Big Oil on Townhall

David Sterman - Sun Jul 21

Petrobras has managed to disappoint its backers in new and novel ways. The oil giant vastly overspent to get those big oil fields ready for production, the Brazilian government sought onerous levels of taxes from the company, and investors had to sit idly by as the company issued massive blocks of new shares, leading to hefty dilution. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Tue Mar 19

Townhall.com Staff - Wed Apr 25

David Harsanyi - Wed Apr 18

This week, President Barack Obama is taking the fight to "oil speculators" and "market manipulation" (nee "free enterprise"), demanding that traders put up more money for transactions and government ratchet up enforcement and monitoring. ... more

AP News - Thu Mar 29

David Limbaugh - Fri Mar 9

How much truth is there in President Obama's latest favorite mantra that we consume a disproportionate share of the world's oil, especially considering how little of the world's reserves we have? ... more

Christopher Prandoni - Tue Nov 8

Democrats should be rooting for America’s oil and natural gas producers to succeed—the nine million people employed by the industry and millions of shareholders certainly are. Not cheering yet? You should be. In all likelihood, you are Big Oil. ... more

Crista Huff - Fri Nov 4

Market index trends don’t affect whether I buy stocks, because there are always good stocks to buy: profitable companies with good chart patterns. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Mon Oct 31

Moammar Gadhafi is dead. Abdelbaset al-Megrahi isn't. Despite his being convicted of planting the bomb that brought down Pan Am Flight 103 on the night of December 21, 1988, killing all 259 people aboard and 11 others on the ground when it crashed in the vicinity of Lockerbie, Scotland, scattering debris and bodies in its wake. ... more

Reuters News - Fri Oct 14