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Feds revive vehicle loan program after flops
WASHINGTON — The Department of Energy is reviving a vehicle loan program it pledged to retool after criticism it funded flops and wasted taxpayer money. The department announced Thursday it has...
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Department of Energy
Too Good To Be True Edition
Do you Read In? Sign up today and get all the political news you need, from Capitol Hill and beyond, delivered right to your inbox every day! -- The vastly different electorates that turn out in...
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Letters to the editor — March 17
Good warriors are not “just warriors” A while back a writer bemoaned the fact (his take) that this country no longer had a “warrior” at its head. My interpretation was that he longed for that classic...
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George H. W. Bush
Going Green: Big Politics, Big Business and Big M...
Going Green: Big Politics, Big Business and Big Money Sometimes I wonder if Generation Z and whatever comes next will grow up thinking the color green was named after an environmental cause. After...
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Bowling Green State University
Constitutional Convention overdue
In the last 100 years, Congress has granted enormous power to the Executive Branch. Recent examples are the Dodd-Frank Bill and the Affordable Care Act. By its own actions, Congress relegates wide...
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Email letters, March 13, 2015
Email letters, March 13, 2015 Commissioners’ position on easement request was shortsighted, disappointing I was disappointed at the decision of the Mesa County Commissioners to take more time to...
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Mesa Land Trust
A Rebuttal To James Bliss’s Article Of Feb. 1, 20...
Contrary to James Bliss's opinion, the T.E.A. party (movement) does not support "corporate governance"; furthermore we reject "crony capitalism" and "corporate welfare" (G.M. bailout,
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Center for American Progress
Solar power propaganda vs. the real world
When a former "senior communications official at the White House" writes a blog post for U.S. News and World Report, you should be able to trust it. But when the author states that the Keystone...
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The vast right-wing conspiracy is still real. Als...
After all, if reporters wanted to critique Hillary Clinton’s record as Secretary of State—something they should be doing, given her ambitions—they would do well to … critique her record as Secretary...
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Government and energy don’t mix
Editor: The ill-fated decision by Morris, Sussex and Somerset freeholders to risk $88 million on a now-failing scheme to install solar panels on public buildings is ominous for the state. Solar and...
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Energy Information Administration
The Big Green Hustle, Part 2
By Harry C. Alford NNPA Columnist Yes, the dot-com era was filled with fraud. One year, we had 14 high tech startups pay sponsorship for our annual conference. The next year they were all gone –...
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A hydrogen highway to hell
In 2004, then-Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger outlined his vision of creating “hydrogen highways all over the state of California by the year 2010” – primarily subsidized by state taxpayers, of course....
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