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Columbus, Ohio – A drive across the battleground state of Ohio last weekend revealed a fall political landscape in full bloom – from colorful local races to dark scars of a divisive presidency. “Lawless for Sheriff” read lawn signs across Pickaway County, Ohio, just south of the Ohio beltway. Of all public offices, Independent Jason … Continue Reading →
“These regulations lock out coal for a long time to come,” DTE Energy Vice President of Environmental Management Skiles Boyd told WJR-Radio Detroit last week about the Obama administration’s new global warming rules. So much for “all of the above” energy strategy that the president has been touting this month to counter rising energy prices. Boyd says that … Continue Reading →