Monthly Archives: November 2011

CAFE Standards: Fleet-Wide Fuel Economy Regulations Costly and Unwarranted

Congress should bar the EPA and the NHTSA from implementing and enforcing their new fuel-efficiency standards. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Stuffed with CO2 Regulations

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson recently announced that her agency would proceed with twice-delayed regulations targeting power plants that emit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Climate Change Regulations and the New EPA Report

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) has released a report showing that the EPA did not comply with federal data guidelines when providing its technical support document (TSD) for the EPA’s 2009 “endangerment finding.” The EPA used the TSD to justify its endangerment findings and thus pave […] Read the original post […]

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David Kreutzer on the Keystone Pipeline on FBN

David Kreutzer discusses the Keystone Pipeline. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Istook895 Why Not Drill

Istook opening domestic land to drill for oil is a good thing Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Nick Loris on Solyndra and Green Energy on FBN

Nick Loris discusses the next Solyndra-esque scandal. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Nuclear Power in Japan: Implications of Nuclear Energy Withdrawal

Due to the accidents at the Fukushima nuclear plant in March 2011, the Japanese government is re-evaluating its commitment to nuclear energy. Japan’s apprehension about nuclear power is understandable, but closing nuclear plants or rejecting future construction would create substantial—and unnecessary—economic hardship. Japan must identify and fix what went wrong […] Read the original post […]

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Real Energy Tax Reform Eliminates Subsidies

The Energy Freedom and Economic Prosperity Act would take the country in the right direction: toward removing energy subsidies. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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