They build a strong case here. I’m not impressed with CNN’s reporting. Pretty strong arguments against Ali Velshi here.
CNN’s senior business correspondent, Ali Velshi, is a one-man public relations team for the polluters that advertise on his network. In response to rising energy prices, Velshi has spent months promoting the Nazi-era technology of liquid coal. On CNN’s American Morning, Ali Velshi previewed his weeklong tribute to another disastrous and dirty boondoggle, the Alberta [...]
Hate to play “gotcha” so frequently with Mr. McCain, but he’s certainly giving us ample opportunity to do so.
Our guest blogger is Adam Jentleson, the Communications and Outreach Director for the Hyde Park Project at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. The government’s official source for energy statistics says that offshore drilling will not have a “significant impact” on gas prices until 2030. McCain’s own campaign admits that offshore drilling will have [...]
It’s only natural to take advantage of business and personal relationships. We all do it. Still, it’s just not right when deals like this one come together.
Dear Iraq, sorry the war hasn’t gone well. But now that the surge is wrapping up, we hope you won’t mind that we need several dozen permanent bases in your country. Oh, and did we mention that we’ll need you to approve some no-bid contracts for our oil companies, too? After all, what’s a few [...]
At first, I was beginning to go along with the President’s oil drilling idea, unveiled this morning. I was figuring we really do need to go looking for every little bit of crude oil we might have hidden away under American soil or water. I can’t avoid looking at the signs at every gas station I drive by, I guess it’s the same thing as looking at a car crash or a train wreck. Who would have thought that we’d be seeing $4 a gallon gas? Somebody, somewhere, should have seen this coming. And something should have been done to ward it off. But, there was no anticipation, no planning, no changes. And, here we are, talking about something that, apparently, isn’t going to make a bit of a difference.
This morning in the White House Rose Garden, President Bush called on Congress to “pass good legislation as soon as possible” that would lift the federal ban on exploring the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) and allow states to permit offshore oil drilling. Bush said in order to relieve the “painful level” of gas prices, “our [...]
Saudi Arabia laughed at George Bush’s request to produce more oil today. Looks like he developed a really great relationship with them over the years. It’s paying off well, just when we need it most.
Oh, even before that word came out, oil prices set a new record. We’re getting awfully close to $4.00 a gallon gas around here. That’s going to be a jumping off point for a lot of folks.
Oil climbs to record above $127 a barrel
U.S. energy risk management firm Cameron Hanover says “everything the market looks at is bullish” and predicts greater volatility [...]
If that doesn’t get your attention, I don’t know what will.
Major World Hunger Crisis
We get tunnel vision on superdelegates and stump speeches and credentials committees, all of which have their own level of importance. When I see a headline that millions are in danger of starvation I stop thinking about all that and pay attention. “Meteoric food and fuel prices, a slumping dollar, the demand for biofuels and a string of [...]
At least I hope it’s outrageous. Talk about your scare tactic…
Rove: Iraq Redeployment Would Cause Oil Prices To Skyrocket To $200 A Barrel
This morning on Fox News Sunday, former White House adviser Karl Rove claimed that redeployment from Iraq would cause oil prices to shoot to $200 a barrel: If we were to give up Iraq with the third largest oil reserves in the world to the control of an Al Qaida regime or to the control of [...]
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