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Gas Prices Hit Record for August

NEWSROOM AMERICA STAFF Retail gasoline prices hit a new record for August as summer draws to a close, due in large part to higher oil...

The Folly of E15 Anti-Hydrocarbon Policies

EPA’s E-15 ethanol plan is bad for our pocketbooks, environment and energy policy By Paul Driessen The Obama Administration’s anti-hydrocarbon ideology and “renewable” energy mythology continues...

Record High Prices for Gasoline in March

JON E. DOUGHERTY, NEWSROOM AMERICA Gasoline prices have hit record highs for March, with the average price per gallon at $3.87, reports said Tuesday. Average prices...

Obama Supported Higher Gas Prices in 2008, but Now?

FRED LUCAS, CNSNEWS.COM President Barack Obama mocked a suggestion that he wants higher gasoline prices during an election year, although as a candidate in 2008...

Democrats Blame Wall Street Speculators for High Gas Prices

ENERGY, NEWSROOM AMERICA House and Senate Democrats are blaming Wall Street for spiraling gas prices, saying futures speculators are exerting too much influence over energy...

Barack Obama’s Seven-dollar-a-gallon Gas Ambitions

By Selwyn Duke “Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe,” said Steven Chu —...

Obama Energy Administrator Says Gas Prices Will Remain High For Rest of Year

Liberty Alerts, Dan Joseph, CNSNews.com In testimony Thursday before the House Natural Resources Committee, Richard Newell, the administrator of the U.S. Energy Information ...

Gas Price too High? Thank the Greens, Dems, and Clinton

By Henry Lamb In December, 1996 Bill Clinton vetoed legislation that would have added more than a million barrels of domestic oil per day...

EPA’s Planned Pollution Controls on Power Plants and Refineries

Liberty Alerts, Edwin Mora, CNSNews.com In an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it...

Government and the Price of Gas — Dennis Behreandt

All of the foregoing can be boiled down to a simple formula of sorts. The impetus for increasing prices, whether for fuel or anything else, is largely to be found not in the operation of the market, but in the policies and regulations of economic and other policies followed by government. -- Dennis Behreandt

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