Like all my fellow Governors, I've sworn an oath to uphold our state and federal constitutions, but that responsibility is a little different here in Alaska.
Energy & Environment: An exploration of American sources, security & sustainability
"Energy & Environment: An exploration of American sources, security & sustainability" is a Special Advertising supplement to The Washington Times.
Earth Month represents the opportunity to celebrate the innovation and ingenuity that have allowed our industry to be cleaner and more efficient.
Joe Biden's record over the last half century proves one thing -- he will never get serious about China. As a result, America's energy security and national security are threatened.
For good reason, we often hear of the need to "unleash American energy" and "return to energy independence."
October marks the 50th anniversary of OPEC's oil embargo of the West, an event that accelerated the 1973 oil crisis and set the stage for years of persistent inflation here in America.
Another year, another prediction of the climate apocalypse.
Any smart initiative to lower global carbon emissions needs to meet at the nexus of climate policy, energy policy, national security, and the economy.
As the clock wound down before Easter Recess, House Republicans, joined by four Democrats, passed an energy package that would unleash the power of American energy.
Every American deserves affordable, dependable energy - this fact should not be political.
"We need a renewables revolution, not a self-destructive fossil fuel resurgence," United Nations Secretary General Antnio Guterres announced earlier this year.
Republicans have long spearheaded environmental stewardship, dating back to President Teddy Roosevelt, one of our nation's most prominent conservationists.
Our nation is blessed with abundant natural resources but is cursed with regulatory red tape that restricts our ability to utilize them.
The Energy and Commerce Committee recently heard from David Hickman, a farmer, who described our current economy as, quote, "the most perilous time for American agriculture."
For well over a decade, the Boilermakers union has beaten the proverbial drum as an advocate for common sense in the debate about energy production and climate change mitigation.
House Republicans have maximized the first 100 days of our majority to follow through on our Commitment to America, and the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee has been instrumental in this effort.
The House Republican majority passed H.R. 1, the Bipartisan Lower Energy Costs Act, which includes my own bill, the Permitting for Mining Needs (PERMIT-MN) Act, through the House.
Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have called for permitting reform to ensure we can build the energy infrastructure our country needs and AXPC believes that modernizing federal permitting is an essential reform.
Rural communities are the beating heart of this Nation.
There is one facet holding together the economic and national security of a Nation that allows businesses to grow and families to save for the future. The linchpin for all of this and more is energy.
America produces energy that is cleaner and more affordable than many foreign countries.
When President Joe Biden assumed the office of the presidency, he stated, "America writes its own destiny."
America's energy demands are rapidly increasing. Some estimates say the U.S. will need to double the capacity of our grid by 2050 if there is any chance of meeting net-zero goals.
When President Biden was sworn into office, a gallon of gas cost $2.39. Today, the price is 44% higher, at $3.44. In June of 2022, the price per gallon exceeded $5.00.
Build American. President Biden tagged this phrase when he visited my congressional district last year, and I hear it from my Republican colleagues on my side of the aisle nearly every day.
Last year recorded the highest gas prices most Americans had seen in their lifetimes. We were shocked when the cost to fill up our cars and heat our homes doubled.