Get Radical To Fix U.S. Oil, Energy Issues
As a student journalist in 1979, struggling to afford gas for my thrifty Ford Maverick, I covered a speech by Gerald Ford in which he warned that as Iran's stability quavered, Americans would soon learn about the Strait of Hormuz and its crucial role in world oil markets.
More than 32 years later, as we hear about Iran's latest threat to close the strait and U.S. gas prices rise, it seems we haven't learned much.
On energy, as with so many other issues, our national leaders are stuck and our narrative is stuck.
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