American-made energy could provide a global opportunity to lead
We live in a nation rich with energy resources. Just look to our own backyard — the hydroelectric dams on the Snake and Columbia River systems fuel the Pacific Northwest with some of the cleanest and most affordable electricity around.
But today, we see a world ripe with complex relationships entangled by the Obama administration’s own resistance to develop American-made energy.
With recent events in Ukraine, it is clear that now, more than ever, America must look to become the world’s energy leader.
Oil and gas trade make up half of Russia’s total export revenue, and one-thir...
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