With a Republican Congress, every budget battle is about ratcheting down the things our government does to make our lives better. This year was no exception. But We the People got some things out of the bargaining.
The World's Best Son© lectures us that climate change science is "incentivized" by funding.
After decades of operating with complete disregard for the environment, the dirty energy industry finally has to face the music for destroying the wetlands that form a natural barrier against storm damage in the state of Louisiana.
Oil companies are anxious to mine resources anywhere they find them, and if they cannot, they sue for lost revenues.
I guess John Boehner believes that whoever yells the loudest wins, because he decided to throw another temper tantrum on the floor of the House this Friday -- John Boeher On ‘War On Women’: ‘Give Me A Break’:
Communist, Socialist, Marxist... it's all apparently the same if you're Bill O'Reilly and Lou Dobbs out there lobbing insults at former Secretary of Labor and professor Robert Reich for daring to say the United States should be investing in things
Cavuto And Obenshain Push For Ryan's Budget Cuts To Infrastructure In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Irene
While we're still in the middle watching the devastating flooding left in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene (which Neil Cavuto, incidentally, was just showing some of ahead of this segment) and the likelihood that President Obama is going to come out
Utah's Senator Orrin Hatch is terribly upset with the mean old Democrats for setting up those poor little oil company executives during their hearing this week. Utah’s Orrin Hatch accuses Democrats of setting up oil company CEO’s for public
Newstalgia Reference Room - an interview from Meet The Press with Walter Levy, Economist and oil consultant regarding the Arab Oil Embargo of 1973 and its effect on world oil prices. From November 23, 1973
Rep. Marcy Kaptur: When Are We Going To Ask Wall Street And The Oil Companies To Pay Their Share In Taxes?
During the debate over the continuing resolution that the House passed today, Rep. Marcy Kaptur asked when we're going to get some of that shared sacrifice from Wall Street and the oil company executives instead of balancing the budget off of the
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