You may have heard the news. President Obama submitted his budget to Congress this week, and tucked deep within the 170-page progressive manual, there's a number that has everyone talking (and not in the way you'd want). 


That's how many cents the price a gallon of gas would increase by, on average, if the White House had its way.   

Over time, all that change adds up, costing the average American household hundreds of dollars every year.

The good news is that President Obama's plan to raise your price at the pump is dead on arrival in Congress. So while he schemes of more ways to make hardworking Americans pay for his radical climate agenda, there's only one number that really matters:


That's how much of a chance his new oil tax has in this Congress.