Unregulated Podcast #17: Tom and Mike Welcome Their First Guest and Share Their Final Thoughts for 2020.

On this episode of Unregulated Tom & Mike discuss the COVID-19 stimulus/omnibus spending bills and the impacts it will likely have on America’s energy producers and welcome the very first guest to the show, Jason Hayes of Michigan’s Mackinac Center, to discuss Biden’s plan to appoint former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm to lead the U.S. […]

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Once Again, Congress Reaches Into Taxpayer Wallets for the Renewable Energy Lobby

Inclusion of corporate welfare and unnecessary tax extensions a major mistake. WASHINGTON DC (December 21, 2020) – The American Energy Alliance (AEA), the country’s premier pro-consumer, pro-taxpayer, and free-market energy organization, released the following response to news that Congress has agreed to include special green giveaways for the powerful renewable energy lobby – which has already drained billions […]

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AEA Urges Senate and House Leaders to Reject “Sense of Congress” Nonsense

Stealth Green New Deal language being slipped into take-it-or-leave-it spending package. WASHINGTON DC (December 14, 2020) – The American Energy Alliance (AEA), the country’s premier pro-consumer, pro-taxpayer, and free-market energy organization, sounded the alarm today on a proposed Sense of Congress resolution that if adopted, could cause a major disruption of America’s energy system. AEA […]

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President Trump’s Budget Prioritizes American Taxpayers

WASHINGTON — American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle has issued the following statement on the White House budget proposal: “President Trump’s budget, dubbed The New Foundation for American Greatness, has many of the elements required to live up to that ambitious billing. At a fundamental level, this budget reconsiders and aims to restore the appropriate […]

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Empty Handed

It turns out, $85 million just isn’t enough to buy an election. Tom Steyer and his group NextGen Climate Action lost nearly every race they played in. As the Wall Street Journal reported: This year’s environmental debate boiled down to Democratic support for Mr. Obama’s climate rules and green subsidies against full-throated Republican support for […]

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