Tag: Environmental Protection Agency

Kentucky Rep. Andy Barr, a prominent Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, joins “Plugged In” host and former FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee to talk more about what he sees as a failed attempt by the Biden administration to regulate climate change.

He explains the intended role of financial regulators and why he says free enterprise is healthier for the economy than central planning and “woke” policies that discriminate against innovation in the fossil fuel industry.

SCOTUS Smackdown of EPA: Top Takeaways

 

Stroke of the pen. Law of the land ... (record screech!)The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) did something remarkable on Tuesday: It momentarily respected the separation of powers and finally shouted “Enough!” to the lawless rule of the Environmental Protection Agency. SCOTUS issued a stay on Obama’s “Clean Power Plan,” which is a radical, law-by-decree scheme to do nothing less than put this nation’s enormously complex energy-delivery system into the hands of central planners on the Potomac.

It was Clinton advisor Paul Begala who once said: “Stroke of the pen. Law of the land. Kinda cool.” Not any more … at least for now in this case.

Here are the top three take-aways of this historic moment in SCOTUS history.