If you live in Alaska for one year, you can expect a check. Thanks to Sarah Palin, this year’s check will be increased by $1200. Each resident receives $3,200; that’s $22,400 for Palin’s family of seven. How did she do it?
After failing to pass the extensions 8 times so far this year, the bill was approved by an overwhelming 93 to 2 majority.
While at a campaign stop in Maumee, OH, Democratic vice-presidential hopeful Sen. Joe Biden said there should be no new coal plants in the United States, clean or otherwise. Biden also stressed the need to get China on board. Watch for yourself: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/v/7rXyTRT-NZg&hl=en&fs=1]
In a recent television ad released by the McCain campaign, the Senator picks up on the critical issues of energy and the economy. But the League of Conservation Voters isn’t buying it.
The U.S. Senate is likely to vote today on legislation that would extend tax breaks for renewable energy production and energy-efficiency measures. Republican presidential hopeful John McCain has recorded an absent vote on the matter 8 times this year. Will he make it 9?
Palin’s record is already dirty enough to warrant a trip to the free clinic, and that’s just as Governor! What is she capable of if elected as VP?
Indigenous groups from the Americas, Africa and Asia are worried that, if industrialized nations are allowed to purchase carbon rights from their forests, they will lose out, seeing ownership change hands without them even being consulted.
With the recent election of Tzipi Livni to the leadership of Israel’s Kadima Party (the leading party in Israel’s ruling coalition), she has the opportunity to become Israel’s first female Prime Minister since Golda Meir and its second ever.
An often repeated lie by people that do not like nuclear power is that “Wall Street does not like it” and “not a dime of private capital” has been put at risk in any of the several dozen new nuclear power projects that are currently underway in the United States. Another one is that the […]
Check out some of the things Palin has had to say about the environment.
The EPA’s system for deciding whether or not some chemicals we use on an everyday basis are toxic and can cause cancer is severely flawed, and the agency isn’t really doing anything about it.