The American Spectator: Voice of Big Oil?

The August 27 blog post “Corny Capitalism” on the American Spectator website begs the question: When did The American Spectator stop fact checking?  In fact, with the outdated information used

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The Games They’ll Play to Keep Us Addicted to Oil

The Big Oil Status Quo coalition is up to their old games again.  They are deploying every stall tactic they can think of to keep the EPA from making a

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Senate to Adjourn with No Energy Bill… Not That Anyone is Surprised

On April 20, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig suffered an extraordinary catastrophe costing 11 people their lives and spilling hundreds of millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of

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World Bank Reverses Course on Blame for 2007/2008 Commodity and Food Price Spike

A newly released report  from the Development Prospects Group at the World Bank, conludes that “…the effect of biofuels on food prices has not been as large as originally thought,

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Environmentalists Expose Big Oil’s Record of Destruction… Finally

The National Wildlife Federation report entitled “ASSAULT ON AMERICA:  A Decade of Petroleum Company Disaster, Pollution, and Profit” released today takes a hard look at all the oil spills and

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Protecting Our Addiction to Oil Comes at a Cost

For years now, we have heard environmentalists and some in the government tell us that gasoline production and oil use don’t have indirect greenhouse gas emissions.  It is only biofuels

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A new report from the Congressional Budget Office takes the issue of ethanol tax incentives completely out of context.   Nowhere in the report does CBO compare ethanol incentives to those

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Funny if it Weren’t so Sad

Environmentalists may lack some concrete solutions today to actively address the nation’s energy challenges, but one thing they are not short on is creativity – at least when it comes

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