GM Drives in Political Reverse

by the Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

General Motors, under the administration of its CEO, Mary Barra,  has begun its anticipated lurch to the left.  In a recent speech she said it is time to develop a national fuel standard based on California’s rules.  Since it is both unconstitutional and in oppostion to federal law for a state to set such standards, Barra’s new direction promises to be arduous for both sides

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Paris climate treaty puts America last

by Stephen Moore
Washington Examiner

“Paris is an unmitigated failure. You don’t have to take my word for it. National Geographic, a supporter of climate change action, recently ran the numbers and admitted in its recent headline: ‘Most countries aren’t hitting 2030 climate goals.’  That’s putting it mildly. Most haven’t even reached half their pledged target for emissions reductions,” according to the Washington Examiner.  

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Oil-and-gas industry prepares legal challenges to Biden

by Brian Dabbs
National Journal

“Flat-out, the president does not have the authority to just ban leasing and development on federal lands. So if President-elect Biden goes that route, we would be in court within hours or days,” said Kathleen Sgamma, president of the Western Energy Alliance, which represents oil and gas producers.  “We would get a preliminary injunction and we would ultimately win,” she said. “It’s that clear-cut,”  according to The National Journal.

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