Byline: Steve Milloy, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
L et the fossil fuels go, or the wind industry gets it in the wallet. That's the threat congres- sional Republicans need to convey to their colleagues across the aisle to stop the Obama war against fossil fuels.
Despite President Obama's effort in his State of the Union address to position himself as favoring an all of the above approach to domestic energy production, the reality of the past three years has been quite to the contrary.
After failing to crush the coal industry with the ill-fated Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill, Mr. Obama has since loosed his regulatory agencies, especially the thuggish Environmental Protection …