American Energy

There is an abundance of affordable and reliable energy available in the United States. As many states have demonstrated, unlocking energy production is a sure-fire way to create jobs, grow the economy and increase living standards.

Instead of acting as a roadblock, the federal government must pass laws that remove impediments to further unleashing this incredible resource for growth. Politicians should let the private marketplace—including businesses and consumers—determine which energy sources succeed.

More broadly, government intervention in the energy market has made energy more expensive for families and led to policies that subsidize well-connected special interests. This helps the wealthy while hurting the poor and middle class the most.

For their sake—and for the sake of economic growth—the most abundant, affordable and reliable energy sources should be allowed to flourish.

Jan 21, 2016

Statement on Harmful EPA Power Plant Regulations

Arlington, VA — The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals decided today not to pause harmful EPA regulations that will drastically increase the price of energy for millions of hardworking Americans while it…

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Dec 21, 2015

Statement on Presidential Veto of Congressional Resolutions of Disapproval

Arlington, VA – President Obama this weekend vetoed resolutions providing for congressional disapproval of harmful EPA regulations that will drastically increase the price of energy for millions of hardworking Americans. Freedom Partners Senior…

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Dec 11, 2015

Statement on U.S. Commitments at Paris Negotiations

Arlington, VA — With climate talks in Paris stalled over major issues, including how to verify that any countries will actually follow-through on an international agreement, Secretary of State John Kerry has…

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Dec 08, 2015

Hillary Clinton Once Again Trying to Solve Problems That She Caused

Arlington, VA — Hillary Clinton is in New Hampshire today, where she will propose yet another tax credit . . . this time intended to aid the manufacturing industry. Clinton pledged this morning to help “revitalize…

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