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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
The Fatal Conceit: Errors of Obama Administration Energy Policy
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The Fatal Conceit: Errors of Obama Administration Energy Policy

Amongst the litany of failures by the Obama administration’s domestic policy, none seems to be more salient than their naïve utopian energy policy.  You can already hear the clamoring of “drill baby drill” bellowing from conservative pundits and average Americans, who are adversely affected by skyrocketing energy prices and deficient energy policy.

03/03/2011
Virginia Energy Forum - Please attend and invite others!
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Virginia Energy Forum - Please attend and invite others!

FreedomWorks is helping promote this energy issues forum in Richmond, Virginia on Tuesday, April 7th.  Please consider attending if you are able and invite others in your area to go as well.  Details below...Please Join Lt. Governor Bill Bolling and Senator Frank Wagner for a forum discussing Virginia’s Offshore Oil & Gas Supply & Potential of Royalty RevenuesSoutheast Energy Alliance and Virginia Manufacturers AssociationOffshore Oil and Gas & Potential Royalty Revenue Forum830 East Main StreetRichmond, VA

03/25/2009
FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy

FreedomWorks North Carolina Legislative Liaison Kathy Hartkopft writes: On Tuesday, February 17, North Carolina FreedomWorks members visited with Senator Richard Burr and the office staff of Senator Kay Hagan.  At a rally held in Raleigh, activists met up with and thanked Senator Burr for his continued support of energy exploration off the North Carolina coast. Activists visited the Raleigh office of Senator Hagan to encourage her to support the measure.

02/19/2009