With energy costs heading higher, jobs still scarce and the dollar weakening it is more critical than ever to get government policy out of the way of developing our own domestic energy. We are headed toward a world of economic hurt, and the most critical and obvious step right now is to allow ourselves to become as energy independent as possible by getting the handcuffs off our domestic energy industry. For this to happen it probably must come from the states, not the central planners in D.C. Oil price heads for $100 a barrel on Alaska leak – Telegraph

With energy costs heading higher, jobs still scarce and the dollar weakening it is more critical than ever to get government policy out of the way of developing our own domestic energy. We are headed toward a world of economic hurt, and the most critical and obvious step right now is to allow ourselves to become as energy independent as possible by getting the handcuffs off our domestic energy industry. For this to happen it probably must come from the states, not the central planners in D.C.

   www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/82….html

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