November Notes: ENERGY

“America suffers. America has plenty of energy, but we send hundreds of billions of dollars a year overseas to buy energy we could be producing domestically.” – Newt Gingrich, To Save America (2010).

Newt Gingrich presents Conservative Conservation solutions that empower the Green movement through conservative actions that “embrace flexibility, innovation, and speed while avoiding bureaucracy and red tape.”

How do we create an American Energy Plan? Simple.

 For more American oil and natural gas:

-Stop bureaucratic delays

-End the ban on oil shale development in the American west

-Give coastal states federal royalty revenue sharing

-Finance cleaner energy with new oil and gas royalties

 For more American Coal:

-Accelerate the FutureGen clean coal demonstration plant

-Encourage retrofitting of existing plants with CCS

-Incentivize new technologies and innovations with coal

 For more American Nuclear Energy:

-Create a streamlined regulatory and tax regime

-Incentivize safe disposal and reuse of waste

-Recognize small modular reactors

 For more American Renewable Energy:

-Enact a loser-pays law

-Make permanent the wind and solar tax credits

-Develop long-distance transmission lines

 To learn more solutions about our energy crisis and simple conservative solutions to national issues, read To Save America. Order your copy today:

 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Save-America-Stopping-Secular-Socialist-Machine/dp/1596985968/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1287607284&sr=8-1

 B&N: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/To-Save-America/Newt-Gingrich/e/9781596985964/?itm=1&USRI=to+save+america

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