On Tuesday night, President Obama named energy independence as one of the nation’s most urgent priorities. Yet on Wednesday, Obama’s Interior Secretary Ken Salazar decided against opening up what could be one of the world’s largest oil supplies right here in the U.S. What did Salazar do? How much oil will now just go ignored in the name of moving towards wind, solar and other alternative energies? And how does the Obama budget blueprint make life miserable for oil and natural gas producers? Will this just target the Exxons of the world or will many small businesses be hurt as well? We ask Kevin Kennedy of the Institute for Energy Research.