Another Failed Obama Policy… “The Obama administration Monday conceded that cellulosic ethanol producers won’t come close to hitting a congressional target to deliver 250 million gallons of fuel next year made from grasses and other vegetation not used for food.” Just because you pronounce it, doesn’t make it so… “The (more…)

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Why? Recent Rasmussen Results: 65% of people favor increased new sources of energy vs. conservation. 46% Give Obama a Poor Rating on Energy Issues. 56% of people in NY want to repeal ObamaCare. 44% of people expect a tax increase under Obama. 62% of all Penna voters say cut taxes (more…)

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An Open Letter To Patrick Murphy And The Voters Of Bucks County By MARK AFFLECK, For The Philadelphia Bulletin Monday, July 12, 2010 Comments (1) According to the latest Rasmussen poll, 56 percent of likely voters rate Congressional performance as poor and only 12 percent of likely voters give Congress (more…)

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The contrast is stunning! Across the Delaware River in Trenton, the fresh face and straight talk of Governor Chris Christie leaves no doubt in the minds of New Jersey citizens about where he stands on any issue of substance. As a result, he is on the verge of closing a (more…)

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I received this letter today. You should read it. Steve, Today, Congress once again ignored what Americans want and introduced a new gasoline tax as part of a global warming bill that also contains a cap and trade energy tax on utilities. The section on the gas tax begins on (more…)

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Richboro PA — Yesterday evening, at the regular monthly meeting of our Committee, former Congressman and County Supervisor, Michael G. Fitzpatrick, stopped by to say a few words about his thoughts on the forthcoming Republican Primary election. He had announced Saturday that he was entering the race and was planning (more…)

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Mike Fitzpatrick Commits to the Race for PA 8th Congressional Seat Langhorne PA – Mike Fitzpatrick, the former Congressman from The Eighth Pennsylvania Congressional District and Former Bucks County Commissioner announced his candidacy to reclaim his Congressional seat from Patrick Murphy at an impromptu meeting yesterday. Standing before a group (more…)

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Some helpful news and suggestions from Senator Tommy Tomlinson’s recent email newsletter: Understanding Electric Choice Electric rate caps were lifted on January 1 in some areas of the Commonwealth and consumers are seeking a new understanding of how to control 2010 electric costs, according to the Pennsylvania Office of Consumer (more…)

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This week the Obama Administration directed all agencies to propose goals for cutting direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. Under the Executive Order, called The Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance (LEEEP), agencies must for the first time measure, report and reduce their carbon footprint. Each agency (more…)

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Here we are with a new week and another round of posturing, politicking, and punditry regarding the price of petroleum. As happens when folks do a lot of talking, very little is actually said. I hang around educated and talented people. Many have at least one university degree. Most read, (more…)

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