February 20, 2013

Obama: All of Above But Nothing From Below

John Hayward, Human Events

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“Over the last several weeks, the plug was pulled on two state-of-the-art coal projects in Texas that were projected to exceed $5.5 billion in private investment and create hundreds of jobs,” declares the House Energy and Commerce Committee in a press release. ”The reason? The Obama administration’s ongoing push for climate regulations that will effectively regulate coal, and thousands of coal jobs, out of existence.”

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