Energy security is not only a day-to-day issue for millions of citizens in our region, but it is one of the most important security challenges that America’s allies face in Central and Eastern Europe today, ambassadors from the four nations wrote
Middle class families are doing everything they can to scrape by, and they deserve a better shot than they’re getting under this administration.
When low and middle income Americans have to cut back on groceries just to pay their heating bills, President Obama and Democrats in Washington have no excuse for standing in the way of more American energy.
Speaker Boehner highlighted this week’s House action to help hardworking families by addressing home energy costs, and providing all Americans the same break from the president’s health care law...
The bill is backed by both parties, and Senate Democrats should waste no time in sending it to the president’s desk.
House Republicans are advancing a series of bills this week aimed at providing long-term relief from sky high energy costs
We should not force our allies to remain dependent on Putin for their energy needs. Ending this de facto ban and expediting approval of natural gas exports is one clear step the U.S. can take to stand by our allies and stand up to Russian aggression.
Boehner urged President Obama to approve the Keystone pipeline, and to call Democratic leaders and make the case for Trade Promotion Authority.
Boehner took the president to task for continuing to block the Keystone pipeline...despite promising in 2009 that “the days of science taking a back seat to ideology are over.”
"If President Obama wants to make this a ‘year of action’ he will stand up to the extreme Left in his own party, stand with the overwhelming majority of American people, and approve this critical project.”