Human Events By John Hayward September 25, 2012
An editorial in today’s Bluefield Daily Telegraph calls upon the U.S. Senate to take up the House-passed Stop the War on Coal Act.
When Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan address the AARP on Friday, good manners will no doubt keep them from asking this question: How can that lobby claim to speak for American seniors given its partisan role in passing ObamaCare?
This week’s Human Events provides an unsettling look into the harsh realities of the Obama administration’s war on coal. Families in the heart of Appalachia are suffering the brunt of EPA’s aggressive regulatory agenda as thousands of workers in this part of the country have recently lost their jobs as a result of EPA’s antagonistic new policies.
In Solyndra Bankruptcy, Obama Administration’s Picking of Winners and Losers Reaches Shameful New Lows President’s Backers, Including Billionaire George Kaiser, Could Get Hundreds of Millions in Tax Breaks While Taxpayers Lose Over Half a Billion Dollars
Axelrod’s Obamacare DollarsEmails suggest the White House pushed business to the presidential adviser's former firm to sell the health-care law.The Wall Street JournalBy KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL