How times change. Used to be Congress wrung its hands over oil shortages and American dependence on imports
. Now there’s a fight on Capitol Hill over whether to allow American oil companies to export
crude – because, as surprisingly few citizens know, it’s against the law for U.S. firms to sell oil into world markets. Read More
Real Clear Market
s Few doubt that a geopolitical Rubicon has been crossed with Russian troops now on the ground, and active, in Syria. There hasn't been this much Russian activity in the Middle East since before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Putin watchers and Russia experts across the political spectrum are wrestling with what it all means.
Wall Street Journal
Many environmentalists hope, and oil producers worry, that we’re entering a post-car era spearheaded by tech-savvy, bike-path-loving, urban-dwelling, Uber-using millennials—leaving behind generations of automobile owners whose thirst for gasoline seemed limitless. Read More
When it comes to technology and money, all roads lead to Silicon Valley. But when it comes to support for world-changing science, today’s tech leaders think small. The world awaits the first Nobel Prize for a Google, Apple, or Amazon scientist, or for a researcher funded by any Silicon Valley company. Read More