Fossil Fueled Federal Deficits: Blogged In the U.S.A.
Americans using oil for transportation and energy infrastructures tithe foreign terrorists indirectly, drive the U.S. national debt deeper with foreign loans to pay for inefficient, uncreative macroeconomic policy that prioritizes support for global corporatism at the neglect of national renewal. In 2005 ten of the twelve richest corporations (by revenues) were fossil fuel or auto corporations. The political impact they have on U.S. policy is extreme. These essays written in 2005 and 2006 consider U.S. politics, corporatism, federal deficits, outsourcing of jobs, decay of national infrastructure comparative economic advantage, Middle East policy, illegal alien immigrant labor policy etc. Alternate home energy production for electric fuel is necessary to terminate increasing political domination of U.S. federal policy by global corporations.
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