Articles by Pete Sepp
Leaders must recognize the political and economic peril of levying new taxes on oil and gas.
As our nation's energy portfolio evolves there is an increasing degree of commonality found between sides that are traditionally opposed.
Taxes on the oil and gas industry would hurt the economy and result in less government revenues.
President Obama's proposed energy tax increase ignores the time-tested truth that we can't tax our way out of an economic hole.
Trade wars don't help anybody—why would we consciously choose to wage one against ourselves?
An EPA nominee who understands the importance of sensible rather than reckless regulation could mean job creation at home and competitiveness abroad.
An increased tax burden will only further prevent economic recovery.
Hubbub over Norquist is only a distraction from the tax reform we really need.
Washington needs to stop punishing politically convenient industries to avoid doing their real job of reducing federal spending.
We can manage sequester, but tax hikes will cripple the middle class and small businesses.