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The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Linnea Lueken, and the Center on the American Experiment’s Isaac Orr present episode 336 of the In The Tank Podcast. On this episode, the ITT crew talks the rise in gas prices and the Biden Administration’s contradictory responses to the increases. From promoting green energy and recommending electric vehicles, to buying more oil from Saudi Arabia and touting increased oil production in the U.S., the Biden Administration seems to be scrambling.
ENERGY CRISIS DOMESTIC
USA Today – Gas prices jump 8 cents one day after breaking record; diesel prices now highest ever
WSJ – What Surging Gas Prices Mean for You
BIDEN ADMINISTRATION RESPONSE TO CRISIS
Politico – White House is pressed on potential oil deals with Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Iran
Daily Caller – Psaki Says Higher Gas Prices Show Need for Green Transition
NYP – Biden drags feet on Russian oil ban as WH says Keystone XL pipeline is irrelevant
Washington Times – Harris, Buttigieg criticized for being ‘tone-deaf’ on energy
CNET – Elon Musk Calls For Increased Nuclear Power, Oil and Gas Production
The Hill – The American Conundrum with Electric Cars
ENERGY CRISIS INTERNATIONAL
Bloomberg – European Industry Starts Shutting Down as Energy Prices Soar
The Hill – Investigate Russia’s covert funding of US anti-fossil fuel groups
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