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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Sean Paige
The wildfires charring the West again this summer have reignited the debate over what is fueling the horrific infernos: man-made climate change or the proliferation of overgrown, diseased forests.
A growing chorus of environmental groups is blaming climate change for the ferocity of this year's wildfires, heating up the debate over fire policy as wetter conditions brought relief to the Colorado front.
Every time President Obama takes credit for rising U.S. oil and gas production during his administration, Republicans start rolling their eyes and grinding their teeth.
A coach-class rebellion against the Transportation Security Administration is brewing as state and local lawmakers challenge the agency's right to implement its invasive airport-safety protocols.
"Because creating public anxiety is the fracktivist's most potent energy-war weapon, it's only natural that the most unscrupulous among them would cherry-pick any reports that they can twist or turn into something really alarming," Mr. Paige said.
Sean Paige, deputy director of AFP-Colorado, said he was hopeful that other states would pursue legal action.