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Biden Makes Life In Alaska (And The Rest Of The Country) Worse

  • 01/20/22
  • IER
  • Blog

Despite high gasoline prices, the Biden administration is reversing a Trump policy that opened up land in Arctic Alaska to new oil development. Biden’s Department of the Interior will scrap the Trump policy that authorized expanded leasing and development in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, or NPR-A. The Trump administration approved a plan to allow oil leasing and development in 82 percent  of the 23-million-acre reserve (about the size of Indiana), which replaced a 2013 Obama...


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The Unregulated Podcast #66: Numbers

  • 01/14/22
  • AEA
  • Podcast

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast, Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna discuss the Biden administration's continued descent into madness and the latest happenings, and not happenings, in Washington.

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Forced Electricfication Threatens Winter Heating For American Families

  • 01/12/22
  • IER
  • Blog

Early January saw a massive snowstorm in the Washington D.C. area that resulted in downed wires and electricity outages for many households and businesses. Over 50 miles of Interstate 95 was closed to traffic with thousands of people stranded for hours as traffic was stopped. Vehicles ran out of fuel and electricity. Many affected households and businesses rely entirely on electricity for their energy requirements, which is the way many blue states and the Biden administration are moving...


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Freedom Molecules To Save Europe From Itself

  • 01/11/22
  • IER
  • Blog

The United States became the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in December 2021, edging out Qatar and Australia, as projects ramped up production and deliveries surged to Europe to help alleviate the energy crisis there. Output from U.S. LNG facilities edged above Qatar in December due mainly to an increase in exports from the Sabine Pass and Freeport facilities. A shale gas revolution, coupled with tens of billions of dollars of investments in liquefaction facilities,...


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The Unregulated Podcast #65: The Chron

  • 01/07/22
  • AEA
  • Podcast

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast, Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna discuss January 6th, Theranos, and the Supreme Court. Plus an extended Covid discussion with guest Phil Kerpen.


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The Unregulated Podcast #64: The Prediction Episode

  • 12/30/21
  • AEA
  • Podcast

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast, Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna make stunning and bold predictions for what will unfold in 2022.


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The Unregulated Podcast #63: Christmas Special

  • 12/25/21
  • AEA
  • Podcast

Biden Orders Federal Agencies On Wildly Expensive Fool's Errand

  • 12/16/21
  • IER
  • Blog

On December 8, President Biden directed federal agencies to cut the government’s carbon dioxide emissions by 65 percent by 2030 with the goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. Biden is directing federal car shoppers to buy only zero-emission passenger vehicles and light trucks by the end of fiscal year 2027 , with 100 percent compliance by all vehicles by 2050. His executive orders call for federal buildings to transition to net-zero emissions by 2045, by primarily powering the...


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The Unregulated Podcast #62: Greedy Meat Conglomerates

  • 12/16/21
  • AEA
  • Podcast

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna discuss Democrats' crazy attempts at inflation deflection and nail down what exactly is causing the consumer price index to skyrocket.

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Biden Directs Department of Energy to Flout the Law

One of the President’s most important jobs is to “take Care that the Laws are faithfully executed” as it says in Article II Section 3 of the Constitution. Put another way, an important purpose of the Executive Branch is to execute the laws. The Department of Energy, however, does not want to do that with research and development on oil, natural gas, and coal. In fact, they have gone so far as to say that it is “a central ethic of our [Fossil Energy] office is that if a non-fossil...


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