The Environmental Protection Agency just rewrote history. Citing a "new-and-improved" methodology, the agency has revised its calculations of our country's total annual methane emissions for several previous years. Now, the official record shows emissions at distressingly high levels. Distressing, that is, if this revision were justified. But it's not. This new formula is driven by a political agenda, purposefully ignoring that methane levels are plummeting thanks largely to innovations in energy production.
Check out TPA's latest report on some of the most well-known failures in govenrment broadband. Billions of taxpayer dollars wasted on government-owned networks (GONs) from coast to coast all across the United States » Read the Full Report
Read the results from a new survey that TPA helped put together. The survey, taken in late July, asked hundreds of registered voters all across the country how they felt about government involvement in the broadband market. » Read the Full Report
This week: TPA Member Spotlight Special Guest: Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif.)