News Radio WVHU talks with Vets4Energy's Captain James McCormick, USA (ret) about the connection between energy and terrorism, and the impact veterans have in politics.
Thanks to shale gas, U.S. manufacturing is at its strongest profitability in a generation.
As a nation, we must stand tall to overcome barriers and achieve our energy independence... In a round-about way, we may actually be filling our gas tanks with the product that buys the bullets that are fired at our service members overseas who have fought for our freedom.
What is Freedom? For those of us blessed to be born in America from the day that doctor slaps our bottom and that first cry we make is made with the air of freedom, made possible by the millions of Americans who laid down their lives to keep that air free and the millions more who serve this nation in many ways to keep it the way.
India oil minister will visit the US later this month to seek investments and technology from exploration companies
Nevada Vets4Energy Chairman agrees that reducing carbon emissions is an important goal, and says the good news is that market forces in the American energy sector are already doing just that.
Loren told the group that the nation needs a comprehensive energy policy that incorporates an all the above approach and the infrastructure to take our energy supplies to the region's where it is consumed.
Membership into the UVC is by invitation-only and it is an honor to be invited. Vets4Energy was extended an invitation to become a member in May, 2016 and the vote for membership took place June 14th.
Vets4Energy program director provides his perspective as a veteran, a farmer, and a West Virginian to affirm the EPA's findings that hydraulic fracturing does not harm groundwater.
A group of business leaders in a small corner of Ohio and West Virginia are laying down a big claim: They have the cheapest natural gas in the industrialized world.