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"Top 10 Reasons to Support Chris McDaniel for MS Sen."
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Top Ten Reasons to Support Chris McDaniel for U.S. Senate in Mississippi

Chris McDaniel has said that the federal government does not have the constitutional authority to mandate health-care on the people.

05/28/2014
Layers of Hypocrisy: Moratorium on Domestic Offshore Drilling
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Layers of Hypocrisy: Moratorium on Domestic Offshore Drilling

Following the BP oil spill, the Obama administration issued a moratorium on American offshore drilling. Yet at the same time the administration is not only applauding Brazil’s new offshore drilling project, but is actively supporting the venture. President Obama’s rhetoric about environmental damage from offshore drilling and his efforts to promote job creation in the economy prove empty in the face of his support for Brazil’s offshore drilling project.

04/28/2011
EPA and Radical Environmentalists Increasing Energy Costs
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EPA and Radical Environmentalists Increasing Energy Costs

Shell Oil Company has announced the suspension of its energy exploration efforts in the Arctic Ocean off the northern coast of Alaska.  The move comes after the Environmental Protection Agency denied the issuance of air permits critical to the formation of the oil drilling projects.  

04/27/2011
Freudian Slip Means Boon for Brazil
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Freudian Slip Means Boon for Brazil

Rising energy and gas prices are ravaging the wallets of American citizens and President Obama has taken bold, decisive steps in order to secure an abundant supply of oil in the United States for the foreseeable future.   This bold plan entails the outsourcing of American energy production to other countries such as Brazil.  Indeed, this new strategy represents the stale status quo that has been on autopilot for as long as Americans ca

03/23/2011
The Insufficiency of Obama's Drilling Initiative...
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The Insufficiency of Obama's Drilling Initiative...

President Obama recently articulated his plans to begin drilling for oil and natural gas off the coasts of North Carolina, Virginia, Florida and Alaska. Obama conveyed, at Andrew Air Force Base, the importance of exploiting the natural resources along our coastlines that will spur job growth, and diminish our dependence on foreign oil imports.

04/06/2010
Help Stop Another Threat to U.S. Energy Security
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Help Stop Another Threat to U.S. Energy Security

Don’t look now, but another threat to America’s access to affordable energy looms on the horizon.Recently, Nancy Pelosi and her fellow liberals in Congress passed a massive new Cap and Trade Energy Tax in the House.  This potentially devastating legislation that would threaten thousands of American jobs and cause energy prices to skyrocket now moves to the Senate and could be voted on as early as September.  Meanwhile, the Obama Administration is attacking our energy security on another front.Soon after he was confirmed as Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar announced that his department would be scrapping the plan for offshore oil and natural gas drilling and exploration developed by the previous administration.  Every five years the Department of the Interior’s U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS), the agency responsible for offshore oil and gas leasing in the United States, develops a Five-Year Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) leasing program that helps schedule offshore oil and gas lease sales.  Instead of sticking to the plan in place, Salazar’s MMS is changing the rules on energy companies in the middle of the game.Please call Secretary Salazar at 1(877) 851-2516 and tell him that altering the Draft Proposed Program for 2010-2015 already in place, threatens our energy supply and could send gas prices through the roof.The Obama Administration has made no secret about their desire to see less oil, gas, and other tried-and-true fossil fuels on the table and their plans to limit energy production will increase energy prices.  The truth is, we need all energy options on the table and the government shouldn’t be picking and choosing winners.  Higher energy costs mean fewer jobs and rising costs on everything from food to transportation to heating and electricity.  Expanding offshore drilling and producing more energy would lower costs and help create more jobs.  The middle of an economic crisis is no time to start changing how business is done for the businesses, workers, and families that rely on the availability of the billions of barrels of oil and trillions of cubic feet of natural gas just off our own shores.  New technology has made energy exploration more environmentally friendly and safer for workers. Call Secretary Salazar at 1(877) 851-2516 and tell him we need more energy not less.  And if you have another moment, please send an email to the agency. Let him know you support the Draft Proposed Program for 2010-2015 – the plan already in place.

07/15/2009