Bloomberg Gets Duped by Anti-RFS Crowd

Here we go again. We didn’t think it could get much worse than the Associated Press hit piece on ethanol in late 2013. But an ethanol hatchet job by Bloomberg

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The View from the Other Side

I was a reporter professionally since 1999, but I have always loved writing and finding out the real story for as long as I can remember. Throughout my professional term,

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RFA Issues One-Pager to Correct Anti-Ethanol Rhetoric on the Presidential Campaign Trail

WASHINGTON — In response to the anti-ethanol rhetoric that has been dominating the presidential campaign in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) sent a one-pager

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What’s App-ening?

I’m old school. I remember fondly the sound a typewriter carriage makes. I remember the days before cell phones; and that sure complicated my life on my wedding day when I

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Fuels America Launches Major National TV and Digital Ad Campaign, Website on Earth Day

WASHINGTON — Fuels America coalition members today announced the launch of the “Oil Rigged” television and digital ad campaign and OilRigged.com to expose the many ways the oil industry is

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The Real Risks to Boaters: False API Ads and Oil Slicks

WASHINGTON — This morning, the American Petroleum Institute (API) debuted yet another brazenly flawed ad meant to do nothing more than scare and misinform Americans in the name of protecting

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John Stossel’s a Coward But Why Is the Mainstream Media Afraid of the Facts?

Recently I was invited to participate in a segment of John Stossel’s Fox Business show. He was dedicating his show to energy “myths” and intended to do a segment on

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RFA Releases “40 Facts About Ethanol” Video

Washington, D.C. – The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) today released a new video entitled “40 Facts About Ethanol.” It is a fast-paced, up-tempo, animated data-based review of ethanol past, present

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AEC Response to The Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON — The Wall Street Journal editorial board has once again demonstrated that it either does not understand why Congress decided to require oil companies to use cellulosic biofuels five years ago or

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Washington – As promised, the Renewable Fuels Association submitted an opinion piece for publication in the Wall Street Journal.  After all, in a recent editorial, the Journal editorial staff said

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