The majority of the economic growth cited by the president in his State of the Union address has happened in red states.
If Texas were a separate nation, it would be the 12th largest oil producing nation in the world, only slightly behind Venezuela and Kuwait. In just two and half years, Texas oil production has doubled and Texas is now on a pace to produce more oil than it did in the peak years of the 1970s.
The countdown has begun toward President Obama’s much-anticipated “major policy statement” on jobs. If you watch it, keep a company called Solyndra in mind.
President Obama recently gave a speech in Brazil encouraging them to develop offshore oil reserves and promising to be their “best customer” once the oil is on the market.
You may want to go find a fresh “Drill, Baby, Brill” sticker for your car. Because oil prices are on the way up and the Obama administration is about to start babbling about green energy again.
Obama’s hard left base is mad at him because they believe he didn’t go hard enough on British Petroleum.
In what is surely one of the cruelest ironies in marketing history, British Petroleum has spent millions promoting its initials as standing for “Beyond Petroleum.”
The project had a “devastating impact” at the mouth of the river upon which it was built.
The story of the deepwater oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico that caught fire and sank continues to get worse.
With respect to the Michael Jackson story, the Drudge Report the other day had the best headline. It read, “Michael Jackson: Never Can Say Goodbye.” I really feel like our celebrity-obsession crossed some line in the past two weeks and I believe Bernard Goldberg when he says we have become the ‘United States of Entertainment.’ And while we were all absorbed with the never-ending news coverage and retrospectives and downloading ‘Thriller’ to our iPods, Congress...