U.S. Energy Capital Becoming a Ghost Town. What Do We Owe It? | RealClearPolitics

U.S. Energy Capital Becoming a Ghost Town. What Do We Owe It?

U.S. Energy Capital Becoming a Ghost Town. What Do We Owe It?
AP Photo/Mead Gruver, File

This Wyoming coal town is a place of contradictions. At dawn, the land looks heavenly: Winds rattle the sagebrush; cotton-candy skies make a dusting of snow glow in pastel hues. Later in the afternoon, though, you look to the horizon and see the Earth hemorrhaging gray dust as trucks haul coal from pits the size of suburbs.

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