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June 13 -- Last month, the U.S. Energy Information Administration announced to the Los Angeles Times that two-thirds of the gas thought to be available for hydraulic fracturing in the U.S. does not exist.

This was a rough blow to those who have touted fracking as a surefire path to energy independence, as was the recent discovery that the Canadian tar sands oil planned to be transported via the Keystone XL pipeline is specifically intended for sale overseas.

But those who relied on these filthy energy sources to make the U.S. energy-independent need not despair: energy independence is still easily attainable. >>View Article

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