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Alaska Loses

  • 11/03/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia
Alaska Ad from the American Energy Alliance
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AEA Releases New Video, “Alaska Loses”

  • 11/03/08
  • AEA
  • News
“Nancy Pelosi, who leads the Democrats in the House, and Harry Reid, who leads the Democrats in the Senate, are hostile to finding and using more domestic energy resources like coal, oil, and natural gas.  Our new video alerts the citizens of Alaska what that means for them:  higher prices for energy and fewer jobs for all Alaskans.” Washington, DC – Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) today released a new video entitled, Alaska Loses , to alert Alaskans that...
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South Carolina - Two Senators

  • 10/30/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

AEA Tells South Carolina the Truth about Their Senators

  • 10/30/08
  • AEA
  • News
“More energy production from resources owned by the American people  -- on and offshore - means lower energy prices for American families and businesses.  Senator DeMint gets it. Senator Graham, unfortunately, does not.”
Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) continues its efforts to keep leaders accountable for their energy policies with a new radio spot, “Two Senators.”  AEA’s latest ads will run starting today in South Carolina. AEA President Thomas Pyle...
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AEA Launches South Carolina Ad "Two Senators"

  • 10/29/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows “It’s a tale of two United States Senators. As our families struggle with rising energy prices Senator Jim DeMint fought hard to lift the ban on offshore exploration and production.” “Senator Lindsey Graham took a different approach—supporting a deal that permanently locks up more than 75% of the United States energy rich Outer Continental Shelf.” “Senator DeMint’s plan for additional exploration means lower energy costs for our families, more...
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AEA Keeps Focus on Domestic Energy Production

  • 10/23/08
  • AEA
  • News
Alliance Continues American Energy Advocacy Campaign with New Ad
“More energy production from resources owned by the American people – on and offshore – means lower energy prices for American families and businesses. Some people get it.  Some don’t.” 
Washington, D.C.   – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) continues its efforts to keep leaders accountable for their energy policies with a new radio spot, “Keep Fighting.”  AEA’s latest ad will start running today in...
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Mississippi - Keep Fighting

  • 10/22/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

AEA Launches "Keep Fighting" Radio Ad

  • 10/22/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows They say change is coming, but tough economic times still lie ahead for many Mississippi families. Senators Roger Wicker and Thad Cochran fought to lift the ban on offshore energy exploration and production. And today, gas prices are falling, providing needed relief to our families. But some in Congress want to reinstate the ban and stop offshore exploration before it even starts. And others want to increase energy taxes, eliminating...
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ANDREW P. MORRISS: McCain will tap our oil reserves and speed construction of safe nuclear plants

  • 10/19/08
  • AEA
  • News
By ANDREW P. MORRIS Two cheers - but not three - for John McCain's energy plan. Like Obama's, McCain's plan is filled with the vague generalities about "energy independence" and reducing carbon emissions. And we need to remember that whichever team wins the election will have to negotiate energy policy with a Democratic-controlled Congress dominated by ideologues like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Nonetheless, the McCain plan has two important virtues. The first is that the McCain plan...
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Regulating CO2 Under the Clean Air Act—Not the Kind of Change We Have Been Waiting For

  • 10/17/08
  • AEA
  • Can't Make This Up

In July, the Environmental Protection Agency announced an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) regulating greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.[1] This is likely the largest, most far-reaching regulation ever.

The threshold test for EPA to move forward with this far-reaching regulation is whether carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases ìendanger human health and welfare.î The Bush Administration has not reached a conclusion on that question.

Yesterday, Bloomberg.com...


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