Natural gas and coal seem to be the top to sources lawmakers are leaning towards. (WASHINGTON TIMES) - Over the past several years, energy policy has fallen victim to election-season oversimplification, turning critical issues into sound bites. Liberals have claimed that … Continue reading
Since oil prices surged in the summer of 2008 causing gasoline prices to push passed the $4/gallon mark, the American energy sector has been in overdrive drilling oil and natural gas wells all across the country. Those four+ years of … Continue reading
What happened to the president’s pledge to an “All of the Above” energy policy for our country? (THE HILL) – The Interior Department on Friday issued a final plan to close 1.6 million acres of federal land in the West originally slated for … Continue reading
Guess who gave me a shout out yesterday in Niles, OH? House Speaker John Boehner.
Cleveland’s WOIO-TV spoke with Gas Can Man outside a Pres. Obama rally in Mentor, OH. Check out the news report. Here are a few of the photos from outside the rally.
Gas Can Man rolls gas prices back in Columbus, OH. Gas Can Man attends a Barack Obama rally. Lima, OH greets Gas Can Man and his $1.84/g gas rollback tour. And Zanesville, OH welcomes Gas Can Man at the Starfire … Continue reading
Gas Can Man met with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in Arlington, VA today. The two rolled gas prices back to $1.84/gallon for 150 lucky Arlington drivers. (ARL NOW) – For just over two hours this morning, regular unleaded gasoline … Continue reading
So many drivers in so many cities love $1.84/gallon gasoline. Ohio’s Cincinnati and Goshen got a taste of what it would be like to fill up for $1.84/g gas.
The first city on today’s agenda was Mason, OH where 100 drivers got the chance to fill up their cars with a $1.84/g gallon.
A lucky 100 drivers got to fill up their tanks with $1.84/g gas today in Cleves, OH. Here are a few of the photos from the rollback.