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Looking back at a fruitful year, and vowing to keep fighting in 2017/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog, Policy Cafe rvercruse /by Robin Vercruse
It’s that time of year again. Time for all of us to look back at the past 12 months, and to look ahead to the coming year. Thinking about 2016, well, it’s been quite a ride.
Renewable fuels supports a lot of U.S. jobs, and that number could grow/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
The United States imports about 10 million barrels of oil a day, out of the 19 million barrels we consume. Thirty-seven percent of imported oil comes from our pal Canada, but 35 percent comes from not-quite-as-cuddly OPEC nations. It doesn’t have to be that way.
What booms, must ultimately bust: How the boom/bust oil cycle works/in Economy, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
Today we’re going to take a look at the boom/bust cycle infamous within the oil industry, and how it helps — and then hurts — state economies.
Help Fuel Freedom create the next wave of American jobs/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
The election is over, and the people have spoken.
And the 2017 Green Car of the Year is…/in Economy, Environment, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
This year’s Green Car of the Year finalists were nothing short of incredible.
Soccer moms will lead the rEVolution/in Economy, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
My mother is an amazing woman. Besides excelling at all the “typical” motherly duties, she also tirelessly lugged me and my friends to soccer practice, my sister and her friends to dance rehearsal, and she still found time to keep our fridge constantly stocked with healthy food. And her vehicle of choice? A minivan.
You have a choice, America: Here are 10 examples, and one key exception/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog mgattenyo, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
As Americans, we have abundant choices in virtually everything. From the cars we drive to the food we eat, freedom of choice is a defining part of our country.
The clear connection between fuels and the air we breathe/1 Comment/in Environment, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Air quality in the United States is far better than it once was: The EPA says that between 1970 (the year the agency was created, and the Clean Air Act made into law) and 2014, aggregate emissions of six common pollutants dropped by 69 percent. But there’s still much room for improvement.
What comes out of a tailpipe, anyway?/3 Comments/in Environment, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
We’ve all been stuck behind one before. A car that clearly hasn’t passed a smog check in years, spewing smoke from its tailpipe like there’s no tomorrow. You probably know that the stuff coming out of there isn’t good for you, or the environment. But what exactly is it composed of?
Air pollution is scarier than ghosts and goblins/1 Comment/in Environment, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
It’s comforting for parents to know that all the most frightful aspects of Halloween — even candy corn — will be an afterthought come Nov. 1. All the candy will either be devoured, hidden away for rationing, or shipped off to the troops.