Energy

Tell Republicans to end Ex-Im's corrupt corporate welfare!

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On Wednesday, the House will vote on reauthorization of a corporate welfare slush fund known as the Export-Import Bank. The bill, H.R. 2072, would expand Ex-Im’s borrowing authority from $100 billion to $140 billion, potentially putting taxpayers on the hook for the full amount.

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How a bureaucratic dictate becomes a law

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Published: 1:55 PM 05/01/2012
By Phil Kerpen
President, American Commitment

High school civics students and aficionados of “Schoolhouse Rock!” can be forgiven if they are bewildered by what took place in the U.S. Senate last week. It was Barack “We Can’t Wait” Obama’s new process of turning a bill into a law — not by duly passing it in both houses of Congress, but by issuing bureaucratic dictates and counting on Senate Democrats to block any effort to stop them.

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EPA video reveals Team Obama's scary crusade against affordable, reliable energy

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By Phil Kerpen
Published April 27, 2012
FoxNews.com

The EPA is supposed to protect the environment, not crucify industries that it dislikes. But as the sensational video that recently surfaced shows, all too often the agency does the latter.

If the problem began and ended with EPA Region 6 administrator Al Armendariz, then dismissing him would be enough to solve it. Unfortunately, Armendariz merely used more colorful language to describe an approach that has driven the agenda of President Obama's EPA.

Read the rest at Fox News Opinion.



Electric rates will soar now that Obama's EPA has crushed coal-fired power plants

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By Phil Kerpen

Published March 29, 2012 | FoxNews.com

With the country focused on this week’s high drama at the Supreme Court, President Obama’s EPA quietly released long-delayed regulations to apply global warming rules never authorized by Congress to new coal-fired power plants.

That Obama’s EPA would release a rule to destroy coal-fired electricity while the president gives stump speeches about an “all of the above” energy policy is an insult to the American people.

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