Browsing All posts tagged under »Clean Energy Standard (CES)«

What’s Wrong With Obama’s Energy, Emissions Executive Order

March 21, 2015 by


By Katie Tubb ~ President Obama signed Thursday an executive order to require executive agencies to improve energy efficiency and cut greenhouse gas emissions. One has to hope the order will save taxpayers money, because it won’t make a dent in global temperatures. Headlines have focused on the top line features of the plan, requiring […]

Clean Energy Standard: Significant Costs, Insignificant Benefits

May 24, 2012 by


By Nicolas Loris ~ In its pitch for a federal clean energy standard (CES), The Washington Post’s editorial board asks, “Will America do anything significant to slow climate change?” Assuming America actually needs to do something to slow climate change, even if the Post’s editorial board got its wish for a CES, America still wouldn’t […]

Clean Energy Standard: Another Energy Tax in Disguise

March 8, 2012 by


By David Kreutzer, Ph.D. ~ When are we going to be honest about the impact of “clean energy” standards, renewable energy standards, cap and trade, and all the other policies to cut energy use under the guise of helping future generations? These policies are not things we do for our grandchildren; they are things we […]


April 5, 2011 by


By John Droz, Jr. 1 – The US Senate vote on stopping the EPA’s global warming power grab has been slightly delayed due to politics — so if you have not contacted your senator, there is still time to do it! The importance of this can not be overstated. Here is a sample article about […]

Two URGENT Matters

March 29, 2011 by


By John Droz, Jr. US citizens are faced with two extremely significant legislative matters. Please read this very carefully and pass it on to ANYONE who is concerned about energy and environmental matters: 1 – The US Senate will likely vote THIS WEEK on stopping the EPA’s global warming power grab. The importance of this […]