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Is the EPA Changing the Regulatory Paradigm?

PATRICK J. MICHAELS, CATO INSTITUTE Sometimes it’s worth reading the fine print in obscure regulatory proposals. One such example is contained in a “proposed rulemaking”...

America First Energy Conference – “an amazing day”

~New Orleans event reveals much of what has been hidden from the energy debate~ Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris “It will be an amazing day,”...

CAFE Standards Freeze IS Sound Policy Decision

PETER VAN DOREN, CATO INSTITUTE Last week the Trump administration announced its intent to freeze Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards (CAFE) at 2020 levels. Rules...

Greenland Update: New Evidence for Post Ice-Age Warmth

PATRICK J. MICHAELS, CATO INSTITUTE Last month, we summarized evidence for the long-term stability of Greenland’s ice cap, even in the face of dramatically warmed summer temperatures....

You Ought to Have a Look: Lukewarming the News

PATRICK J. MICHAELS, CATO INSTITUTE Scientific American, which is quite reliably alarmed by the prospects of climate change, showed signs of moderation this week in...

Time to Cool It: U.N.’s Moribund High-End Global Warming Emissions Scenario

PATRICK J. MICHAELS, CATO INSTITUTE The amount of future warming is predicated on the amount of emitted greenhouse gases and the sensitivity of earth’s surface...

Lease the OCS – to benefit all Americans

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~An informed decision-making process will safely produce energy that belongs to all Americans~ Under the current offshore energy program developed during the Obama...

Obama’s Anti-Energy Policies Are Bankrupting America

Rob Bluey, Heritage Foundation Randall Stilley has witnessed firsthand the Obama administration’s job-killing agenda. As the president and chief executive of Seahawk Drilling,...