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My Work Here Is Finished

For the past decade, I have been dedicated to fighting bad energy policies. My efforts began in New Mexico, where the organizations I lead are based, and expanded to focus on national issues. When I accepted the executive director position on January 1, 2007, New Mexico had an anti-energy governor and America had a pro-energy president. Two years later that flipped. By then, I’d become deeply committed to what I began to call the “energy makes America great!” message.

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The Few, the Loud, the Anti-Fossil Fuel Crowd

If you get your news from the mainstream media, you likely think the views expressed by the environmental activists represent the majority of Americans.

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Republican Candidates Must Be Strong on Energy

New polling emphasizes that support for traditional energy concerns has become a partisan issue. Large majorities of Republicans favor key energy issues—but voters of every ideological stripe say energy issues will be an important part of their voting decisions.

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Revealed: Clintons Bagged $3.4 Million for 18 Speeches Funded by Keystone Pipeline Banks

Environmentalists’ head-scratching over Hillary Clinton’s refusal to take a hard stand against the Keystone XL pipeline may soon cease, as a Monday Huffington Post report confirms findings in Clinton Cash revealing that the Clintons have bagged millions of dollars in speaking fees from some of the Keystone XL pipeline’s largest investors.

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Obama’s Keystone XL Veto Is a Harbinger of Vetoes to Come

Barack Obama’s veto of the bill allowing the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline is likely to be a bellwether of vetoes yet to come, reversing a trend in his first six years in office that saw him veto only two bills.

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Manchin to Obama: ‘Quit Playing Politics With Everything’

Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) criticized President Obama for vetoing the Keystone XL pipeline, stating “quit playing politics with everything we do” on Tuesday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel. “I would say that — people like myself,