Monthly Archives: December 2011

Nick Loris on the Keystone Pipeline on FBN

Nick Loris discusses the Keystone pipeline. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Delay Obstructs Energy, Jobs

The Obama Administration has announced that it will delay the decision to approve or reject construction of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline until after the presidential elections in 2012. The pipeline would carry oil from Canada to U.S. refineries on the Gulf Coast—creating jobs, supplying energy from a secure […] Read the original post […]

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POWER Act Contains Bad Energy Policy

The POWER Act would result in less energy, higher costs, and a less competitive renewable energy industry. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Istook919 Pipeline and Tax Dilemma

Istook Bill approving payroll tax cut and keystone pipeline Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Lachlan Markay on Defense Spending on Bio-Fuels on FBN

Lachlan Markay discusses defense spending on bio-fuels. Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Istook917 Fighting over Dust

Istook new possible EPA regulation on dust Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Rare Earth and Energy Critical Elements: The Market is Working

Because prices may go up as well as down, the U.S. government should gather information on possible market shifts. For the same reason, demands for further government intervention in ECEs are being made on the basis of conditions that would no longer apply when the intervention became effective. In contrast, […] Read the original post […]

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Istook913 Squeezing Growth

Istook Environmentalists stopping growth Read the original post by miscellaneous

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Tapping Our Energy Potential

Imagine a place where jobs are plentiful and the housing market is thriving. A place where even low-paying service jobs come with signing bonuses and other benefits. Sound too good to be true? No. It’s real, and it’s right here in the United States. The scenario described above can be […] Read the original post […]

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