It’s beginning to look like initial reports that the Gulf of Mexico oil spill had been “cleaned up” may not be true after all.
In arguing against lifting liability caps on offshore drilling, the Wall Street Journal is arguing against both moral responsibility and the free market.
Now that the flood of oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig has been staunched, some are arguing that the prophesied environmental catastrophe was greatly overblown.
800,000 gallons of oil have leaked from a pipeline into a creek that flows into the Kalamazoo River. BP is not involved.
The Department of the Interior has, unwisely and unnecessarily, reimposed the ban on deep water offshore drilling.
Contrary to popular belief, Adolf Hitler didn’t come to power by democratic means or because of his ability to whip the public into a frenzy.
A group of oceanographers suggest that the oil from the Deepwater Horizon explosion will leave the Gulf in a few months. What happens then?
A Federal Judge in Louisiana has told the Obama Administration that it can’t ban offshore drilling in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
President Obama continues to suffer politically as a result of the oil spill crisis.
Should Obama waive restrictions on international shipping, as Bush did during Katrina? It’s more complicated than you may think.
The Florida Senate race has taken a turn that few people expected thanks to the political impact of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.