Mike Kelly

‘Extreme Weather Events’: Another Alarmist Myth

Increased “extreme weather events” caused by man-made global warming are an alarmist myth, a study shows. In fact, contradicting claims by the Royal Society, the National Academy of Sciences and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, there was more “extreme weather” in

LAND'S END, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 08: Waves crash over the Longships Lighthouse just off Land's End on February 8, 2016 in Cornwall, England. Parts of the UK are currently being battered by Storm Imogen, the ninth named storm to hit the UK this season. Thousands of homes have been …

Rep Mike Kelly Gives Obama Coal for Christmas

Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) gave President Obama a lump of coal for Christmas before talking about the coal industry’s importance to the US during Saturday’s GOP Weekly Address. Transcript as Follows:  “Good morning, I’m Mike Kelly, and I have the

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Former Obama Car Czar Defends 'IRS Mess'

Even as Reps. Mike Kelly (R-PA) and Jim Renacci (R-OH) requested that Treasury Secretary Jack Lew demonstrate that there was no partisanship in the administration’s decisionmaking with regard to shutting down General Motors dealerships in 2009, former Obama car czar

Former Obama Car Czar Defends 'IRS Mess'

Rep. Mike Kelly: Don't Waste My Time with YouTube Explanations

At the House Oversight Committee’s Oct. 10 hearing on security in Benghazi, Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) said the Obama admin’s attempts to blame the attacks on a YouTube video were ridiculous.  Directing his comments to Deputy Assistant Security of Diplomatic Security Charlene

Rep. Mike Kelly: Don't Waste My Time with YouTube Explanations

Looming Government Shutdown Anarchy?

As the battle of the budget wages on, the March 4th D-Day moves inexorably closer, and with the Continuing Resolution passed in the House of Representatives early this morning, including two amendments by Rep. Steve King (R-IA) to defund Obamacare,

Tea Party in Action: Freshmen Lead on Spending Cuts

Freshman lawmakers have served less than two months in Congress, and they’ve already had a sizable impact. Now, as the House considers a $100 billion spending cut, they’re leading the charge to rein in out-of-control government spending. [youtube gko1HlB_gzA nolink]