Because the world needs renewable energy, renewable energy needs a new lifecycle.
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The US needs an election before the next round of energy legislation. Congress, with its consumption mandates and production subsidies, has done enough damage already.
The European Union has forfeited credibility needed elsewhere with forays last month into drilling and diction.
So far, oil and gas companies have been strangely absent from Democratic Party explanations for why the congressional super committee failed.
National obsessions blocking work vital to US energy supply apply just as logically to struggles against crime on the US-Mexico border. It’s just a matter of spreading fear.
By definition, only one item on a list of bad attributes can be the worst.
As the US switches off Daylight Saving Time, Americans should wonder why Congress in 2005 didn’t just fiddle with clocks and call it a day. Lawmakers instead reshaped energy policy in ways that haven't been good for crude oil and natural gas.