Terrorism and US energy policy

Today (Sept. 11), terrorists have forced on us a war by coming into our home and killing friends and neighbors. This is the time for analyzing US energy policy or, say the lack of it, that forces this nation to depend so heavily on crude from the very rogue nations the president was speaking about; some of those also finance and house many such terrorists.While US citizens in general love cheap oil and gas, many of our oil and gas companies were forced to go overseas to explore for such "cheap energy sources." Then the US Congress passed the AMT (Alternative Minimum Tax) laws that killed the entrepreneurial independents at home. Basically, our politicians killed the domestic energy indust...

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