America’s economy is the greatest in the world, but we are far from our potential—anemic growth, flat wages, and more than 94 million people out of the workforce. 

There is a better way, and it starts with getting government OUT of the way. 


“The Paris climate deal would be disastrous for the American economy. It carelessly throws away the great gains that the United States has made over the past decade in energy development."
“Whether you are a consumer, a worker, or a small business owner, our regulatory system should work for you, and even with you, but never against you."

WASHINGTON — Today, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) appointed 24 House Republican lawmakers to serve on a bipartisan conference committee charged with producing final legislation to modernize our energy laws to create more American jobs and a stronger economy. The conference with Senate lawmakers will yield the first comprehensive energy package in close to 10 years.

It’s only a few days into March Madness, but the president has already racked up a few fouls when it comes to energy policy this month.

In advance of their first idea forum today, the chairs of the Task Force on Reducing Regulatory Burdens released their mission statement.

Today, Congress added another arrow in its quiver in our fight for American energy.

This battle is over the crown jewel of the Obama climate legacy: the “Clean Power Plan,” a massive regulation designed to devastate coal country and remake the power sector as we know it. What does this mean for Americans? You guessed it: higher energy costs.

In 16 seconds, here's everything you need to know about President Obama's last-ever budget to Congress. . .

 

WASHINGTON — In this week’s Republican address, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) discusses efforts to protect hardworking families from the Obama administration's war on affordable energy and jobs.

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