The Pebble mine proposal is a classic David vs. Goliath scenario.
Energy & Environment
Congressional leadership is jumping through legislative hoops on behalf of polluters.
Al Gore has said the corn ethanol mandate “was not good policy.”
Junking this obsolete policy would be a boon to economic growth and job creators.
Given how oil markets have changed since the SPR was set up 40 years ago, a supply disruption anywhere raises prices everywhere.
Particularly in the North Atlantic, there are no large permanently protected ocean reserves.
EPA “mandates” result in 44 percent od corn being diverted from food and feed to ethanol.
The PREPARE Act is a bipartisan, no-cost, and commonsense disaster preparedness bill.
On September 30, authorization for the program expired.
WOTUS would constitute a massive expansion of federal power and a usurpation of states’ authority.