Energy Subsidized Job Creation?

With the U.S. federal government experiencing annual budget deficits in excess of $1 trillion, what is the most efficient manner to utilize limited federal funding to increase energy develop- ment, job creation, and energy security while at the same time minimizing the environmental impacts of energy development and usage.The High Noon Debate on Energy examined the success of energy-related “subsidies” and the impact on long-term job creation. 


Moderator:   Charles C.W. Cooke, National Review

Panelists:     Bob Dinneen, Renewable Fuels Association

Steve Moore, Wall Street Journal

Tom Pyle, American Energy Alliance

Michael Zehr, HBW Resources

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