By Nicolas Loris ~ In a major setback to the Obama administration’s climate agenda, the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 vote blocked the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Clean Power Plan from taking effect until the legal challenges from states and industry groups fully play out. Twenty-five states, four state agencies, and dozens of industry […]
By Craig Rucker ~ Does the UN’s Paris climate agreement provide EPA the power to unilaterally impose a cap and trade scheme on all 50 United States? Lawyers for climate pressure groups claim it does. They want EPA to use an obscure provision of the Clean Air Act, Section 115, to take total control over […]
By Nicolas Loris ~ The results of the Iowa caucus proved even Iowans—long seen as fervent proponents of ethanol—don’t view Washington’s favoritism to it as necessarily still required. Much like many campaigns out there, the Renewable Fuel Standard that mandates the use of biofuels in our gasoline, has been full of empty promises. When Congress […]
By Katie Tubb ~ Twenty-five states (and four state agencies) are petitioning the Supreme Court to halt the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan, after the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit declined to stay the rule last week. The states described the Clean Power Plan “as the most far reaching […]
The political landscape may be permanently altered in response to the climate change challenge By Larry Bell ~ Don’t expect the public opinion media war between “authorities” who argue whether your SUV is causing glaciers to melt, oceans to rise, and polar bears to hyperventilate will finally be settled any time soon. At least not […]
By Andrew Follett ~ CFACT has partnered with The Daily Caller and is pleased to share their expert insight and analysis at CFACT.org. EPA has made a lot of power grabs of dubious legality over the last year, from forcing unpopular regulations through over the objections of Congress to illegally using social media to promote […]
Double standards and pollution continue, while the feds exonerate themselves from blame By Paul Driessen ~ When a private citizen or company violates rules, misrepresents facts or pollutes a river, government penalties are swift and severe. It’s different when the government lies or screws up. Two weeks ago, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell testified […]
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