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Trump Looking To Boost His ‘Energy Dominance’ Agenda With The Stroke Of A Pen

President Donald Trump has overseen unprecedented growth of the U.S. energy industry, helped in large part by his “energy  dominance” agenda. However, the administration has been hit with roadblocks from the courts and Democratic governors who oppose his energy agenda. The president is considering a number of executive orders that would usurp state authority and streamline pipeline projects. The move ...

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Here Are Trump’s Largest ‘Energy Dominance’ Actions Of 2018

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President Donald Trump has directed his administration to press for “energy dominance.” The Trump agenda has largely consisted of undoing environmental regulations put in place under the Obama administration and opening up federal land to energy production. Democrats and environmentalists have fought Trump’s energy agenda through Congress and the courts, but have not stopped significant wins for the administration. President ...

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Rick Perry: Rising LNG Exports a Sign Trump’s Infrastructure Policies Paying Off

The White House released a statement Thursday morning touting the Trump administration’s successful energy and infrastructure policies. From the office of the press secretary: State and local leaders are being empowered by President Donald Trump to decide how best to rebuild America’s aging infrastructure. Rising LNG exports a sign Trump administration’s infrastructure policies are paying off By Secretary Rick Perry ...

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America Remains World’s Top Energy Producer

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Bank of America reports that the United States will remain the world’s top energy producer this year and for some time to come despite the current administration’s attempts to curb energy exploration and transportation. President Obama has done everything within his power (and some things not so within it) to suppress American energy production. As Bank of America reported, America’s ...

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Soros’ Anti-Frack Attack in MN

Leftwing progressive organization, Land Stewardship Project bussed in activists from rural Minnesota to lobby for a “temporary moratorium” (read: 30 year moratorium that will never go away) on silica sand mining in the state, a direct attack on the natural gas industry. The silica sand has been used for decades in hydraulic fracturing – also known as “fracking” – to ...

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Fracking Under Attack

Hydraulic fracturing in Minnesota is about to take another big hit as environmental activists bus in from around the state to descend on the Capitol in St. Paul. A joint hearing of energy committess in the Minnesota House and Senate is expected to discuss a 30 year moratorium on silica sand mining on Tuesday, February 19th at 12:00 noon at ...

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Give Them The Wealth

“THIS IS A MAJOR DEAL” – Van Jones on changes made by the Department of the Interior to free up Indian lands for renewable energy production. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced changes in how the federal government will grant permits for the development of wind and other surface energy production on tribal lands saying, “This final step caps the most ...

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Obama’s War on Energy is about Control

When one thinks of energy, the thoughts about economic growth rarely come into play.  In fact, most take it for granted.  It charges our iPhones, laptops, and Kindles, but it also is the lifeblood that keeps our economy growing.  It’s also the critical element that keeps our health services running.  It allows us to channel our resources elsewhere – to ...

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Energy Starts American Recovery

America needs to become energy independent. America’s dependence on foreign energy puts her at great risk in a world that grows increasingly unstable. Given the current political upheavals in the Middle East, this reality is more than slapping America in the face. Those who claim to be “progressive” feel a compulsive obsession to force Americans into accepting the “green energy” ...

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White House to Blame for High Gas Prices

With Hurricane Isaac’s slamming the American gulf coast putting a temporary halt to oil production and refinery output, consumers can expect to see higher prices at the pump. Just in time for the Labor Day holiday. Before Hurricane Isaac came along, gasoline costs were at an almost four month high.  The nationwide average rose to $3.75 a gallon on Aug. ...

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America Needs a New Sheriff

The American labor market showed few signs of new life in the latest jobs report.   First time filings for unemployment benefits rose again last week to a one-month high.  Claims rose for a second week, by 4,000 for the period ended Aug. 18.  After economists had predicted 365,000 new claims, the number climbed to 372,000. The administration continues to cite ...

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Luxury Tax 2.0 – Obama’s War on Prosperity

President Obama keeps asking “Do you want to return to the failed policies of the past?” At the same time he is urging us to envy those who have worked very hard and risked their own capital to make the American dream come true. An examination of that question might be in order. Those who are not willing to just ...

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Obama’s Five Year Plan

The US (through President Barack Hussein Obama’s failed green energy policies and his desire to repay campaign contributors) has decided to pursue green energy. Obama promised that green industries would create millions of jobs after he took office. His administration earmarked billions of dollars for investment in “clean” industry. But no matter how you define a “green” job, the numbers ...

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