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FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy

FreedomWorks North Carolina Legislative Liaison Kathy Hartkopft writes: On Tuesday, February 17, North Carolina FreedomWorks members visited with Senator Richard Burr and the office staff of Senator Kay Hagan.  At a rally held in Raleigh, activists met up with and thanked Senator Burr for his continued support of energy exploration off the North Carolina coast. Activists visited the Raleigh office of Senator Hagan to encourage her to support the measure.

02/19/2009
Oil Supply
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Oil Supply

Whether or not the U.S. should seek the long-term goal of becoming "energy independent" is an open question. But what's germane to our current political situation is whether or not we can.  And right now, the answer is: We can't. At World Politics Review, Peter Kiernan explains. You should read the whole thing, but here are a couple of sharp passages.

04/22/2008
World Socialism Keeps Oil Prices High
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World Socialism Keeps Oil Prices High

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In a forward-looking commentary in today's Washington Times, Richard Rahn explains the distorting factors in the global petroleum market; namely that there are too many inefficient governments in control of oil resources.   Rahn writes:

11/05/2007
PetroChina Valued at a Trillion Dollars
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PetroChina Valued at a Trillion Dollars

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While many in the U.S. Congress spend their days vilifying American energy companies, our foreign competition continues to expand. The latest: the hugely popular IPO of PetroChina, a massive state-owned firm that is now selling shares on several world stock exchanges.

11/04/2007

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