March 15, 2012

Senator Schumer a Know-Nothing on Oil

Steve Forbes, Forbes


AP

Chuck Schumer (Democrat–New York), the headline-loving U.S. senator who hasn’t disguised his ambition to succeed Harry Reid as the Senate Majority Leader, garnered some press attention the other day by calling on Saudi Arabia to boost its oil production in order to help suppress a politically intolerable rise in the price of gasoline in the U.S. . .

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