‘All-of-the-above’ approach to energy policy

Not permitting the market to dictate is just another way of saying that something is illegal and freedom of choice shall be denied. Once you give government power to choose what you shall have, what you will do and how you shall live, those in government will want and take more power.

Climate Etc.

The U.S. energy revolution is not confined to a single fuel or technology: oil and gas production, renewable energy, and fuel-efficient automobile technologies all show great promise. To best position the country for the future, U.S. leaders should capitalize on all these opportunities rather than pick a favorite; the answer lies in ‘most of the above.’ – Michael Levi

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