Written by NationalCenter
Written by Jennifer Marohasy
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
Written by Right Side News
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Since 2006, Congressional Democrats have been trying to "Green the Capitol," but recently decided their plan to go carbon neutral is too expensive and ...
Written by Diane M. Grassi
March 25, 2009
Fallout from The Energy Policy Act of 2005 Revisited
Part I: Electrical Grid in Critical Condition
by Diane M. Grassi
Acclamations for energy independence from foreign sourceshave been oft-repeated rallying cries resounding throughout the halls of Capitol Hill, ...
Written by Jay Dwight and Joe D'Aleo
By Jay Dwight and Joe D'Aleo
Many states and the Federal Government are putting a lot of faith in renewable energy sources especially wind and solar as solutions for our energy independence and future cost reduction. ...
Written by Steve Milloy
The Obama-smitten mainstream media lapped up First Lady Michelle Obama's announcement that she and 5th graders from a local elementary school were going to plant and maintain a vegetable garden at the White House. The New York Times reported,
Written by iNHOFE
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, went to the Senate Floor this morning to expose the cap and trade tax scheme included in President Obama's budget. The following are excerpts of his Senate ...
Written by Tax Foundation
March 20, 2009
Costs Would Be Disproportionately Borne by Low-Income Households, Those Under Age 25 and Over 75 Years
Washington, DC, March 17, 2009- With climate change legislation becoming a top congressional priority in recent months, a new study shows that a cap-and-trade ...