Powering the Future

May 15, 2012 | Issue Post

President Obama continued to push an “all of the above” energy strategy in his speech yesterday, voicing his support for oil, natural gas, coal, and nuclear. But rather than actually promoting policies which embrace our country’s vast energy resources, the president continues to do just the opposite by layering more and more red tape on American energy production.

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May 11, 2012 | Issue Post

After several Energy and Commerce Committee members called attention to coal’s exclusion in President Obama’s new energy infographic, the website was quickly

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May 9, 2012 | Issue Post

Energy and Commerce leaders today called attention to two glaring omissions in President Obama’s so-called “all of the above” energy plan. A new infographic features his vision for an energy future that excludes coal and hydropower.

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May 9, 2012 | Issue Post

Earlier this year, President Obama began traveling around the country to road-test the slogan “we can’t wait.” He used the phrase to justify a whole host of policies on which he wanted to bypass Congress, claiming the need to move quickly because, "we can't wait." But his message fell flat after he stalled and eventually rejected the Keystone XL pipeline.

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April 18, 2012 | Issue Post

Rather than embrace greater North American energy production to combat skyrocketing gas prices, like clockwork, Democrats are dusting off their tired attacks on the specter of speculators. In a rose garden speech yesterday, President Obama blamed Wall Street speculators for high gas prices and asked Congress to strengthen oversight of oil markets and increase penalties for market manipulation.

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April 17, 2012 | Issue Post

The Keystone XL pipeline has come to symbolize the contrast in energy policy between this administration and the GOP Congress. The Obama administration continues to block this landmark jobs and energy project, putting thousands of jobs and greater American energy security on hold and at risk.

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