Since Democrat Joe Manchin, West Virginia Governor and Senate candidate, literally shot a copy of the “Cap and Trade” bill that DC Democrats tend to support, it’s been clear that Republican John Raese’s easy days of running against Barack Obama were going to get harder.
But the new Orion Strategies poll for Marshall University of the race just isn’t credible. Read More
Did you know that every time Washington issues a new environmental regulation somebody loses and somebody profits? Did you know that being an activist working for new environmental regulation can be a very lucrative way to make a living? Read More
The words “subsidy” and “government” don’t actually appear in this Bloomberg story, but that’s what General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt was talking about in his complaints about the lack of a U.S. energy policy:
You actually have to have an energy policy,” Immelt said. “It’s stupid what we have today.” Read More
Here’s what a major mid-term correction looks like:
On March 16, when confronted by members of the Jefferson Area Tea Party, Rep. Tom Perriello, D-Va., made a startling confession: Read More
The last few weeks have seen those who advocate strict regulatory regimes on greenhouse gases scrambling to regain their footing in the wake of a landslide of bad news that started with the comically weak vote last Summer for climate legislation in the House (just 219 yeas), continued through the release of the Climategate emails, the disastrous breakdown of the international effort to address global warming at the U.N. Read More
New job losses would not ordinarily qualify as good news, but Reuters reports that a lack of Senate action on cap-and-trade legislation is forcing the Chicago Climate Exchange to lay off about half of its remaining “really talente Read More
Well, the job-killing proposal is dead for the time being, anyway: Read More
How will the Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act affect your state?
The Institute for Energy Research has a new interactive map showing the percentage of carbon-based fuels used by each state. The higher the percentage, the greater the cost if Kerry-Lieberman passes. Read More
Americans are on to President Obama’s attempt to use the BP oil spill as an excuse to pass his highly unpopular cap-and-trade legislation. Read More
Don’t mention the oil spill!
That’s what President Obama told Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., when he tried to bring up the real environmental disaster currently afflicting the Gulf of Mexico, at a White House meeting of 20 senators convened to discuss climate change legislation. ABC News reports on what happened when Alexander brought it up: Read More