Biden and House Reconciliation Bill Writers are in La-La Land

President Biden’s climate policies and the House Democrats’ reconciliation bill will decimate U.S. energy industries along with millions of associated jobs while saddling consumers with skyrocketing prices and electricity blackouts. One only has to look at California and Europe to see that the goals of Biden’s climate policies and the reconciliation bill will eventually end up […]

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Biden Begs America’s Enemies For Oil While Attacking Domestic Producers

At every turn, President Biden has instituted policies to hurt the North American oil and gas industry, resulting in decreasing U.S. energy independence earned during the Trump Administration and benefiting oil-producing countries. Russia, for example, has become the number two oil importer to the United States, second only to Canada. Biden has also canceled the […]

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Say No To The Bloated “Infrastructure” Deal

After many months of discussion, we now have the text of a bipartisan infrastructure bill which some senators hope to rush through the Senate in just a week. The Democratic Party’s go-it-alone additional spending bill (beyond the regular budget), which they want to pass through reconciliation, is still undrafted, but Speaker Pelosi continues to promise […]

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The Unregulated Podcast #46 Part 2: Tom and Mike Discuss Election Issues and The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast, Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna continue their discussions on election issues and the bipartisan bill on “infrastructure” issues. Links: Biden: Our multi trillion dollar spending bills “will reduce inflation, reduce inflation, reduce inflation” As Herschel Walker eyes Senate run, a turbulent past emerges Democrats lose ground on school […]

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Biden Lied To Energy Workers

Workers are finding out that the solar and wind jobs that President Biden proclaimed would be high-paying union jobs are not living up to the sales pitch. Traditional energy industry jobs need skilled labor.  For example, building an electric plant powered by fossil fuels usually requires hundreds of electricians, pipefitters, millwrights, and boilermakers who typically […]

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Don’t Collude In Raising Energy Prices

After many months of discussion, votes are expected in the next few weeks on some sort of infrastructure package as well as the first votes on the Democratic Party’s go-it-alone additional spending bill (beyond the regular budget), which they want to pass through reconciliation.  While the administration’s preposterous attempt to define every progressive spending priority […]

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