Bill O'Reilly's Confused Approach To Solving High Gas Prices


Last week I was interviewed by Alan Colmes from Fox News Radio on the topic of gas prices. During the interview, he mentioned an idea that Bill O'Reilly has proposed, and that is to address gasoline prices by discouraging U.S. oil companies from exporting their products. The critics of Bill's proposal have generally focused on the notion that "We can't tell the oil companies where to sell their product." However, there is a far more fundamental issue, and that is that the basic facts of his proposal are based on an erroneous assumption. Let's first…

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