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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Presidential Contenders Clash over Energy


“President Obama and Mitt Romney traded jabs Wednesday as the threat of greater fluctuations in oil prices drove a long-distance debate over energy policy. Romney said Obama should do more to open up domestic sites for drilling, including the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. But Obama, speaking to workers at a Daimler truck plant in North Carolina, said Republican presidential candidates weren’t offering realistic solutions to reducing the nation’s reliance on foreign oil.” (Los Angels Times)

Are we all energy socialists now?

FEE Timely Classic
“Let’s Not Be Energy Independent” by David R. Henderson