April 9, 2012

Oil & Gas Boom No Thanks to Obama

Steven Hayward, The American


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President Obama and Vice President Biden are taking victory laps for the unforeseen (by government, that is) increase in domestic oil and gas production over the last three years, dodging and weaving as best they can to disguise the Administration’s relentless hostility to fossil fuel production and use. . .

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