The Unregulated Podcast
The Unregulated Podcast is hosted by Washington Times columnist, Mike McKenna and Tom Pyle, President of the American Energy Alliance. Each week they dig into the latest in energy, politics, and anything else that is on their minds.
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The hazards of permitting reform in getting energy projects built on time
As Sen. Tom Carper gets ready to add to the melange of proposed permitting legislation, it might be worth thinking about whether the current batch of permitting reform may do more harm than good.
In wake of a budget deal, Republicans should get ready for longer fight
As we head toward what seems to be a deal on the debt limit and associated spending reforms, it is worth thinking about what we can learn from this experience.
Biden is coming for your cars, all of your cars
As part of the propaganda surrounding the White House's effort to ban gasoline-powered cars, President Biden implies that there will be a seamless exchange where current cars and trucks are traded for shinier, more hip, better electric cars and trucks.
If you want to solve immigration crisis, put business executives in jail
The great Roman judge Lucius Cassius, who lived in the first century B.C., routinely sought to cut to the heart of a case or controversy by asking "cui bono?" ("who benefits?").
Florida is a model for conservatives to win again
We interrupt the usual news of Washington to report that, back in Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Republican legislature just wrapped up a productive legislative session.
How long is long enough? Time for term limits for professional officeholders
Earlier this week, Ben Cardin, Maryland Democrat, announced he was not going to run for a fourth term in the Senate, deciding, one supposes, that being in public office for a mere 56 years is enough.
Chinese Communist Party cash ultimately corrupts both Democrats and Republicans
Earlier this week, Rep. Jason Smith, Missouri Republican and chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, gaveled in a hearing on countering China's trade and investment agenda.