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3-12-16 The Enviro/Industrial/Governmental Cabal Strikes Again!

SATURDAY COMMENTARY NGP Friends: We are amazed at the FERC decision described in the Calgary Herald story below and fail to see a shred of logic justifying it.   Wait a minute!  Actually, we do see the logic.   Rather than letting the investors assume responsibility for obtaining a return of and on their investment, the regulators are using lack of current purchase commitments as a mere excuse to kill the project.   The permit rejection is, therefore, completely consistent with the logic this administration's Enviro / Industrial / Governmental Cabal employs to kill [...]

3-11-16 Nancy Reagan Funeral – TransCanada Pursues Columbia – Alaska State Fiscal Crisis

TransCanada: frustrated by Energy East and Keystone XL Progress, Takes On Columbia Today, Mrs. Nancy Reagan joins her husband, President Ronald Reagan, at the Presidential Library -- that "Shining City On The Hill" Overlooking Simi Valley -- after arriving to rest in repose yesterday. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Fox News: SIMI VALLEY, Calif. –  Nancy Reagan called her husband's presidential library "the shining city on the hill," using a phrase that President Reagan had borrowed from history to describe his aspirations for the nation. Alaska Journal of Commerce, by James [...]

3-10-16 Alaska’s Fiscal Crisis – Nancy Reagan

Nancy Reagan BREAKING NEWS....ADN by Rashah McChesney.  Alaska Governor Bill Walker (NGP Photo) had a press conference today.  It seems to have been much ado about?  Please enlighten us on what this report means aside from some consolidation and a little elimination of duplication, maybe.  Pardon us if we are confusing "political optics that something is being done to courageously face 'Alaska's Fiscal Crisis'," with something important that is, indeed, being accomplished -- like eliminating one or more of these agencies.  Of course, any action will have to be delayed until a [...]

3-9-16 Alaska’s Fiscal Crisis

Alaska's Fiscal Crisis by Dave Harbour Yesterday, I met with a number of Alaskan friends who are private sector leaders. *     *     * All readers of our news and commentary know that since the turn of the century we have been warning of the perfect fiscal storm preparing to ravage the 49th State. We have described the reasons for Alaska's pending fiscal crisis which have been as clear as "neon painted handwriting on the wall": Today's related Alaska Fiscal Crisis news: ADN, by Alex DeMarban.  (NGP Photo) [...]

3-8-16 Hillary Clinton Opposes U.S. Energy – Commentary For Our Democrat Friends

Today's EIA Release: Short Term Energy Outlook Cliff Notes From Our Mid Atlantic Energy Analyst Friend Frack Nation: ​I wanted to let you know that our FrackNation Facebook page has been attacked by activists leading to two posts being removed and the page being locked for 24 hours.  -​Phelim McAleer (NGP Photo) Commentary For: Energy Industry Democrats If you work in the critically necessary fossil fuel industries, beware.  Is there such thing as a majority of balanced democrats anymore?  Where are the traditional and conservative Southern democrats?  Where are the free enterprise, rule of [...]

3-7-16 Gunfight In The Canadian Corral – And Our Commentary

See today's energy links critical to our readers, courtesy of 1) Consumer Energy Alliance, and 2) Larry Persily, former Alaska gas pipeline Federal Coordinator, and American Energy Alliance. Commentary on  Chris Nelson's Op-Ed Please let our energy decisions be based on a "just and reasonable" standard of merit and logic, not ever-shifting political winds by Dave Harbour How could common sense Americans disagree with Chris Nelson's common sense outrage against Quebec hypocrites and enviro-activist stonewalling of TransCanada's Energy East project?  (i.e. left column) After all, we Americans saw the environmental lobbies on [...]

3-5-16 Canadian Indians Want More From Pipelines

Canada's Federal Government Wasn't "Kind" Enough To First Nations In The Opinion Of This Aboriginal Advocate Of Corporate Welfare! (Readers are welcome to submit a comment re: our commentary below.  We will review and post it.  Sometimes, we even adjust our own positions after evaluating the more advanced thinking of our readers!  -dh)  Our comment.  Canadian law and practice has already established a 'duty to consult' precedent.  That precedent already errs on the side of granting aboriginal groups and persons special advantages -- even to those who don't own pipeline right [...]

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