December 6, 2012

The DOE Rediscovers Economics 101

Mark Mills, Forbes


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Apparently exporting something America has in abundance creates economic value — in this case, natural gas, not wheat (but that would be obvious). And the more of it you export, the more money you can make. And apparently in Washington D.C. this is “breaking news.”

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