October 21, 2023

Alaska Sues Biden Administration

Joe Biden is doing such a terrible job as our leader that he's getting sued.

He's so bad that he isn't even just getting sued by one person.

He's so bad that he isn't even just getting sued by a team of people.

He's so bad that he's getting sued by an entire state:


Alaska might be most famous for being the location featured in the 2002 Cuba Gooding Jr. film Snow Dogs.

The second most famous thing from Alaska might just be the quiet beauty and sustainability that the state provides.

Alaska is a massive state, it's also sparsely populated.

It's also perhaps the backbone of American energy production.

The state depends on oil and other forms of power to be produced there, but Joe Biden simply refuses to unleash American oil production.

Instead, Joe Biden likes to keep us dependent on foreign countries for our energy needs.

It doesn't make any sense to me either.

On Oct. 18, Alaska filed in federal court.

The lawsuit challenge's America's Interior Department's decision to scrap seven oil and gas leases in Alaska's 19 million acre Artic National Wildlife Refuge.

I'm all for saving the polar bears, penguins, and turtles, but there's got to be a way to do it without killing the average American.

The cancellation of the leases is said to be for the welfare of grizzly bears, polar bears, snowy owls, and caribou in the area.

Before being canceled, the leases had been held by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA).

The AIDEA is now asking America's District Court for the District of Columbia to restore the leases.

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy thinks that revoking these leases is nothing but dirty pool by the fat cats in Washington, meant to "strip away the state's autonomy."

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