Articles by Gregg Laskoski
U.S. policy toward Iran has been rich on rhetoric but lacking any identifiable action to deter President Ahmadinejad's uninterrupted nuclear weapons pursuit.
A "pay-per-mile" strategy to pay for transportation system maintenance may not be a better replacement for higher fuel taxes.
Much of the gas price volatility in 2012 was caused by problems at refineries.
The U.S. can't afford to see gas prices rise.
The energy industry should be allowed to ebb and flow with free markets, not controlled by government stimulants.
Action by the federal government
The United States is expected to become the world's largest oil producer, but demand in developing countries will keep our gas prices from falling.
When the government meddles in the auto industry by raising efficiency standards, consumers lose.
The timing of the presidential election is beneficial for the candidates, who won't see higher gas prices until the spring.
The attacks on U.S. embassies in the Middle East haven't raised the cost of oil.