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Sep 28 2023
During the second 2024 Republican presidential debate on Wednesday, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said that the United Auto Workers strike is a direct result of President Joe Biden’s green agenda. “We’re missing the point, and every other network is missing the point,” Burgum said of the strike against Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. “The reason why people are striking in Detroit isTownhall
Sep 30 2023
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s death on Thursday evening at the age of 90 has led to speculation about political consequences. The late California senator occupied a crucial seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Thus, with her passing, some commentators have wondered about President Joe Biden’s ability to get judges confirmed. Friday on X, the social media platform formerly known asWestern Journal
Jul 10 2023
The two men met briefly in London on the eve of a summit of NATO leaders in Lithuania. LONDON — President Biden met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain on Monday, making a brief stop in London on the eve of a NATO summit where leaders are expected to focus on supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion. Mr. Biden arrived at 10 Downing Street on Monday morning, his first visit to theNew York Times (News)
Oct 03 2023
CASPER, Wyo. — In their upcoming meeting on Oct. 3, the Casper City Council is set to discuss several grant applications and acceptances designed to enhance the city’s amenities. First on the agenda, the City Council will consider setting Oct. 17, as the public hearing date for the application to the Wyoming Business Council’s BRC Community Readiness Grant. The grant aims to support the NorthOil City News
Sep 12 2023
Domestic oil production is forecast to reach an all-time high by the end of the year, even as President Biden announces plans to blunt fossil fuel output and consumption as part of his climate change agenda.
Presidents largely lack control over short-term oil supply and costs at the pump, but industry analysts say Mr. Biden has caused long-term damage to production with mixed signalsWashington Times
Oct 04 2023
In an unprecedented move, Congressman Matt Gaetz toppled Kevin McCarthy from Speaker of the House of Representatives. While the turmoil is causing infighting within the Republican Party, one unifying theme in potential replacements is fighting against environmental, social, and governance. ESG is a rapidly expanding global industry that is set on changing the way business functions. It adds aForbes
Jul 26 2023
Sen. Joe Manchin III used his perch atop the chamber’s Energy Committee to shine the spotlight Wednesday on a contentious issue that could ease power outages while also jolting the president’s green energy agenda: the fast-tracking of interstate transmission-line projects.
The conservative West Virginia Democrat sought buy-in from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle during a committeeWashington Times
Sep 22 2023
California Gov. Newsom Fires at Ramaswamy on Climate: ‘Your Coal Agenda Is up There With Your 9/11 Theories’
Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom and GOP presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy on Thursday went back and forth on social media over climate change, with the Republican upstart denying the intent of climate change policies and the Biden surrogate saying Ramaswamy's "coal agenda is up there with your 9/11 theories."
Responding to a post from Newsom on the climate crisis, RamaswamyThe Messenger
Sep 08 2023
A special session will be held Monday by Gov. Sarah Sanders in which tax cuts, a tax credit and changes to the state’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) will be considered by legislators. According to Talk Business and Politics, the governor said the goal is to lower the individual and corporate tax rates. Part of the tax change would include a tax credit of $150 to an estimated 1 millionKTLO
Mar 23 2023
OTTAWA, Ontario — President Joe Biden arrived in Canada on Thursday for talks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on several of the world’s most difficult challenges: the war in Ukraine, climate change, trade, mass migration and an increasingly assertive China. Two important agreements appeared to be in hand before Biden even departed Washington. Canada will escalate its timeline for militaryMarketWatch