After the US elections

Instead of talking and not acting on meaningful energy supply, Congress now will stop talking. That’s the biggest change likely to come from takeover by the Democratic Party of the House and maybe Senate in the Nov. 7 congressional elections. The Democrats will talk about energy supply, of course-just not meaningful supply. If they manage in the 110th Congress to implement any of the priorities they set for the 109th, the only thing meaningful about what they achieve will be uncompensated cost.The priorities appear in a document entitled New Direction for America, produced while Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California, the new speaker of the House, was leader of the opposition party. Among ...

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