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    Now Is the Key Moment for Energy in the Presidential RaceA group of five Democratic and five Republican senators is pushing compromise legislation that could blunt GOP attacks.
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    Obama: ‘It’s Like These Guys Take Pride in Being Ignorant.’Obama responds to the tire-gauge mocking campaign. But is it a slam dunk?
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    Obama Thinks Offshore Drilling Might Not Be So Bad After AllThough Obama would surely rather be discussing energy policy than his similarities to vacuous socialites, his new approach to gas prices may not be a political winner.
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    Obama and McCain Keep Trying on EnergyOverall, the candidates’ energy proposals are falling flat — either too flip-floppy, too craven, or just plain unhelpful.
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    Will McCain’s Flip on Offshore Drilling Flop With Voters?Doesn’t help that George W. Bush also just decided to back offshore drilling, nope.
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    Bubbles Aren’t Bad for EveryoneThis guy wants you to think about bubbles in the old-fashioned, happy way, for once.
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    Oil and Water One advantage of that flooding that’s bound to overtake New York? Deeper waters will presumably make it all the more difficult for oil tankers to run aground off Coney Island, as this one, the White Sea, did this morning. (Reportedly no oil was spilled.) See, a benefit to global warming: It’ll make it easier to import oil. Perfect! Oil Tanker Runs Aground Off Coney Island [AP via Crain’s]