Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt proposed to repeal the Obama-era so-called “Clean Power Plan” (CPP).
We must re-think our hysteria-driven approach to energy. Fossil fuels are not evil, they have given us health and wealth, global warming extremism is.
President Barack Obama laughs off the jobs that would be created by the Keystone Pipeline project. Does Congressman Bruce Braley (D-IA) as well?
Congressman Tom Latham in a recent interview with Caffeinated Thoughts editor, Shane Vander Hart, said if reelected his first priorty would be to address jobs, the economy and our national debt.
The last night, at the close of the 2012 Republican National Convention, was an extremely good night for Mitt Romney. He connected. He was emotional. He seemed real – a guy that average Americans can relate to. He showcased his resume so to speak by offering up his personal references. The most compelling for me […]
Congressmen Leonard Boswell (D-IA) and Tom Latham (R-IA) were both featured speakers at the Iowa Energy Forum luncheon held at HyVee Hall in Des Moines, IA today. They are also opponents in the upcoming Iowa 3rd Congressional District election so it was a good opportunity to hear from both men regarding their energy policy. Congressman […]
Washington, DC: Congressman Steve King (IA-05) released the following video statement in response to President Obama’s decision to deny the permit to build the job creating Keystone XL pipeline: “If we block it, that oil will certainly go to China. It will enrich their economy,” said King. “It will starve ours and it’s clear that the President […]
I was listening tonight to the Michael Medved Show tonight and heard audio of Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann promising a group at an event in Greenville, SC that if she were President gas would be under $2.00/gallon. Politico first reported her saying: The day that the president became president gasoline was $1.79 a gallon. Look […]
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin spoke yesterday in Delhi, India for a conference organized by the Indian media group, India Today. You can watch the video here and see the transcript of her speech here. She hit on the themes of individual freedom and limited government. In her speech she said: So, it was there […]
Some miscellany from this weekend and earlier. An atheist realizes media coverage of Evangelicals has been unfair. Michael Spencer – aka “Internet Monk” went home to be with the Lord last week after battling cancer for four months. He was 53. He will be missed. You can read some tributes – here, here and here. […]
Some miscellaneous links and items of interest around the ‘net for your weekend. Reformed Meditations: The Perfect Murder Fox News: Palin Goes After Obama at Tea Party Convention Al Mohler: Masculinity in a Can, Fight Club at Church, and the Crisis of Manhood American Thinker: Our National Blind Spot by Mark W. Hendrickson BreakPoint: The […]
Some miscellany from over the weekend. Hard to believe it has been a couple of weeks since I’ve posted one of these: Polly Two Cents: You can’t listen when you are talking Des Moines Register: State ‘double dipping’ on the rise Motivation Truth: Levi: When Lying Dogs Won’t Sleep Wintery Knight: 20,000 Pro-lifers march in […]
I apologize that the formal announcement of our 2009 Caffeinated Conservative Award was put on the back burner after our 2009 recipient was informally announced. Life circumstances, work and timely blog subjects prevented me from posting this sooner. We had several nominated by our contributors for this most coveted prize: Glenn Beck, Congressman Ron Paul […]
Some miscellany for a rainy Sunday evening (here in Des Moines anyway): Des Moines Register: Iowa poll shows Obama approval rating below 50% (not good in a state that overwhelmingly went for him) CQPolitics: Rating Change: Iowa GOP Gets Serious About Boswell Challenge (HT: Dave Price) The Iowa Republican: IDP Jefferson Jackson Dinner Live […]
If Sarah Palin is so irrelevant as many in the left roots would claim why is it that the DNC is attacking her? Vice President Joe Biden decided to chime in today as well when he spoke to a gigantic, huge crowd of 250 people (50 were with the media) in Watertown, NY… (I seem […]
The week seems to be going by fast here are some recommended links for today. All American Blogger: Tell Me Again There Is No Media Bias Josh Painter: Fact checking CNN’s fact checking Wintery Knight: UK Set to release 30 high-risk terrorists in order to appease future terrorists (history repeating itself) Rob Harrison has two […]