Should the government be blamed for the increase of fuel prices?

Answer On One Hand: The U.S. Has Little OilAccording to the U.S. Select Committee on Energy Independence, the United States uses 60 percent of all the oil produced in the world, yet possesses just 5 perce... Read More »

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How are you coping with the sharp increase in prices for food and gas?

I am not doing too well. It's taking too much money to keep my car on the road. I have filed for disability due to health issues so money is really tight. My car needs a transmission and of course ... Read More »

If you are pregnant would the cervical mucus increase today is dry this may be a sign of a negative test any ideas?

Answer Cervical mucous isn't a good way to tell if you are pregnant or not, some woman have lots of cervical mucous and others don't have as much that shows. I'm pregnant and sometimes I have a lo... Read More »

Why do bond prices go up when stock prices fall?

Stocks and bonds are competing investments that attract different classes of investors. Because of corporate structure, bonds offer less risk, while stocks are associated with greater profit potent... Read More »

Are propane prices tied in with gasoline prices?

Propane gas prices are tied to gasoline prices because both fuels come from crude oil and are in direct competition with each other, according to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.References... Read More »