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Unions Criticize Obama’s Delay of Keystone XL Pipeline

Good Friday brought bad news for American consumers and union workers.

04/23/2014
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Watch Deneen and Tom Borelli on Hannity

Deneen and Tom appeared together on Hannity’s studio audience panel How to Save America on March 7.

03/21/2014
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EPA is the Real Threat to Our Power Grid

BY Tom Borelli

Following a sniper attack on electricity transformers last year in California, policy makers are now expressing concerns over the vulnerability of our power grid to a terrorist attack.

03/21/2014
Study Shows Fracking Good for Water Conservation
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Study Shows Fracking Good for Water Conservation

Fracking is one of those issues that gets people really riled up, and almost always, the most prominent and vocal detractors have no idea what they’re talking about. Those who study the issue and follow the science tend to support fracking. Recently, we have been given another reason to do so: the very water which fracktivists claim is harmed by fracking. 

01/02/2014
Hollywood Anti-Fracking Activists Proven Wrong
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Hollywood Anti-Fracking Activists Proven Wrong

Celebrity “activists” are everywhere and they love to tell us how to live our lives. They're often oblivious to the effects of bad policy on real people, and in this case, why would they care about providing affordable energy to the masses? They can afford skyrocketing electricity rates, why can't you?  Yes, the latest round of celebrity do-gooders have plenty of opinions about fracking. Also true to form, these celebrity fracktivists are terribly misinformed. 

12/04/2013
American Lands Council - A Constitutional Means To Financial Stability For Western States
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American Lands Council - A Constitutional Means To Financial Stability For Western States

The American Lands Council recently came to Oregon to discuss the dichotomy between Eastern and Western states in the percentage of land owned by the federal government.

11/29/2013
Environmentalists and Big Oil Agree: Ethanol Mandates Have Got to Go
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Environmentalists and Big Oil Agree: Ethanol Mandates Have Got to Go

The Obama administration has had a rough go with their attempts to make America more “green” over the past few years.

11/13/2013
Washers That Don’t Wash and Dryers That Don’t Dry
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Washers That Don’t Wash and Dryers That Don’t Dry

We had to replace our 12-year-old washer and dryer a while back.“What a compelling lead sentence, Jon! I can’t wait to see how this cliffhanger ends!” Don’t worry, I’ll get to the point soon.

09/18/2013
Washington State Makes Nonsensical Ruling On Coal Export Impact Study
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Washington State Makes Nonsensical Ruling On Coal Export Impact Study

On July 31, a joint press release was issued by Whatcom (WA) County, the Washington State Department of Ecology, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announcing the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a proposed coal export terminal and rail spur at Cherry Point. The proposed study opens the door for state and federal bureaucrats to decide that global warming impacts, local atmospheric conditions in foreign countries and other non-local impacts can be considered in the approval process.

08/01/2013
Making Hydroelectric Power Renewable Again
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Making Hydroelectric Power Renewable Again

It might surprise you to learn that hydroelectric power is not renewable energy. Well, it's not considered renewable in Oregon, anyway. Despite the fact that the engine of electricity production literally falls from the sky - at a higher than average rate for the United States.  Due to bureaucratic nonsense, hydroelecric power cannot be applied to the state's mandate to produce 25% of its power from renewable resources. Luckily, a plucky group of citizens has picked up on this anomaly and is attempting to correct the problem.

07/01/2013

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