“Reality.” The word has a comfortable, solid sound to it, doesn’t it? Good old reality. Dependable, like the North Star…like sunrise. But, is it actually like that? Are you sure that it isn’t just a bunch of ideas planted in your head? Really?
On the other hand, “brainwashing” has such a sinister sound [...]
Earlier this week the US State Department released their environmental impact study of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Essentially they found no environmental risks that were unmanageable and made no decisions on whether building the pipeline would be beneficial to the economy and energy needs of the United States.
They made a number of obvious statements…like [...]
Former Wisconsin DNR secretary George Meyer says he’s concerned that a rift is developing between the state and the tribes in part due to differences over last years attempt to fast track a new mining bill supported by Gogebic Taconite .
Gogebic Taconite’s lobbyist, Bob Seitz, says the key to going forward now is to [...]
OK…I apologize…I got carried away with the paraphrase in the headline.
What Mr. Romney actually said is the federal government should pass disaster recovery on to the states or even better on to private enterprise where ever possible. So those of you on the east coast who have lost power, have had to evacuate, or [...]
While campaigning in Ohio, GOP Republican Vice-Presidential candidate and Representative Paul Ryan (WI 1 CD) trotted out the lies about the Keystone pipeline helping make the US energy independent:
Mitt Romney’s administration on Day One would approve a pipeline that would run from Canada to U.S. refineries in Texas, creating thousands of jobs and pushing [...]
Most of you who read this blog realize that Mitt Romney and our own Governor Scott Walker are huge proponents of growing the economy by reducing the onerous burden of regulations on small business. And you also realize that those very regulations often insure that we live in safe neighborhoods and communities, enjoy clean air [...]
At a campaign event earlier today in Hobbs, New Mexico, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney unveiled his energy plan.
Here’s a synopsis of Romney’s plan:
How would you feel if your drinking water was contaminated with human waste so your representative’s big political donor could increase his profit margins? Would you like it if your representative put a polluter’s need for acquisition of wealth ahead of your need for clean drinking water? For many residents of Assembly District 38, these [...]
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