Energy Speaks Hosts Lunch and Learn

Vets4Energy Program Director James McCormick is interviewed at local event sponsored by Energy Speaks and the Harrison County (WV) Chamber of Commerce.



Vets4Energy on IndyPolitics Radio

"This has everything to do with posturing our country into a better position so that we can be capable of not only supporting ourselves with good quality jobs and careers, but also being able to supply our allies... who have to buy crude oil from countries that aren't always friendly to the United States..."



Energy security is essential to US national security

We are facing an unusually long war with an enemy that isn't clearly defined. This conflict poses a grave threat, not only for our troops stationed abroad, but Americans everywhere.



Emphasize market-driven climate approach

When Obama administration representatives arrive in Paris for upcoming global climate discussions, they should emphasize the successful market-driven approach that helped the US lead the world in reducing greenhouse gas emissions...



Military expert: Offshore drilling key to nation's energy independence

"This is a definite step in the direction of energy independence, and that's something our forefathers I guarantee you would have supported," said retired Navy Rear Adm. William L. Schachte, Jr, a Vets4Energy volunteer.



Analysis: Polarized politics dictated Obama Keystone call

"I don't think this is a decision based of facts. I think it's a decision based on politics," Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp.



Indecision over Keystone XL Offends Canada

If President Obama decides against Keystone XL, one thing is clear: He will deal a blow to U.S. national security interests and harm relations with Canada. Americans must send a strong message to the president that this is unacceptable.



House OKs lifting 40-year-old US ban on oil exports

Defying a White House veto threat, the Republican-controlled House on Friday approved a bill to lift a 40-year-old U.S. ban on crude oil exports.



Why lifting oil export ban can help U.S. foreign policy

Lifting the ban on crude oil export would not only be good for the economy, it could also benefit U.S. foreign policy.



Veterans meet with Congress on US energy policy and national security

"We need policies that will ensure that America maintains its position as a global energy leader, and further transition our nation from importing energy from unstable and unfriendly nations,"