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Biden’s Alleged ‘Secret Deal’ w/ Saudi Arabia Oil Leaders Under Scrutiny

(The Center Square) President Joe Biden raised eyebrows for his decision to drain the Strategic Petroleum Reserve this year, but now lawmakers say Biden made a quid-pro-quo deal with Saudi Arabia “to lower gas prices before the election” only to implement Green New Deal policies once the election was...

Seabed Mining Will Help Break China’s Grip on Critical Minerals

(Tom LaTourrette - RealClear Wire) China dominates global supply chains for nearly all critical mineral resources. Especially important are elements such as nickel, cobalt, lithium, copper, and the rare earths that power decarbonization technologies such as batteries, electric motors, and turbines. The rapidly increasing demand for these minerals has...

Flip-Flopping Biden Moves to Shield Saudi Crown Prince in Journalist Killing

(Headline USA) In a dramatic about-face from the tough-talking geriatric president's previously stated policies, the Biden administration declared Thursday that Saudi Arabia's crown prince should be considered immune from a lawsuit over his role in the killing of a U.S.-based journalist. In his passionate campaign trail denunciations of Prince Mohammed...

U.S.-Owned Firms Appear to Help Venezuela Avoid Sanctions on Oil Exports

(Headline USA) A company with an office in Houston and another owned by two American citizens appear to be helping Venezuela bypass U.S. sanctions and quietly transport millions in petroleum products aboard an Iranian-built tanker, the Associated Press has learned. The scandal comes just eight months after the Biden administration...

Biden’s War on Oil and Gas Kills Funding for Nat’l Parks Program

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A recent report from the Western Energy Alliance revealed that the Biden administration's restrictions on federal oil and gas leasing will likely stymie funding for the upkeep of America's national parks. According to the Daily Caller, the Great American Outdoors Act, pays to keep the national...

Biden Draws Fresh Comparisons to Carter in Attack on Oil Companies

(Bethany Blankley, The Center Square) President Joe Biden's pledge to impose a Crude Oil Windfall Profits Tax on U.S. oil and natural gas companies if they don't increase production to "bring down gas prices" is another failed Democratic policy, according to critics, including a former Treasury Secretary. The companies have...

Kamala Unveils Biden Regime’s Latest Scheme to Buy Votes for Democrats

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) With a potential red wave midterm lurking on the horizon, a panicked Biden administration on Wednesday announced its latest vote-buying ruse, this one offering to help pay utility bills for low- and middle-income households. Taxpayers, of course, are the ones who will be footing the estimated $4.5...

Polls: Kennedy Coasting to Another Term in La. U.S. Senate Race

(Victor Skinner, The Center Square) U.S. Sen. John Kennedy is a slam dunk for reelection, significantly outpacing all competitors in both fundraising and public support. While Kennedy’s Democratic challengers are predicting a runoff following the Nov. 8 primary, an Oct. poll and Kennedy’s massive fundraising advantage ultimately make a Democratic...

Energy Company Warns of Diesel Shortages

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Mansfield Energy, a fuel supply company, issued a warning that north and southeastern states are heading for diesel shortages. According to the Daily Wire, a heightened demand and low inventories will result in increasing prices will likely cause soaring prices. “Poor pipeline shipping economics and historically low...

Another Biden-Created Fuel Crisis Threatens Consumers

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Despite all of the ways President Joe Biden has managed to destroy the American economy, including the latest petroleum reserve fiasco, it appears that the real crisis is not only gas or oil, but also diesel. According to ZeroHedge, “the crisis gripping the US diesel...

Boston Democrat Slammed for Suggesting ‘Hijab Day’ to Honor Slain Iranian Activist

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Boston City Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson was criticized for proposing to implement an official Hijab Day on Iranian activist Mahsa Amini’s birthday, according to Breitbart. Ironically, the day is supposed to honor the item that got the woman killed in the first place. Anderson, a Democrat,...

US Heating Worries Mount Amid Growing Costs, Uncertainty

(Headline USA) Across the U.S., families are looking to the winter with dread as energy costs soar and fuel supplies tighten. The Department of Energy is projecting sharp price increases for home heating compared with last winter and some worry whether heating assistance programs will be able to make up...
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