Bernie Sanders & Big Oil
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Supermajor is a name commonly used to describe the world's five (and sometimes six) largest publicly-owned oil and gas companies./5
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Hillary Clinton said Bernie Sanders lied about her Big Oil donors - fact-checked and picked a winner
Romney claims government shouldn't pick "winners and losers" in the energy sector, but it's been picking winners for decades -- the wrong winners. Sen. Bernie Sanders explains.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders: Gas Prices: Just two companies own 31 of the 58 Franklin County gas stations. "There's no real competition to lower prices," Sen. Bernie Sanders told the St. Albans Messenger. He asked the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice to investigate Big Oil: As gas prices neared $4 this spring, President Obama asked his Justice Department to investigate, but the task force seldom met and uncovered nothing. Some senators like Sherrod Brown and Sanders "have pushed earnestly for the feds to step in, but Republicans say they'll block any move against Wall Street," according to an article in the Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times and other alternative newspapers. Chemical Safety: Citing an investigation by the Chicago Tribune, a group of 26 senators, including Sanders, called for a sweeping update of a federal law gives the government little power to *** or limit dangers from chemicals added to furniture, electronics, toys, cosmetics and household products. H .. ...
The way the Inside-the-Beltway sewer system works now is that DC politicians like Joe Barton (R-TX) take billions from the taxpayers and transfer it to Big Oil companies, which then kick back a hefty portion to... DC politicians like Joe Barton. This doesn't seem right to Bernie Sanders: "At a time when we have a record debt, Congress should not continue to give away taxpayer money to the fossil fuel industry."
The Other 98% w00t! w00t! We are rapidly approaching 1 MILLION signatures in support of Bernie Sanders' Bill to cut corporate subsidies to Big Oil, Gas, and Coal.
It's time to stop handing over $10 Billion taxpayer checks to Big Oil for no good reason - join Bernie Sanders...
With that kind of cash, you could do some pretty great things -- maybe provide critical medical care to those who can’t afford it, or invest in renewable energy Research And Development. Or you could continue to give it to Big Oil and the rest of the fossil fuel industry as a bonus for poisoning our air and water and pushing us ever closer to catastrophic climate change. The right choice may seem obvious to you and me, but for decades our government has opted to pay off Big Oil. Now we have an opportunity to stop this insanity: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) have introduced the End Polluter Welfare Act.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tells Eliot Spitzer about the End Polluter Welfare Act, a bill he has sponsored which would do away with tax breaks and subsidies...
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Keith Ellison on Thursday introduced legislation to end billions of dollars in oil, coal and gas subsidies. "We are here today not just to announce new legislation, but to send a message that it is time to end the absurdity of taxpayers providing massive subsidies to hug...
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