Acting on the Obama administration’s inexorable push for alternative fuel, a gas station in Lawrence, Kansas, has become the first in the nation to offer E15 fuel, a blend containing 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline. 

The Obama administration's problems continue to mount because of its financial support of the so-called green industry. Perhaps the most well-known example of such boondoggles is the solar panel firm Solyndra, which went bankrupt last fall after a federal loan guarantee of $535 million. And there have been a string of other such clean energy company bankruptcies since then, at a huge waste of taxpayer money.

It now appears that yet another solar energy company heavily underwritten by federal loans, Abound Solar in Colorado, will declare bankruptcy and leave the taxpayers holding $70 million in loans.

While the Obama administration is pushing for the U.S. Navy to "go green," with biofuels, reports indicate that the efforts will be costly and are not particularly beneficial to the environment.

The U.S. government opens new area of the central Gulf of Mexico for drilling, amid controversy from environmentalists, who claim that the move will further damage a fragile ecosystem, and have filed a lawsuit hoping to prevent more drilling.

The Obama administration is utilizing the U.S. prison system to help bolster its green-energy agenda, while boosting foreign companies and funneling cash into the hands of Obama’s largest campaign donors, according to a startling new report by the Washington Free Beacon.

Federal Prison Industries, more commonly known as UNICOR, is a wholly owned corporation of the U.S. government that uses penal labor from the Federal Bureau of Prisons to produce various products and services. Established in 1934, the organization was designed as a voluntary vocational-training program for federal prisoners, but has recently gone into business providing green-energy technology to federal agencies.