The proposed Keystone XL pipeline will not go through Santa Fe.Read More →
New Mexico’s natural gas suppliers think getting the United States to “go big” on exporting liquefied natural gas would be a major boost for the state economy.Read More →
By Tom Steward | Watchdog Minnesota Bureau
MINNEAPOLIS — The extreme-green makeover of the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building is like an ad on late-night TV. You know, those ads in which the seller fills the offer with so many bells and whistles the customer — the taxpayer in this case — orders way more than he [...]
By Adam Tobias | Wisconsin Reporter
When is local control too much of a good thing?
Supporters of Senate Bill 349 — which limits the ability of local Wisconsin governments to regulate industrial sand and nonmetallic mines, the key ingredients in the hydraulic fracturing boom — say it’s when a billion-dollar industry is being singled out, putting at risk [...]
Amid gridlock over government spending and debt ceilings, green-energy advocates and rent-seeking businesses are convening here to renew their push for billions more dollars in taxpayer giveaways.Read More →