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  1. Electric Vehicles Needed in Dystopian Future

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    THERE HAS BEEN TOO MUCH VIOLENCE, TOO MUCH PAIN. NONE HERE ARE WITHOUT SIN. I AM GRAVELY DISAPPOINTED. AGAIN YOU HAVE MADE ME UNLEASH MY DOGS OF WAR. LOOK AT WHAT REMAINS OF YOUR GALLANT SCOUTS. WHY? BECAUSE YOU'RE SELFISH! YOU HOARD YOUR GASOLINE. NOW, MY PRISONERS SAY YOU PLAN TO TAKE YOUR...
  2. Russia-Ukraine: Effects of New Sanctions on American Energy Security

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    http://energypolicyinfo.com/2014/07/russia-ukraine-effects-of-new-sanctions-on-american-energy-security/
  3. Mullen & Hannah Offer Insight on Geopolitics & Energy Security

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    http://energypolicyinfo.com/2014/07/adm-mullen-john-hannah-offer-insight-on-geopolitics-energy-security/
  4. Russia's Covert War Against European Fracking

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    Moscow’s Mules: Russia's Quiet War Against European Fracking http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/06/20/russias_quiet_war_against_european_fracking *** Shale Development in Eastern Europe: Interview with Keith Smith...
  5. Professor Michael Ross Explains the “Oil Curse”

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    interesting research http://energypolicyinfo.com/2014/05/michael-ross-on-how-oil-wealth-drives-uncooperative-states/
  6. Gas prices shouldn't be high, but are: What gives?

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    I was blissfully unaware of high gas prices until I saw this article at USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/2014/05/18/why-gas-prices-are-high/9188415/ U.S. production increases have not lowered prices
  7. Suspicion Confirmed: EV Opponents Are Russian Stooges

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    Oil Dependence: Bad actors, good solutions "In other words, Russia and a number of petro-states know that they have what the rest of the world needs, and that they can get away with a lot of bad behavior as a result. In this way, the oil dependence of the United States and other major...
  8. Key Energy Security Tax Credits Maintained

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    The Energy Policy Information Center (a project of Securing America's Future Energy) recommends the passage of "tax credits on 3-5 year time frames": http://energypolicyinfo.com/2013/01/key-energy-security-tax-credits-maintained/
  9. Electric-Car Politics: Attacks Hurt U.S. Innovation, Security

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Electric-Car Politics: Attacks Hurt U.S. Innovation, Security http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1075453_electric-car-politics-attacks-hurt-u-s-innovation-security
  10. France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA rated ‘high risk’ for energy security

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    "The world’s second largest consumer of energy, the USA, rates as ‘high risk’ in the short-term, primarily because of the high imports of fossil fuels and electricity needed to support its colossal demand for energy. The largest percentage of US oil imports come from Middle Eastern countries -...
  11. Concerned Scientists: The Truth about Rising Gasoline Prices

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    The United States cannot drill its way to energy independence. We consume nearly 25 percent of the world’s petroleum, yet hold less than 2 percent of the proven reserves. The only way to cut U.S. dependence on foreign oil producers is to significantly cut our need for oil by increasing fuel...
  12. National security hawk here

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Hi, newcomer here. My motivation is different from many other Volt enthusiasts, who focus on greenhouse gas or conventional pollution. I view the Volt's environmental effect as good and praiseworthy, but my primary focus is on de-funding our terrorist enemies by ending oil's monopoly status...
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