This article appeared online at TheNewAmerican.com on Monday, June 10, 2019:
Less than two months ago, gasoline prices were headed for $3 a gallon. Today they’re headed for $2 a gallon. This is good news for summer vacationers traveling by car on road trips to theme parks and national parks. Nearly a third of America’s drivers will take a trip by car this summer, burning more than 400 million gallons of fuel every day.
The potential savings are immense, and they’re tax-free.
But not cost free.
U.S. frackers haven’t turned a profit in 10 years, and investors