More Mush from the Times
In a New York Times editorial celebrating the recent demise of the ethanol subsidy, the Old Grey Lady once again descends into outright falsehood to malign the industry that Progressives love to hate: Congress should now focus on the oil industry, which has long enjoyed a web of arcane and unnecessary tax breaks — deductions for well depletion and intangible drilling costs. They are unique | Read More »
How Much Will It Cost to Repeal the ‘Oil Subsidies’?
This week, the Senate is set to consider the repeal of certain provisions of the tax code as they relate to the oil and gas industry. By styling these tax breaks as “subsidies”, the Administration and other opponents of the industry wrongly equate them with the benefits enjoyed by ethanol, wind and solar energy. But the tax credits for alternative energy production are true subsidies, | Read More »
Mr. Obama: Why Do I Feel Like There’s a Target on My Back?
Meet The Obama Energy Strategy: cripple the fossil fuel industry with a goal of curtailing production/consumption with high prices while boosting the competitiveness of highly-subsidized alternatives. It’s called Central Planning.
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