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Fossil Fuels and the Constitution: Feelin’ the BERN‬‬

Fossil Fuels and the Constitution: Feelin’ the BERN‬‬

Many of those worried about so-called “climate change” rail against fossil fuels. Vermont Senator and Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders said, “We have a crisis of historical consequence. We have got to tell the fossil fuel industry that short-term profits are not more important than the future of this planet.”

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 16, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 16, 2016

Some of the bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature on Feb. 16 include one to channel video lottery revenue to teacher salaries, expanding tax incentives for nenewable energy projects, criminal sentencing, the transgender “bathroom bill” and more.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 11, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 11, 2016

Some of the bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today include HB 1008 to deal with transgenders in opposite-sex locker rooms, a bill to prohibit hydraulic fracturing, and a bill to eliminate life sentences without parole for defendants under 18.

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Oil, Commodities, Stocks: When Markets Fall

Oil, Commodities, Stocks: When Markets Fall

Sell everything? Talk about shouting fire in a crowded theater. Only this time, it’s not a special effect, the screen really is ablaze — and the oil crash may only be further fuel for the inferno that is the imploding global economy.

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Implications of War Between Iran and Saudi Arabia

It began with the execution of the Shia cleric Nimr al Nimr on charges of disobeying the government, firing on security forces and inciting sectarian strife. Next thing you know, Iranians are sacking the Saudi embassy in Tehran, diplomatic ties between the nations are severed, and the situation escalates dramatically with the Saudi airstrike at or near the Iranian embassy in Yemen.

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EPA Headquarters in Washington D.C.

Manufacturing in the Left’s Crosshairs

If there is to be a renaissance of American manufacturing, Congress must act to run out the clock on this administration, and enable the next president to repair the damage done in its wake.

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Halliburton preparing to frack the Bakken (Photo credit: Joshua Doubek)

Regulating Oil Shale Fracking

Prior to his reelection, President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is the “Saudi Arabia of natural gas.” Like so many things, the President has no problem publically taking credit for what his Administration privately disrupts.

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Radicalizing College Students

Radicalizing College Students

The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has published an extremely timely study that exposes the top down nature of the seemingly innocuous popping up of the college grievance culture.

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Stopping the Obama War on Coal

Stopping the Obama War on Coal

A major battle over President Obama’s plan to deindustrialize America is heating up in Congress as Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-Ky.) has taken the first step toward overturning two of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) most egregious rules in its war on coal.

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Bernie Sanders

Why Do Working Americans Support Job-Killing Democrats?

Looking at the rationale the president used to justify his politically motivated decision to kill the Keystone XL pipeline project raises the question, “Why do so many working-class Americans, and in particular low-income Americans, continue to support big-government Democrats, who are more interested in their left-wing agendas than creating jobs and prosperity in America?”

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