Over the weekend drivers in California woke up to the realization that gas prices are surging to a new record high, but why? What is causing the price at the pump spike? (WASHINGTON POST) – Gasoline at the pump in … Continue reading
How could gas prices creeping near $4.00/gallon in most parts of the country not be on voters minds? (NBC17) – In the triangle, gas prices are up 30 cents over this time last year as voters prepare to head to … Continue reading
People all across the internet are asking, “who is Gas Can Man”? This video sets the record straight. Special thanks to Rachel Brooke, Ricky Skaggs, Darrell Waltrip, Pamela Aniese, and Charlie Daniels.
In the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, 100 drivers in Asheville, NC were made really happy by the sight of $1.84/gallon. Check out this news report from Asheville’s WLOS-TV.
What a great day in wonderful Jacksonville, Florida!!! One hundred luck drivers got their tanks filled up with a $1.84/gallon gas (max 15 gallons). The local Jacksonville media came out and covered the excitement. (NEWS4JAX.COM) – JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A … Continue reading
Gas Can Man supports an “all of the above” energy policy, and that includes coal mining. He doesn’t think hard-working coal miners should be laid off because of Obama’s War on Coal. SHARE if you agree!
“A new film starring Matt Damon presents American oil and natural gas producers as money-grubbing villains purportedly poisoning rural American towns. It is therefore of particular note that it is financed in part by the royal family of the oil-rich … Continue reading
Gas Can Man and NewsRadio 1070AM WINA made 100 drivers in Charlottesville, VA very happy with the opportunity of filling up $1.84/gallon. Here are a few photos from the rollback.
Today, I made the people of Las Vegas really happy. They were able to buy 15 gallons of gas at $1.84/gallon. That’s an “All of the Above” energy policy that everyone can get behind. Check out this news report from … Continue reading
Today, I made 150 people in Reno, Nevada really happy. Why you ask? They were able to buy 15 gallons of gas for $1.84/gallon. That’s an “All of the Above” energy policy that everyone can get behind. Check out this … Continue reading