Antonia Juhasz

author, 'The Tyranny of Oil'

Guest

Fellow at Oil Change International, a research and advocacy organization, and Visiting Scholar with the Institute for Policy Studies; author of The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time and The Tyranny of Oil: The World's Most Powerful Industry and What We Must Do to Stop It

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California is the third largest oil producing state in the country, but the only one without an oil "severance" tax, a tax when oil is pumped out of the ground or "severed" from the…

To Tax or Not to Tax Big Oil?

California is the third largest oil producing state in the country, but the only one without an oil "severance" tax, a tax when oil is pumped out of the ground or "severed" from the…

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Since the Iraq war began, there have been claims from some quarters that the real US objective was oil.

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