10.03.15

Veterans meet with Congress on US energy policy and national security

"We need policies that will ensure that America maintains its position as a global energy leader, and further transition our nation from importing energy from unstable and unfriendly nations,"

 

09.29.15

Veterans headed to Washington to push energy for independence

Vets 4 Energy, U.S. military veterans who advocate for energy policies to sustain the country's national security, next week will talk to Congress about the importance of the U.S. becoming energy independent.

 

09.29.15

The American Legion calls for action on KXL oil pipeline

The head of the nation's largest veterans service organization blasted the White House today for its prolonged opposition to the job-creating Keystone XL oil pipeline.

 

09.29.15

Vets4Energy's Illinois director outlines case for lifting U.S. crude export ban

Energy plays a vital role in the national security of a country, and one person who wants to get that message across to U.S. policymakers is Keith Pekau, a member of the group Vets4Energy, which continues to serve the nation as advocates for energy policies to strengthen America's national security.

 

09.25.15

Iran deal puts our security at risk

Not only does allowing Iran to sell oil to a broader global audience improve Iran's economy, it puts American companies at a distinct disadvantage on the market. Perhaps more importantly to America, it puts our national security at risk.

 

09.23.15

End the ban on selling crude oil

Letter by V4E Volunteer: "Congress will be tasked with deciding whether to support the Iran nuclear deal, a portion of which would allow that country to start selling its oil globally. In the meantime, U.S. crude oil products still cannot be sold globally."

 

09.23.15

Wallingford to chair Vets4Energy in Missouri

State Senator Wayne Wallingford, R-Cape Girardeau, has accepted the position of Chairman of MissouriVets4Energy.

 

09.22.15

U.S. shares with Iran, but not with Canada

Who's a closer ally of the United States: Canada or Iran? The Obama administration doesn't seem to believe the answer is Canada. Its nuclear deal would allow Iran to resume oil exports while [continuing] to refuse oil from Canada by stalling approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. That's both absurd and dangerous for national security.

 

09.21.15

Army vet: Becoming energy-independent means saving U.S. military lives

Speaking at the Shale Insights 2015 conference recently in Philadelphia, retired Capt. James McCormick said every dollar an American spends on foreign energy is a dollar that could be going toward the purchase of weapons used to harm U.S. military members.

 

09.20.15

Vets4Energy Volunteer Appears on WBOB AM600.

Cmdr. Tom Garcia, Ret. USN and Vets4Energy volunteer, is a repeat guest on WBOB AM600 "American Foreign Policy" program.