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Tell the Obama Administration to Stop Using a 1970's Relic to Pursue His Radical Environmental Agenda

Have you noticed how the price of electronics and appliances like TVs, refrigerators, computers, or cell phones have been continuous declining as a result of technological progress, but the cost of new cars has been increasing? This is not some special quirk of the car market; it is the result of a deliberate policy by the federal government, prodded by radical environmentalists, to increase the cost of purchasing a new car. One of the chief mechanisms for this war on affordability are Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) mandates, which cost consumers tens of billions of dollars per year. Punishingly high CAFE standards have become a weapon of choice for radical leftists in their efforts to dictate how Americans must live.

08/31/2016
Top Ten Reasons to Eliminate Renewable Fuel Standards
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Top Ten Reasons to Eliminate Renewable Fuel Standards

Top Ten Reasons to Eliminate Renewable Fuel Standards By Scott Alford

08/09/2013
Government Fuel Standards: You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat it too
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Government Fuel Standards: You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat it too

Government environmental regulations are actively working against each other, in the latest example of the unprecedented lack of leadership in the executive branch.   The Obama White House and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have each imposed contradictory regulations upon the automobile and oil industries in an attempt to reduce fuel consumption yet increase renewable fuel production.

06/25/2013
Smaller Cars are Twice as Deadly
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Smaller Cars are Twice as Deadly

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FINALLY, someone in the mainstream media covers the one aspect of the automotive fuel standards debate that almost everyone-- even most Republicans-- ignores: the inconvenient fact that smaller, lighter cars are more dangerous to drive.

10/28/2007