ENERGY, ARMIES, AND BUDGET CUTS
U.S. lawmakers soon will perform a tricky balancing act on energy and fiscal issues. Within the next few weeks, Congress must approve, reject, or let die proposals for a national energy strategy. After that, but probably before the 1992 general elections, it will have to acknowledge the failure of last year's budget fiasco and deal, once again, with ominous fiscal jeopardy. Like jaws of a vise, the issues are connected.