President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing agencies with regulatory authority over passenger vehicles to set standards which will result in half of all cars sold in the United States by 2030 being zero-emissions vehicles.
President Biden’s war on American-produced energy is galling and—dare I say—un-American. This is because of two recent administration actions that contradict his purported climate policy and confirm the blizzard of lies about the implications of climate change.
The Caddo Parish Commission rejected a proposed moratorium offered by one of its commissioners to temporarily suspend ongoing and proposed oil and gas drilling activities in the Louisiana Parish, which contains Shreveport.
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to the application of wetlands permitting requirements imposed under the 1972 Clean Water Act on property near Priest Lake, Idaho, owned by Mike and Chantell Sackett.
I’m skeptical that electric vehicles, adopted either voluntarily or via government mandates (increasingly the norm), will do much of anything to address the risk of climate change or to significantly reduce any other environmental problem that one might point out.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia overturned a 2019 rule instituted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency allowing E15 gasoline, a 15 percent ethanol blend, to be sold year-round.