Destroying America by Denying Access to Energy


Destroying America by Denying Access to Energy

By Alan Caruba

Gold Coast Chronicle

Jan 22, 2012

It is the crime of the century that America, home to some of the world’s greatest reserves of coal, natural gas and oil, is being deliberately destroyed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of the Interior as they do everything in their power to restrict access and drive energy producers out of business.

It is common sense that a nation that cannot produce sufficient electricity to turn on its lights and power its manufacturing sector will be destroyed if current Obama administration regulations and actions continue.

Our vital transportation sector and all others that utilize petroleum-based products will suffer, too.

While President Obama babbles about millionaires and billionaires, everyone will be impoverished by the loss of jobs and revenue our energy sector produces now and can produce in the future.

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One Response to Destroying America by Denying Access to Energy

  1. cromwellshead says:

    This strikes me as Agenda 21. I was amazed the other day, I was asked to sign a petition against the British Governments “green” policy. The people starting it are some of the biggest warmists in the UK. They cite its unaffordable, will be unsustainable and will only profit investors and “green” industries.
    When the warmist running dogs turn on their own desired goals and say they are unachievable, well, given this article what other conclusions is a fellow to reach?

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