By fulfilling its threat, Iran would give us an opportunity to do "a damn thing" -- without firing a shot.
Any shortage of crude is a contrivance, a willful shortage of production capacity to manipulate price. When it comes to oil, we are being had.
To talk about China's pollution without concurrently mentioning China's plans for nuclear energy development is analogous to writing about the Kentucky Derby without mentioning horses.
OPEC has trained our government officials so well that while we are being plundered we extend our appreciation and thanks.
The chairman of Chevron advised us that "profits are in the mid-range". This after ringing up billions at levels never experienced before by his company or the oil patch generally for that matter.
A few days ago President Bush sent a letter to King Abdullah reaffirming his commitment to the agreements reached at the ranch at Crawford Texas in April 2005...
Regardless of whether Gore decides to run again, I sense that something akin to the perfect storm is developing on the issue of energy policy.
Where I part ways with Mr. Gore is in his reluctance to give adequate consideration to nuclear energy.