House passes Keystone; Walz flips

In commentary, news by Bruce Kaskubar0 Comments

Last Friday, The U.S. House of Representatives took at least its 4th stab at trying to build the Keystone XL pipeline. It passed but the Ayes are interesting. On July 26, 2011 — 1,210 days ago — the House passed HR 1938, the North American-Made Energy Security Act to build the Keystone pipeline. Minnesota reps Walz, McCollum, and Ellison voted no. On May 22, 2013 — 544 days ago — the House passed HR 3, the Northern Route Approval Act to build the Keystone pipeline. Minnesota reps Walz, McCollum, Ellison, and Nolan voted no. On September 18, 2014 — 60 days ago — the House passed HR 2, the American Energy Solutions for Lower Costs and More American Jobs Act to build the Keystone pipeline. Minnesota reps Walz, …

New Rules On Power Plants Will Kill Coal Industry

In analysis by Bruce Kaskubar0 Comments

Even while admitting the new regulations will not significantly help global warming — sorry, climate change — the EPA’s new rules will kill 10% of our energy production, kill jobs, drive manufacturers like Alcoa out of the country, and increase prices of everything for everybody. Investor’s Business Daily explains. This is part of Obama’s desired Change.