The Supreme Court has paused the EPA’s attempt at taking over the nation’s power plants. Congress should take note.
The Supreme Court says the Clean Water Act is not a grant of federal control over every stream and depression in the nation. The Environmental Protection Agency says otherwise.
During his tenure in Washington, the former Iowa governor has made sure that the wasteful ethanol and biofuels sector remains addicted to taxpayers’ money.
China can help ease climate change and condemn billions to poverty. Or not. It can’t do both. To argue it can is economic denialism.
The EPA has a problem, and it’s not just that mustard yellow river in Colorado.
The Obama administration’s “Clean Power Plan” is a monument to the faith that government edicts can overturn the laws of physics.
The Clean Power Plan contains a provision that, if properly exploited, could nullify many of the rule’s otherwise harmful effects.
Though it has been making him hangry, Jeb’s corn aversion might pay off when it comes to snagging votes from Republicans, who hate the new EPA mandates calling for more ethanol.
Why are we fighting over gay marriage and abortion? In part, because of all the other things we’re not fighting over.
If the Supreme Court ‘cannot interpret federal statutes to negate their own stated purposes,’ the EPA will face an uphill attempt to nationalize the American electric grid.
Robert Tracinski sits in for Ben to discuss the science and politics driving Climate Change with a leading scholar, expert, and journalist.
The Environmental Protection Agency is messing with Texas’s energy, which in turn will mess with everyone’s.
There are lots of other people in the world who think they should be able to impose their values on others.
A regime that seeks “equality for all and special favors for none” may leave many challenges, but America is up to them.
There’s a big story emerging in D.C.: Barack Obama is making a comeback. The only problem is that it’s not true.
All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States – unless the President says it’s important
There are two major problems with the climate change agreement: We’re not really doing anything we weren’t going to do anyway. Either is China.
Why is it even necessary to explain that we don’t need a ‘national food policy’?
While impeachment is unlikely, liberals would never have allowed a President Romney to refuse the president’s Constitution-bound duty to enforce U.S. laws.
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