Tag: Energy

Obama Administration Oversees Big Decline in American Energy Production on Federal Lands

May 04, 2015

With the exception of his speech at the Florida Everglades last week, President Obama likes to tell virtually every crowd that “America is number one in oil and gas” production. He’s right – but to borrow his line from 2012, he didn’t build that. A new, nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) report reveals that from 2010 to 2014: Read More

Energy & Water Bill Puts Jobs & Economic Growth First

May 01, 2015

With economic growth uneven at best, it’s more imperative than ever that we focus on common-sense solutions that will help create more jobs, strengthen the economy, and increase opportunities for all Americans. Read More

VIDEO: The First 100 Days

April 17, 2015

“We’ve got a lot more to do,” Speaker Boehner says in a new video recapping the first 100 days of America’s new Congress, a period that saw real progress on the people’s priorities. Read More

President Obama Should Stand Up to Putin, Provide Energy & Arms to Ukraine

March 06, 2015

A year ago, Russian-backed militants forcibly took control of key buildings in a part of Ukraine called Crimea. In the days that followed, the attacks grew and violence escalated. Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed ownership of the territory and sent in columns of tanks. As the world watched the invasion live on TV, President Obama shrugged it off as “not really a shift.” Read More

Keystone Jobs Veto Draws Swift Rebuke From Editorial Boards

February 25, 2015

"He has cast his lot with environmental hysterics" Read More

“A National Embarrassment”: Speaker Boehner on President Obama’s Veto of Keystone Jobs Bill

February 24, 2015

The president is just too close to environmental extremists to stand up for America’s workers. He’s too invested in left-fringe politics to do what presidents are called on to do, and that’s put the national interest first. Read More

Will President Obama Deny Science on Keystone?

February 20, 2015

On January 21, 2009, The New York Times celebrated what it perceived as “an end to eight years of stark tension between science and government” and the start of a new era in which government officials no longer “insisted on tight control over even routine functions of key agencies.” The paper’s inspiration was President Obama’s Inaugural Address, delivered the day before. America’s new chief executive proclaimed: Read More

Three Years, 30+ Surveys, One Message for the President: Approve the Keystone Pipeline

February 19, 2015

In addition to the tens of thousands of jobs the project would create, survey after survey shows that a majority of Americans overwhelmingly, and consistently, support building the pipeline. Read More

Will the President Say No to All the Democrats Who Back Keystone?

February 18, 2015

The president’s threat to veto legislation approving the pipeline isn’t just a knock against the labor unions and small businesses that back the project, it’s a knock against members of his own party who support the pipeline and are calling on him to do the same. Read More

Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma to Deliver the Weekly Republican Address

February 13, 2015

Gov. Fallin will discuss the Keystone XL pipeline, and its potential to help create good-paying jobs and bolster our nation’s energy security. Read More

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