February 27, 2012

Obama's Policies Threaten Our Energy Boom

Sen. John Thune, Politico


Google Images

 

During our historically slow economic recovery, the energy industry has been a bright spot amid otherwise gloomy economic news. Domestic energy production is increasing, and jobs are beginning to spring up around new energy construction.

President Barack Obama likes to take credit for this energy boom, but in reality, recent U.S. energy growth is largely a result of private-sector investment and policies put in place by his predecessors. The energy policies this president has adopted are jeopardizing the progress we have made, and if he continues them, the U.S. energy boom could soon be over.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Gas Prices, Sen. John Thune, Energy Policy, President Obama

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 16, 2013
Your Early Christmas Present: Low Gas Prices
Matt Smith, Energy Burrito
Let’s end at the beginning: retail gasoline prices are going to continue to head lower, and this post simply presents the case as to why, through some simple visuals. But before we do that, here are some reasons as... more ››
October 15, 2013
Will Gas Prices End the Year Below $3 per Gallon?
Jeff Macke, Yahoo
According to David Lutz of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, consumers are going to get a big boost to their wallets before the end of the year — and the source could surprise you. According to Lutz, the Environmental... more ››