Wall Street Journal: Robert Johnston and Leslie Palti-Guzman: The Foreign Policy Uses of an Energy Bounty
In today’s Wall Street Journal, global energy analysts Robert Johnston and Leslie Palti-Guzman present a case for the White House to approve additional exports of U.S. natural gas. Johnston and Palti-Guzman argue that allowing increased LNG exports is good for the U.S. economy and our foreign policy. Introducing more U.S. gas into the world market could help restore America’s trade balance, improve our relationships with foreign allies, increase global competition, and ultimately help lower energy prices. The piece comes on the heels of a December 2012 Department of...
Wall Street Journal Editorial: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad ObamaCare
For sheer political farce, not much can compete with ObamaCare's passage, which included slipping the bill through the Senate before dawn three Christmas eves ago. But the madcap dash to get ready for the entitlement's October 2013 start-up date is a pretty close second.
The size and complexity of the Affordable Care Act meant that its implementation was never going to easy. But behind the scenes, even states that support or might support the Affordable Care Act are frustrated about the Health and Human Services Department's special combination...