California, joined by 22 other states and jurisdictions, is suing to block the Administration’s efforts to revoke the state’s waiver to impose tougher clean air regulations.
President Trump reverses a decision made by President Obama just over a year ago.
Eliminating the department would mean parceling out most of its activities to other federal agencies, a sleight of hand maneuver that might create the appearance of smaller government but would disrupt the ordinary operations of the federal government.
Canada is phasing out coal as a source of electricity production by 2030. The same thing will happen in the United States no matter how much politicians try to stop it.
Trump was alternately somnambulant, petulant, stalking, incoherent, and dangerous.
National tragedies, whether man-made or natural disasters, used to bring Americans together. Now they just seem to pull Americans apart.
Thanks largely to the fact that she has moved left on coal, Hillary Clinton seems likely to lose today’s West Virginia primary. But it will have only a minimal impact on Clinton’s quest for a delegate majority.
A political earthquake north of the border.
Being required to demonstrate competency in liberal arts to teach is racially discriminatory, a federal judge has ruled.
The world oil markets aren’t too far away from being hit by the shock of massively increased demand from China. Somehow, we’ll have to adapt.
Gas prices are falling nationwide but that’s mostly because the economy kind of stinks.
Phony wars on Stay At Home Moms, dogs, and Osama bin Laden. The Obama campaign is pointing at the shiny object, and the right is falling for it.
The cause of the pain you’re feeling at the pump has little to do with domestic energy policy.
Anyone who falls for this needs to look into bridges in Brooklyn and oceanfront property in Arizona.
The Obama Administration has halted, for the moment, a pipeline project that has become a political football.
Romney consolidated his position as the presumptive nominee, Perry continued his disintegration, Cain discovered what it was like to be a serious candidate, and Bachmann doubled down on crazy.
And, the week closes out with another round of rumors about New Jersey’s Governor.
Another round of rumors is out claiming that Chris Christie is thinking about running for President.
Environmentalists are upset by President Obama’s decision to abandon stringent new smog regulations, but he made the right decision.
Last night’s Presidential Debate in South Carolina was interesting, but, in the end, not very important.
A new study suggests that increases in the price of gasoline have very little impact on consumer behavior. If that’s true, it has serious implications for energy policy.
As gas and oil prices rise, the pressure is increasing to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. It’s a dumb idea.