New York’s Marcellus Shale to the Barnett Shale in Texas, these huge new gas reserves provide promise for economic growth…. Read More

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Alt Opinion: Passing Prop 23 Essential for California’s Economic Future

Let us all hope that Golden State voters move past the rhetoric and vote for Prop 23 – a vote for California jobs, investment and fiscal discipline. If passed, Prop 23 will overturn AB 32…

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Congress Considering New Taxes that Would Hurt U.S. Economy

The BP oil spill in the Gulf sent shockwaves across America. Now, a recently-imposed moratorium on U.S. deepwater drilling has doubled the shockwaves through America’s energy industry. Jobs have been cut, rigs have been tasked to new international assignments and economic activity in Gulf communities has diminished. But currently lurking in the chambers of Congress hides a new threat to America’s economic and energy security — one that will be even more damaging and longer lasting: new energy taxes.

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Happy New Year from Kabul

A colleague and I landed at Dubai and went on to Kabul, Afghanistan on December 30. Now, having made our way through some of the most amazing traffic in the world (horrible city roads, incredible numbers of cars and trucks … Read More

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