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Red Blue Translator
Apr 08 2016
Since the 1970’s, presidential candidates have used energy as a key platform promise, highlighting our need to be “energy independent.” As our awareness of our vulnerability in relying on foreign sources of energy and the global nature of energy companies grew, we started using more alternative power and accessing more domestic resources than ever before. So what exactly do we mean by energyLiving Room Conversations
Sep 28 2012
In the meantime, concern over rising prices of energy in the face of an uncertain economy, has the issue at the forefront of voters minds.CNN (Online News)
Feb 02 2021
Clean energy is a hot topic as the Biden administration ramps up efforts to enact environmentally-friendly policies and eliminate energy sources that emit greenhouse gases. Net-zero emissions is often seen as the path to promoting a more sustainable world industry, but questions remain about green energy costs and job creation in the United States.
Some voices writing in left-ratedDeseret News CNN (Opinion) The Hill
Dec 13 2016
Perry will now lead a federal agency he doesn’t think should exist.The Daily Caller USA TODAY MSNBC
Oct 30 2017
The FBI is investigating the $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico's power after it was awarded to a very small company with ties to Donald Trump's Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke. The company only had 2 employees with Hurricane Marie hit.New York Post (News) Wall Street Journal (News) ThinkProgress
Mar 08 2022
“The United States is willing to move ahead with a ban on Russian oil imports without the participation of allies in Europe… President Joe Biden held a video conference call with the leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom on Monday as his administration continues to seek their support for a ban on Russian oil imports.” (Reuters)
“Gasoline prices are pushing even fartherThe Flip Side