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Fossil Fuels Still Powering the Economy
Bernard L. Weinstein, Dallas Business Journal Truth in politics could be considered a misnomer. Let’s stick to the facts. Earlier this year, President Barack Obama embraced an “all-of-the-above” energy strategy for the United States, touting a two-pronged plan to pursue renewable, next-generation energy sources while simultaneously ramping up production of traditional fossil fuels to ensure the necessary energy for U.S. economic growth and helping to reduce the country’s reliance on foreign suppliers. However, progress on the natural gas front has increased in spite of Obama’s energy policies, not because of them. Read More (Subscription Required)
Test Your Knowledge on North American Trade
Test your knowledge on trade in North America and how we compare to trade groups world-wide.
Reflections on the Economic Legacy of President George H.W. Bush
President George H.W. Bush provided peerless leadership in addressing the economic challenges of his time and laid the foundation for unprecedented prosperity over the two decades following his Administration.
Promoting Inclusive Urban Growth: A Call To Action
Many U.S. cities face growing challenges in building economies in which each generation lives better than the one before. Learn what steps city councils, businesses, and nonprofits can take to course correct.