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Arctic oil reserves offer an energy alternative
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Arctic oil reserves offer an energy alternative

BY Monte E. Seehorn

In one of her recent columns, Joan King, as usual, blames the Bush administration for all our energy problems. She takes it to task for considering nuclear power, and for even considering drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. She furthermore criticizes the administration for developing energy policies "behind closed doors."

11/28/2005
FreedomWorks Battles Against Gas Tax Hikes
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Press Release

FreedomWorks Battles Against Gas Tax Hikes

On Oct. 13, 2004, FreedomWorks Director of Public Affairs Chris Kinnan appeared on CNNfn to argue against the gas tax and in favor of exploratory drilling in Alaska.

11/17/2004
FreedomWorks Battles Against Gas Tax Hikes
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Press Release

FreedomWorks Battles Against Gas Tax Hikes

On Oct. 13, 2004, FreedomWorks Director of Public Affairs Chris Kinnan appeared on CNNfn to argue against the gas tax and in favor of exploratory drilling in Alaska.

11/17/2004
Kerry’s Energy Agenda
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Press Release

Kerry’s Energy Agenda

This article also appeared at National Review Online on August 12, 2004. Senator John Kerry has said that he wants to bring down energy prices for families and businesses, and make America less dependent on foreign sources of energy. But Kerry's Senate record contradicts his campaign rhetoric.

08/13/2004
CSE Urges NO Vote on S. 139, the Climate Stewardship Act
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Press Release

CSE Urges NO Vote on S. 139, the Climate Stewardship Act

Dear Senator:

10/29/2003
CSE Urges NO Vote on S. 139, the Climate Stewardship Act
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Press Release

CSE Urges NO Vote on S. 139, the Climate Stewardship Act

Dear Senator:

10/29/2003
Congressional inaction on energy threatens consumers
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Congressional inaction on energy threatens consumers

BY By ALICE CLICK - guest columnist

Energy heats and cools our homes and fuels our transportation system. When the August blackout plunged millions of Americans into darkness, it became clear -- without necessary investments and without sound energy policies -- there is no guarantee that the lights will stay on. President Bush called the blackout "a wake-up call" to modernize the aging infrastructure of the nation’s power grid. The sudden loss of power serves as an important reminder that all energy -- not just electricity -- is critical to the American economy.

09/04/2003
Congressional inaction on energy threatens consumers
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Press Release

Congressional inaction on energy threatens consumers

This op-ed originally appeared in the West Virginia Herald-Dispatch on September 3, 2003. Energy heats and cools our homes and fuels our transportation system. When the August blackout plunged millions of Americans into darkness, it became clear -- without necessary investments and without sound energy policies -- there is no guarantee that the lights will stay on.

09/04/2003
A "Wake-Up Call" on Energy
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Press Release

A "Wake-Up Call" on Energy

From Detroit to New York, last week’s blackout plunged millions of Americans into darkness. President Bush said it was a wake-up call to modernize the aging infrastructure of the power grid. But the sudden loss of power serves as an important reminder that all energy—not just electricity—is critical to the American economy. Energy has been an abundant, low-priced resource that today many in America take for granted. As the blackout made clear, without the necessary investments and without sound energy policies, there is no guarantee that the lights will stay on.

08/20/2003
CSE Key Votes Cloture on S. 14, the “Energy Policy Act of 2003”
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CSE Key Votes Cloture on S. 14, the “Energy Policy Act of 2003”

July 22, 2003 Dear Senator: On behalf of the 280,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote YES on cloture on S. 14, the “Energy Policy Act of 2003.” While we are concerned with several elements of S. 14 as it is currently written, it does not appear that further debate by the full Senate will improve the bill. Indeed, our assessment of the pending amendments to S. 14 is that the vast majority constitute bad policy. That’s why CSE is urging a Yes vote to end debate and move the bill forward.

07/31/2003

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