I can not for the life of me understand why this administration continues to deprive us of the chance to drill in our own soil for oil that belongs to us. With gas prices on a rocket sled toward $5 a gallon, it ought to be obvious that any real sign that we will take advantage of the vast resources in our possession could drive prices down quickly. George Bush proved that in 2008, when his executive order cause gas prices to drop about $2.50 in six months.
Of course, the President’s slavish devotion to the hokey religion of environmentalism might not be the only reason gas prices are so high. His hapless foreign policy could also be a cause.
I’m not a conspiracy theorist by any means, but can probably forgive me for thinking his incompetence might not be entire accidental.
The new podcast post will be up some time around mid-day so keep your eyes peeled!
And now, links!
- Bill Whittle has begun the work the MSM wouldn’t do on Barack Obama’s past.
- If you’re interested in choral music, you will enjoy this extended look into a rehearsal directed by Eric Whitacre of several of his pieces.
- Ed Driscoll’s review of Atlas Shrugged has the very best title of any review of the movie I’ve seen. I won’t give it away here. Click on over and read the whole thing.
- If Barack Obama is such a naturally-gifted politician, why does he manage to make himself look so bad, so often?
- Pat Austin notes that “people are cranky”. I’m pretty sure she’s discovered the entire theme of the 2012 elections.
- I admit, I have no good business explanation for why a Hollywood studio would make a movie in which the main character is a bisexual, promiscuous Jesus.
- What happens to former Air America radio network hosts? Why, they become bitter and violent protesters. In other words, no real change.
- Here is a handful of scrumptious-looking pasta recipes. Who doesn’t like pasta?