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Manchin: Biden’s coal comments are ‘divorced from reality’ – Associated Press

President Joe Biden on Saturday was criticized by West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democratic antagonist and ally, for being “cavalier” and “divorced from reality” after vowing to shutter coal-fired power plants and rely more heavily on wind and solar energy in the future. The powerful coal-state lawmaker said Biden’s words “ignore the severe economic

John Stossel

Opinion: Inconvenient Facts – John Stossel

Electric cars sales are up 66% this year. President Joe Biden promotes them, saying things like, “The great American road trip is going to be fully electrified” and, “There’s no turning back.” To make sure we have no choice in the matter, some left-leaning states have moved to ban gas-powered cars altogether. California Gov. Gavin Newsom

Natural Gas

EXPLAINER: Can Europe live without Russian natural gas? – Associated Press

Europe faced an energy crisis even before drama emerged about the Nord Stream 1 pipeline reopening from Russia to Germany. While natural gas started flowing again Thursday after the major pipeline shut down for 10 days of maintenance, Europe will still struggle to keep homes warm and industry humming this winter. That is because Russia

Russia

Russia cuts off gas to 2 NATO nations in bid to divide West

Photo: Men hold portraits of from left: Kira Glodan, three-month-old, her mother Valerya Glodan, 28, and grandmother Lyudmila Yavkina, 54, killed in their apartment by shelling, during a funeral ceremony at the Transfiguration Cathedral in Odessa, Ukraine Russia cut off natural gas to NATO members Poland and Bulgaria on Wednesday and threatened to do the

Opinion

Opinion: It’s Time to Increase Domestic Energy Production – Inside Sources

The bloody images of war in Ukraine are transforming our understanding of the post-Cold War order and reminding us of an important lesson: Energy policy and national security are inextricably linked. As we observe the crisis in Europe, the Biden administration would be wise to move away from damaging climate policies and toward energy independence.

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