United States Becomes Largest Oil-and-Gas Producer

Gas prices likely to top $4 per gallon again

The EPA vs. State Economies

After Obama reelection coal company CEO reads prayer to staff, announces layoffs

Obama’s Great Alaska Shutout: Interior bans drilling on 11.5 million acres of ‘petroleum reserve.’

CBS Poll shows Romney rapidly narrowing the gap vs. Obama in California

Cal. Gov. temp. waives environmental regs to ease gas prices

Gas shortages start to plague California, prices at $4.32 moving toward $5

U.S. coal stocks jump on Romney comments: analysts

Crude oil ought to be $150 per barrel: Iran

Ron Paul: How Long Will the Dollar Remain the World’s Reserve Currency?

    Ron Paul: Amazingly, a new system was devised which allowed the U.S. to operate the printing presses for the world reserve currency with no restraints placed on it– not even a pretense of gold convertibility! Realizing the world was embarking on something new and mind-boggling, elite money managers, with especially strong support from U.S. authorities, struck an agreement with OPEC in the 1970s to price oil in U.S. dollars exclusively for all worldwide transactions. This gave the dollar a special place among world currencies and in essence backed the dollar with oil. In return, the U.S. promised to protect the various oil-rich kingdoms in the Persian Gulf against threat of invasion or domestic coup. This arrangement helped ignite radical Islamic movements among those who resented our influence in the region.

  • Posted: 09/05/2012
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Gov’t Gas Mandates Reduce Competition: Phoenix and Tucson have different blends

Increasing Fuel Price Volatility Tied to EPA Mandated Market Balkinization

Lifting Drilling Restrictions Could Increase U.S. Reserves by 30 Percent, Study Finds

Senate votes to uphold job and coal killing EPA regs

Venezuela Overtakes Saudis to Hold World’s Biggest Oil Reserves

Trump: Obama Cut Deal With Saudis To Keep Oil Prices Low Until Election

Europe’s Green Energy Suicide

Clinton Era Roadless Rule Headed to the Supreme Court?

Oil Production: United States Is Capable of Out-Producing World

    NCPA Policy Digest: However, a new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) undermines the president’s assumption. Focusing on the Green River Formation in Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, GAO Director of Natural Resources and Environment Anu Mittal told Congress recently that just one small part of the United States is capable of out-producing the rest of the planet.

  • Posted: 05/17/2012
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Phyllis Schlafly: Defeat Law of the Sea Treaty — Again

EPA official resigns over ‘crucify’ comments

Kids think we’re better off dead: Environmentalism’s challenge to a culture of life

Salazar: GOP living in energy ‘fairy tale’

Hatch looks to free up House-passed energy bills in Senate

Reid draws line against Keystone

House clears highway bill with pipeline mandate, thwarts Obama

Argentine leader moves to nationalize oil company

Sudan vows quick response to South’s oil field occupation

Mine union boss: Coal industry could suffer same fate as bin Laden

E.P.A. putting U.S. at disadvantage

Chinese firm surpasses Exxon in oil production

48% Say Feds Should Drop Gas Tax Until Prices Come Down

Saudi Arabia moves to calm oil market

Gas prices trigger Obama scramble

Video – ND Gov. Dalrymple: Obama is killing ‘energy development’

Video — Obama Energy Secretary: I don’t own a car

Senate blocks Keystone pipeline approval plan

Obama Lobbies Senate Dems to Head Off Keystone Amendment

Senate reaches deal on highway bill; oil votes

Islamists attack Egypt-Israel gas pipeline for 12th time

Gingrich says Obama should fire energy secretary for remark about gas prices

White House Wants to Keep Gas Prices High

Carney: GOP cancelled Keystone, not Obama

House Dems to Obama: Be ready to tap emergency oil reserves

Florida Drivers Shelling Out Nearly $6 A Gallon At Some Gas Stations

Santorum challenges Obama’s worldview

Obama Admin to give oil-rich Alaskan islands to Russia; Alaskan Congressional delegation silent?

Penn. landowners in uproar over private energy company’s virtual eminent domain powers

Canada Pledges to Sell Oil to Asia After Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline

Obama administration to reject controversial Keystone pipeline

EPA unveils rules which could force closure of some power plants

Congress restricts funding to enforce incandescent light bulb ban, but fails to put limits on international “family planning”

Household Electricity Bills Skyrocket

Idaho governor: States can build pipeline without federal government

Gasoline: The next big U.S. export

Henninger: Obama Abandons (Private) Labor | WSJ.com

Canadian PM eyes China after US pipeline delay

U.S. to Delay Decision on Pipeline Until After Election

World bank weighs in on U.S. tax code, fossil fuel ‘subsidies’

More solar companies led by Democratic donors received federal loan guarantees

    The Daily Caller: A Daily Caller investigation has found that in addition to the failed company Solyndra, at least four other solar panel manufacturing companies receiving in excess of $500 million in loan guarantees from the Obama administration employ executives or board members who have donated large sums of money to Democratic campaigns

  • Posted: 09/29/2011
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Solyndra executives repeatedly invoke the Fifth

Kansas AG sue to stop EPA air pollution rule

Alaskans anticipate yearly checks from oil wealth; $1,281 per person last year

Global investment in “clean energy” hits $243 bn; $30 bn per year from EU, Japan, US

Securities and Exchange Commission Bears Down on Fracking

U.S. Secretary of State: Negotiations Begin on U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Energy

Gas prices at record high for Labor Day

Obama Calls For Extension Of Gas Tax To Fund Highway Construction, Repair

Obama administration backs oil pipeline from Alberta to Texas

Exxon sues government over control of major Gulf of Mexico oil discovery, report says

Bachmann: I’ll bring back $2 gas

Judge tosses Obama’s expanded environmental review of drilling exemptions