Normally, I am not much of a voter, but this election cycle is different. I’m growing more enthusiastic about voting in the midterms. For once, I am looking forward to it.
“Though natural gas prices have fallen recently, this year’s spike related to Russia’s war on Ukraine will still mean higher household heating bills for Americans this winter.
The big picture: The Energy Information Administration forecasts that households that use natural gas as their primary home heating fuel — nearly half of all households — will see their average winter heating costs rise 28% this year to $931. …
But, but, but: U.S. wholesale natural gas prices are still up 68% so far this year. …“
We’re in the midst of a cold snap in the Deep South.
As it happens, this year my isolationist foreign policy views are neatly aligned with my views on Russia, my hatred of PMC social liberalism, the military-industrial complex, the Deep State and the amount of money that I am spending in higher prices at the gas pump, the grocery store and on the gas bill.
Note: The shitlibs here in Auburn have Ukraine flags and “Hate Has No Home Here” signs in their yards.