Time for the oil companies and the president to get off the dime. More U.S. oil needs to flow immediately — both to keep driving, trucking, and heating costs down domestically and to preserve Europe’s ability and will to forgo Russian oil.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), along with Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), on Thursday introduced a joint resolution in the Senate to direct the removal of U.S. Armed Forces from unauthorized involvement in the war between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthis in Yemen.
For at least the next year, each new electric car — or appliance or heating system — means more coal must be burned. Running cars on gasoline or diesel is far less polluting than running them on electricity generated from coal.
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act requires proof that any products coming from Xinjiang, one of the main sources of products crucial in making batteries, were free of forced labor, the NYT reported.
U.S. allies distanced themselves from President Joe Biden’s declaration Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”
Biden noted at a press conference that the deal called for “reducing Europe’s demand for gas overall.” In addition, the president said the Ukraine crisis proved the need for the world to “double-down on our clean energy goals.”
The governor announced the Canadian government is dropping testing requirements for fully vaccinated travelers at the border beginning April 1. Canada said testing won’t be required for fully vaccinated travelers entering the country by air, land, or water.
That may be a little harsh, but John Kerry is, in my view, a high-ranking climate nitwit.
At a potentially pivotal moment in world history America has the ability to help our people, the people of Ukraine and millions more across the globe by simply out-producing Russia and other unfriendly actors in oil-rich companies.
As an American of Ukrainian ancestry, I grew up listening to my relatives talk about how the Ukrainians suffered under Russian control — how they starved and froze, of the atrocities committed by the Russian soldiers, how members of my own family were murdered for resisting the Communists.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the U.S. must “immediately” increase its production of crude oil and natural gas amid the ongoing Ukraine crisis which has roiled energy markets.
Per the mainstream media, the war in Ukraine is entirely about white supremacy. Articles by the usual far-left racist agitators have proliferated, analyzing the conflict through a race-only lens. Conflating foreign conflicts into a global race war has no redeeming qualities.