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Despite allegedly bold initiatives, such as last year’s Energy Independence and Security Act, America isn’t any freer from overseas petroleum.
On the surface, the argument looks solid. Imported petroleum, some 60 percent of the petroleum we use, exposes our politics and economy to stresses halfway across the planet. It raises an already massive trade imbalance, which must be corrected by ever-greater federal borrowing, who funnels tens of billions of dollars into Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Venezuela countries who are considered to be unfriendly and, sometimes, actively anti-American.
- Does a renewable energy future depend on foreign oil?
- Is Energy Independence a good thing?
- Is more energy conservation the answer or does it further cover up the problem?
- Are we too dependent on technology saving us from running out of energy solutions?
- Does the supply and demand equation work in context to energy?
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