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.

Dec 04, 2015

Congress Should Stop President Obama’s Slush Fund for Foreign Countries

President Obama is pledging support for a climate change treaty under discussion in Paris that would establish sweeping new commitments on emissions and energy production – and promise $3 billion in hard-earned…

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Dec 01, 2015

Freedom Partners Statement on Congressional Disapproval of EPA Regulations

Arlington, VA – The U.S. House of Representatives today agreed to a Senate resolution providing for congressional disapproval of President Obama’s attempt to implement harmful EPA regulations that will drastically increase…

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Sep 11, 2015

Lessons From Germany

In the September 1, 2015 edition of Investor’s Business Daily, Freedom Partners Senior Policy Advisor Andy Koenig looked across the Atlantic to see how President Obama’s Clean Power Plan could…

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Mar 25, 2015

White House Push For Coal Restrictions Exactly Why The Export-Import Bank Should Expire

Arlington, VA — The White House reiterated on Monday its support for reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank while calling for the bank to continue restricting its financing of coal-fired power plant projects…

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