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Published October 30, 2012


The resemblance between gas and politics

The other day I heard that in some places in the country Shell Oil has gasoline stations where the gas pumps are interactive. Because of that they are taking a presidential poll, to see who is ahead....

Guest column: No one profits more from gas than the government

With the average price of gas in America hovering around $3.50 per gallon for regular unleaded, it costs more than $50 to fill a typical car's 15-gallon tank.

Guest Column: This Halloween: Be afraid

This Halloween, if you haven't said yes to organ donation, be afraid, very afraid.

Where is Joe the plumber when you need him?

Four years ago, a chance encounter between Barack Obama and Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher injected inequality right into the heart of the 2008 presidential race.

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