Oil's Monopoly Limits American Vacations

Friday, May 27, 2011

In an article in the Wall Street Journal this morning:

The U.S. summer driving season starts next week amid predictions that gasoline consumption in the U.S. will be lower than last year as squeezed motorists cut back due to high prices. Fear that this phenomenon will diminish overall oil demand has been a big factor in the recent fall in international oil prices from their April high of $127 a barrel.

However on the other side of the world, industry observers see the opposite situation due to the threat of electricity shortages in China.

The price of oil and how it fluctuates has far too much influence on our economy and our culture. The Open Fuel Standard will free us from oil's domination. If you're committed to setting America free, take action now. Start here.


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