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The Obama Administration's Natural Gas Policy Is Tragically Misguided

Waste that will haunt future generations
Thursday, May 9, 2013, 7:26 PM

The Obama administration has come out in support of the idea of exporting U.S. natural gas.  This stance is counterproductive, short-sighted, and if followed will prove harmful to domestic manufacturing (i.e., value generation) not just now, but for future generations of Americans.

While exporting natural gas would certainly prove to be an economic boon for a very select minority of companies and individuals, it makes no sense from an energy standpoint and undermines our national interests. All it will do is enrich a few, while boosting prices for all domestic consumers and shortchanging the energy and environmental inheritance we pass along to our children. » Read more

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Daily Digest 3/22 - Eating On The Poverty Line, Will Cyprus Go The South American Way?

Friday, March 22, 2013, 12:53 PM
  • Le Monde Headline "No, France is Not Bankrupt"
  • Will Cyprus go the South American way?
  • US Begins Regulating BitCoin, Will Apply "Money Laundering" Rules To Virtual Transactions
  • Shopping on the poverty line - what can you eat?
  • Indonesia's wage wars
  • What You Think Is True Might Be False and Costly
  • Michael McKay: 'We're On The Verge Of Being Mugged By Our Governments'
  • Why Renewable Energy is so Attractive to Google
  • With a Big If, Science Panel Finds Deep Cuts Possible in Auto Emissions and Oil Use
  • Petroleum Use, Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Automobiles Could Drop 80 Percent by 2050; Efficiency, Alternative Fuels, and Strong Government Policies Will Be Needed