Either high gas prices are necessary to slow climate change or high energy prices hurt poor families the most and depress our economy. Pick one.
During his tenure in Washington, the former Iowa governor has made sure that the wasteful ethanol and biofuels sector remains addicted to taxpayers’ money.
While a small group of corn farmers may benefit from the Renewable Fuel Standard, higher gas prices and less fuel-efficient gasoline hurt everyone.
Energy prices present a golden opportunity to break the left’s coalition and win over the working class.
Government regulations pilfer nearly $2 trillion from family pocketbooks every year. Time to take handouts from cronies and give them back to taxpayers.
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