President Obama says he is for an "all of the above" energy policy, and likes to take credit for domestic production being up. But, as Steve Forbes says, the Obama Administration has "the most anti-oil and gas record in U.S. history." Whatever production increases there are have happened in spite of Obama's policies, not because of them. And, it sure isn't coming from federal lands or offshore reserves.
Gas prices are soaring - up for the 21st consecutive day in a row - and we are still more than two months away from the start of the peak driving season. If by chance your weren't already fired up enough, the next time you stop to fill-'er-up and you stare in disbelief as the meter spins wildly cha-ching - you might want to reflect on the following information courtesy of the fact-finders at the House Republican Study Committee.
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