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Biden’s Gas-Price Gaslight

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Federalist has compiled a list purporting to catalogue every lie that has come out of the Biden administration since President Joe Biden’s...

Oil Climbs as US Bans Russian Crude Imports

(Associated Press) Stocks gained ground, oil prices jumped and the price of nickel surged so much that trading for it was shut on Tuesday,...

Biden Begging Socialist Venezuela for Oil After Killing US Independence

(John Ransom, Headline USA) If it wasn’t a sad enough spectacle seeing President Joe Biden kowtow to communist China over the COVID virus, now Biden has overdrawn the humiliation...

Gasoline Prices Spike on Talk of Banning Russian Oil

(Associated Press) Gasoline prices rose overnight, pushing Monday's national average above $4.06 a gallon, the highest price American motorists have faced since July 2008,...

US Set to Again Become Net Importer of Oil Despite Vast...

(Daily Caller News Foundation) The U.S. is projected to become a net importer of crude oil in 2022, just two years after the nation...

Senators Call for Gas Tax Suspension to Blunt Rising Prices

(Associated Press) Some Democratic senators on Wednesday called for suspending the federal gas tax for the remainder of the year to help consumers struggling...

Crude Oil Heading for $100 a Barrel, Driving Gas Prices Up

(The Center Square) Biden administration policies hostile to domestic oil production coupled with the Russia-Ukraine conflict and OPEC+ policies are contributing to crude oil...

OPEC, Allies Keep Pumping More Oil Amid Omicron

(Associated Press) OPEC and allied oil-producing countries decided Tuesday to pump more oil to the world economy amid hope that travel and demand for...

Gas Prices Set to Surge in First Half of 2022

(Daily Caller News Foundation) The price of gasoline is set to increase to $4 per gallon or more within five months, according to an...

No Gasoline without ‘COVID Papers’? It’s Happening…

(Jon Miltimore, Foundation for Economic Education) It’s hard to know what’s real and what’s fake on the internet these days. So when I stumbled...