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The Shale Gas Revolution: Reindustrialize the Economy, Reshape the Global Energy Market

by Marita Noon  The United States doesn’t usually look to Britain for guidance—the last time may have been when Winston Churchill was Prime Minister. That time has come again. This time, the US should follow the leadership of Prime Minister David Cameron, who last week said: “Britain must be at the heart of the shale …

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Obama declared war on America’s coal, oil and gas, and wasted billions on solar, wind and biofuels

by Alan Caruba I suspect that most people think the Earth is running out of oil or that the U.S. and the rest of the world are “addicted” to its use. Both beliefs are wrong, but in different ways. First because the Earth produces oil in abundance deep within its mantel in ways that have …

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EPA regulations cost $104.5 billion versus $5 billion for the entire rest of the government!

by Alan Caruba A bit of news that slipped beneath the radar on September 11th was the announcement by the Competitive Enterprise Institute that it had filed a legal suit in the federal district court for the District of Columbia challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to shield a senior official’s practice of hiding public …

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Major Constitutional Limits on Climate Change Policy

by Harrison H. Schmitt, Apollo 17 Moonwalker, AmericasUncommonSense.com The Constitution of the United States of America sets clear limits on the powers of the Federal Government and permits exercise of those powers only in specifically enumerated activities that relate to providing for the “common defence“, promoting the “general Welfare“, and securing “the Blessings of Liberty” …

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Obama’s Anti-Keystone Pipeline Decision: Unconstitutional Energy Policy

by Harrison H. Schmitt, AmericasUncommonSense Conscious and deliberate decisions by President Obama and his Administration reduce future domestic supplies of energy. These actions violate the President’s constitutional mandate to “provide for the common Defence.” The withholding of approval for the development of the Keystone Pipeline to bring Canadian crude oil to refineries in the United …

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On The Verge Of Safe Reactors That Will Revolutionize World

by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, Investors Business Daily The events in Japan are disastrous and heartbreaking, but they should not be used to stop us from safely utilizing nuclear energy for the benefit of our nation. As a senior member of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, I am a strong advocate for safe …

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America Needs a National Energy Plan

by Harrison H. Schmitt The constitutional mandate for a rational, scientific, and economically sound national energy plan lies in its close modern relationship to the constitutionally mandated “common Defence“.  Dependence on foreign sources of oil, and therefore transportation fuels, limits both near and long-term national security options. That dependence also creates an economic burden to …

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Driessen: Unsustainable cow manure

by Paul Driessen, Canada Free Press Seek a sustainable future! Wind, solar and bio-fuels will ensure an eco-friendly, climate-protecting, planet-saving, sustainable inheritance for our children. Or so we are told by activists and politicians intent on enacting new renewable energy standards, mandates and subsidies during a lame duck session. It may be useful to address …

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