Today, America imports from foreign sources about 60 percent of the oil it consumes. About three of the 11 million barrels per day the United States imports come from the Middle East.
Because the foreign countries control the price of oil and who they sell to.
US foreign debt is now over 4.5 trillion dollars a year. China holds a majority of the US foreign debt.
Americans had more times read foreign places.
There will be way more fuel on hand... more fuel... less $ at the pumpThere will be much less dependency on foreign countries (that we finance so they can buy weapons to use against us)Less conflicts about trade and money in the Middle East.
Rely less on foreign oil. NovaNET! mickey~
a gallon? US average is about $1.90 a gallon, but it depends on what region of the states you are in.
Egypt gets 1.5 Billion a year from US
This past year the US gave a approximately $1.5 billion to Egypt
They don't want the competition that the other foreign beef producers pose with their imports. They want the opportunity to supply beef to the people of the USA themselves, not rely on imports instead.
Depends on which model of the Boeing 777 aircraft. It can vary between 39,000 US gallons and 45,220 US gallons maximum fuel. Yes, that is a LOT of fuel.
The Netherlands is a very wealthy country (17th in the world by GDP). As such it requires no foreign aid.
Foreign investment in the US is seen as a sign of in the US economy?
One gallon of diesel fuel is calculated by truck drivers to weigh 8 pounds.
The fuel capacity is 17.1 US gallons or about 64.7 liters.
18.5 US Gallons
The President of the United States establishes US Foreign Policy and manages US foreign affairs through the US Department of State.