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Jason Halek Innovator and Philanthropist - A Man of Action

Too often, when a company finds itself confronting a problem that seems unsolvable, it does not take the proper action to determine a solution. For example, when Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners sought to find new ways to free up the excess reserves that were left behind when drilling for oil ...

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Government of, by and for the EPA

EPA advances anti-energy agenda, with little regard for Americans’ health or welfare

Seven score and nine years ago, President Lincoln resolved to take increased devotion to ensuring that government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from the Earth.

Yet, today, our ...

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Hydraulic Fracturing: Critical for Energy Production, Jobs, and Economic Growth

Hydraulic Fracturing: Critical for Energy Production, Jobs, and Economic Growth

Energy production on private lands in the United States has been one of the most promising success stories in recent years, at a time when the country has struggled to grow economically. A large part of the success behind this tremendous oil and gas production and jobs creation is due to an ...

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The American Conservation Ethic: The Principles of Conservation

Change Is Overdue | Environmental Policies Increasingly Ineffective: Congress is spending more and accomplishing less to protect America's environment and use the nation's natural resources wisely. Since the 1970s, environmental public policy has jeopardized the environment and American liberty by ...

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Carbon Tax Would Harm U.S. Competitiveness and Low-Income Americans

Carbon Tax Would Harm U.S. Competitiveness and Low-Income Americans

A Carbon Tax Would Harm U.S. Competitiveness and Low-Income Americans Without Helping the Environment

Abstract: Supportersof a new carbon tax are using arguments aimed at conservatives (it can be revenue neutral) and liberals (it can help the environment) alike. But even if one concludes that ...

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Climate Change: Politicians and Media Avoid Peer Reviewed Studies

Climate Change: Politicians and Media Avoid Peer Reviewed Studies

(RSN Editors Note) A major weakness in our great country is the total lack of seeking the truth, as peer reviewed studies help uncover, and the total lack of investigative journalism from the major news outlets to hold all politicians feet to the fire, including President Obama, Attorney General ...

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Offshore Drilling: Increase Access, Reduce the Risk, and Stop Hurting American Companies

Abstract:Given the challenges still facing the U.S. economy, the government needs to move aside and let private industry do what private industry does best: create jobs and increase our oil supply to help lower the price at the pump. And yet the Obama Administration remains committed to strangling ...

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It’s Time to Start Testing Organic Food

It’s Time to Start Testing Organic Food

Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a series of articles by Mischa Popoff and Jay Lehr on modern agriculture and organic farming. 

There can be no mistaking the fact that modern agriculture is under attack. Gone are the days of saving the whales or attacking logging companies for ...

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Senate Energy Bill: Good Start, Room for Improvement

Senate Energy Bill: Good Start, Room for Improvement

Senator John Hoeven (R–ND) recently introduced the Domestic Energy and Jobs Act (DEJA), which would greatly expand access to energy and simplify burdensome regulations that prevent projects from coming online in a timely manner. While the legislation could be improved by further increasing access ...

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