Energy Dominance is a Reality We Will Accomplish in Short Order

The Energy explosion that will occur under our President will eventually get us to drive down the national debt. It is complete synergy among these departments. I would also add Secretary Acosta (Labor) and Ivanka Trump with the Apprenticeship Program that will have 6.5 million Americans ready to take on the jobs that will be sprouting up throughout our country. That 6.5 million figure will actually grow to greater than 10+ million by 2020.

The signs have been right in front of us.

From the article linked above:

A spokeswoman for Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke confirmed with the Associated Press that the administration intends to submit a new rule.

“Every energy-producing area has different needs and requirements, which is why the states are far more effective at regulating hydraulic fracturing than the federal government,” he said.

President Trump has plans to open up federal lands for more energy development. As a candidate, Trump campaigned on a promise to “unleash America’s $50 trillion in untapped shale, oil, and natural gas reserves, plus hundreds of years in clean coal reserves.”

This was followed by:

From the article linked above:

U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke today announced the approval of a $22 million coal lease on the Greens Hollow tract in central Utah to Canyon Fuel Company, LLC, a subsidiary of Bowie Resource Partners, LLC. Coal mining in the area currently supports nearly 1,700 mining and related jobs.

Back in March

From the article linked above:

Trump is reportedly preparing to use executive orders to overturn some of Obama’s policies on air and water quality. He already issued one this week: an order to cancel the Clean Water Rule.

The rule lets the federal government define what waters are protected under environmental regulations – such as small streams and wetlands that connect to a larger ecosystem.

This Past Week

From the article linked above:

Trump administration to propose repealing rule giving EPA broad authority over water pollution

President Trump’s administration will revoke a rule that gives the Environmental Protection Agency broad authority over regulating the pollution of wetlands and tributaries that run into the nation’s largest rivers, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said Tuesday.

21 states have taken our President’s message and are all in with fracking! 5 others are on the cusp of starting. States like NY and MD have banned it and will pay the ultimate consequences when they become ghost towns. The shame is that there are 17 states that just don’t have deposits of oil or gas to even consider fracking.

2 thoughts on “Energy Dominance is a Reality We Will Accomplish in Short Order

  1. Fle, you make me wanna laugh and sing (I can’t sing but you make me WANT to sing – LOL!). My buddies up in Wisconsin are hauling frac-sand today – I mean TODAY – on INDEPENDENCE, by-Heaven’s Grace4th of JULY DAY, and ALL DAY LONG! LOL! LOL! THEY ARE HAVING A BALL! Traffic is not so bad today and they can deliver extra loads. AND THEIR CUSTOMERS WANT MORE! ROTFL!

    My precious President and I may have a bone to pick about pollutants in our up-stream tributaries – and maybe not. But that phosphate run-off and trash feeding down into our rivers has got to STOP. HOWEVER, I agree that the EPA has no business regulating all of that. Pollution is a CRIME and should be prosecuted by the Justice Department or through our Interstate Commerce Commission or even the Army Corps. of Engineers. EPA should be RECOMMENDING and REPORTING and TEACHING! Stopping run-off is complicated but WORTH every effort. All of that trash in the waterways is inexcusable and entirely preventable.

    Our NASA Satellites, our Ag Department and our River Keepers (and other such guardians) can keep us advised regarding where the BAD STUFF is coming from – but it HAS TO STOP. I believe that also is our President’s intention. I’m gonna follow up on that for the remainder of my time here on earth ‘cuz our PRESIDENT and his ASTONISHING administration are helping give us a nation we can be PROUD to leave to the next generations! I think you and I agree that we want it to be AT LEAST as beautiful as it was when we got here.


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    1. Thluckyone I agree that the land, air and water are the most important resources we must preserve for future generations. Our President would say the same. We will get it right under his administration and still be energy independent and dominant.

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