Ideas about energy prices differ as widely as religious camps. Effects of energy prices are as far-spreading as wild mushrooms. Their nature is as fickle.
Real effects of energy prices are so disparate that anyone can easily produce a “proof” for their side of “economic reality.”
Handpicked proofs clutter the news.
National proposals are now afoot that would raise the price of energy from fossil fuels, by far our most-used source.
What would be the end result? As practice, I lay out a cross section of facts to stir thinking.