In a letter sent to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and BOEMRE Director Michael Bromwich, Louisiana Sen. David Vitter points out conflicting DOJ stat on number of permits
A federal appellate court has said Interior Secretary does not have to comply with a previous court order to act on drilling permits in 30 days
Amidst rising gas and oil prices, a new report released Thursday shows the U.S. leads China, Russia and others in fossil fuel supply
The unrest in the Mid-East combined with Obama’s energy agenda are causing some to question whether the U.S. is heading toward another crisis
A bipartisan coalition in Congress is finally pushing back against the president’s progressive energy agenda.
The Interior Secretary is fighting back against a court order to act on permitting oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico
The frustrated Louisiana senator grilled Salazar face to face Wednesday on his agency’s position on deep-water drilling
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar feels heat from both drilling advocates and environmentalists after issuing the first deep-water permit since last April
Deep drilling resumes... finally - TheDC
Cracking under political pressure, Salazar issues first deep-water permits in Gulf
The administration announces plans for developing new emissions standards over the next year
CEO of Lombardo Consulting Group predicts GOP wave will be huge
This year’s midterms elections — historically snoozefests or geek rallies — have been anything but boring. In fact, they’ve been downright hilarious!
Conservatives don’t oppose science, they oppose the politicized predictions that scientists make.
Botched government handling of BP oil leak marked by misguided drilling ban’s very existence
Decision strikes down second federal attempt at oil-drilling moratorium, noting it’s fundamentally the same as first challenge
Colorado Senate race a toss-up - Rasmussen Reports
Poll: Republican Ken Buck narrowly leads incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet by just three points
New members, especially Democrats eager to fulfill their election promises, complain about how the founders intended the Senate to work
Four months after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon, regulators have only started to make good on promises to overhaul drilling
Bennet defeated former state Rep. Andrew Romanoff, and Tea Party favorite Buck defeated establishment candidate Jane Norton
Michael Bromwich is unsure on how to deal with deep water drilling in the gulf of mexico, but he is not sure that extending the drilling moratorium is the right answer