6.30.2022

EPA loses – America Wins

Victory for citizens and businesses alike In what is likely the most damaging setback ever dealt to those advocating for overzealous enforcement actions against greenhouse gas emissions, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of constitutional limitations on unelected regulators. This morning SCOTUS ruled in favor of the plaintiff states in WV… Continue Reading
3.2.2022

Supreme Court should cancel the latest “witch hunt”

by Wallace Manheimer – February 24, 2022 In the 1690s mass panic at Salem, Massachusetts, led to 20 people being executed for witchcraft and 150 being jailed. Then in the 1950s, another mass panic gripped the United States and thousands of lives were wrecked as many were falsely accused of being communists. Yet another in… Continue Reading
2.28.2022

Your honor, CO2 is not a pollutant

by Gregory Wrightstone Is carbon dioxide — two pounds of which each of us exhales daily — a pollutant? And are catastrophes increasing as a result of higher concentrations of the gas? Physics — along with a few other branches of science — says no. Nonetheless, in a landmark 2007 Supreme Court ruling, the EPA… Continue Reading
2.24.2022

Supreme Court Must Curtail the EPA’s Regulatory Overreach Immediately

By Gregg Goodnight It is imperative that the Supreme Court stop the regulatory abuses enabled by the gross error of the 2007 ruling in Massachusetts v. EPA. This ruling has been the pretext for a vast extension of regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that were never intended under the U.S. Constitution or the… Continue Reading
2.17.2022

Gordon Tomb: EPA rule threatens Trainer refinery

By Gordon Tomb – February 15, 2022 Threatening the continued operation of Monroe Energy’s Trainer Refinery south of Philadelphia — and its hundreds of jobs — are renewable fuel compliance credits expected to hit historic highs this year under a federal proposal. Independent refiners like Monroe Energy are already spending more on compliance credits “than… Continue Reading
2.11.2022

Judge Orders Administration to Cease Using the Social Cost of Carbon

Dr. Patrick Michaels February 11, 2022 Today, in a sweeping ruling from the Western District of Louisiana, Judge James D. Cain, Jr. ruled that the Biden administration must shelve its version of the “social cost of carbon” (SCC) for any regulatory action. Judge Cain’s ruling echoes much of what we have written in recent years—that… Continue Reading

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