Articles by Pete Sepp
The United States needs to prevent European Union carbon taxes on passenger flights.
The United States needs to reform the tax code and abolish harmful policies that undermine affordable energy development.
Could it be that today's monetary policies, coupled with poor domestic energy development plans, are doing more economic harm than good?
"Doing something" for the economic development means "doing something" for energy development.
If the administration and its congressional allies get their way by imposing higher taxes on oil and gas, the squeeze on seniors' investment returns will only tighten.
Armendariz's comments are a glaring blemish on the administration's attempts to paint a "happy face" on its regulatory zeal.
Obama tries to deflect attention from some of the real competition problems hobbling our oil and gas industry with talk of another crackdown on speculators.
Reforming tax policy and energy policy can be a win-win for our economy, as long as policymakers do it correctly.
American oil and gas firms face an uphill climb in the global contest to develop new energy.
The ones who will be injured most by Senator Menendez's proposals are the consumers and the workers involved in delivering the energy they want.