Tag Archive for "Energy Policy"May 14, 2012
While the staid, dignified Preezy of the United Steezy was distracting you from his horrible economic record with announcements about unnatural “marriage” and $7 a month student loan breaks, the Government Accountability Office revealed that one US oil field contains “as much recoverable oil as the rest of the world’s proven reserves combined.”
Solyndra is a so-called “green energy” company in Fremont California that, with the backing of a hefty $535 million loan rushed through the guarantee process by the Obama Administration, planned to manufacture solar panels. Evidence, including a number of administration emails subpoenaed by Congress, shows that the administration rushed the loan through despite warnings that the deal was “not ready for prime time.”
Gas prices effect everyone every day, which is why they’re such an effective political battering ram.
Ugly-assed eyesores like solar panels and windmills (yes, in the 21st century) will soon be cropping up in Lower Southampton after the Township’s ruling class approved two ordinances last night.
Barack Obama responded to the two-month long Obama Oil Spill by – surprise – giving a speech that was short on specifics and wishy-washy in tone.
Lindsey Graham, apparently looking to rush into a long, storied career in the private sector, is planning to support the Democrats’ proposed $.15 a gallon tax hike on gasoline.
General Electric, parent company of NBC and companies in nearly every sector of the economy, donates heavily to Democrats through its political action committee GEPAC, and provides a generally laudatory impression of Barack Obama personally and the Democrat machine that currently has a stranglehold over Washington, DC through its news outlets and entertainment programs.
As evidence mounts that the global warming scare is a farce and climate change is not caused by carbon dioxide, anyone who invests alternative energy is taking a huge chance of throwing their money down a hole according to Daniel Rice.
Pundits who have predicted that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will quietly fade away after leaving office on July 26 will be sorely disappointed in her Washington Post editorial on the disastrous Obama Cap and Trade plan.
Conservative stalwart and House Minority Whip Eric Cantor is going ahead with plans to participate in a fundraiser for Cap and Trade sellout New Jersey Congressman Leonard Lance on July 30 according to Conservatives With Attitude.