This should be fun. Julianne Moore playing… Sarah Palin? I get sparkles… It’s Game Change from HBO films, and the trailer has just been released. Based on the book by journalists John Heilemann and Mark Halperin about the 2008 Presidential race, this should spice up the election season just as the primaries are winding down. Ed Harris also looks… […]
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An archive of my Big Coal cartoons. The pen is mightier than the sword (but probably not as mighty as the multi-billion dollar coal industry…).
If elected, Obama would be the first president to group emissions blamed for global warming into a category of pollutants that includes lead and carbon monoxide. Senator John McCain of Arizona, has not said how he would treat CO2 under the act.
A television ad released yesterday by the McCain Campaign features Barack Obama stating that McCain’s Global Warming Proposal is “good for the environment.”
On Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Barack Obama pledged to work with Republican rival, Sen. John McCain, on the issue of Global Warming no matter who wins the White House on Tuesday.
While campaigning in Iowa this week, John McCain offered a glimmer of new support for the ethanol industry that he has long been opposed to.
Sarah Palin quotes from across the spectrum: from man not causing global warming, to the war in Iraq being a task from God, and how offshore drilling will save us – she says it all. 1. Introduction It’s obvious why Sarah Palin got the VP nod. And Saturday Night Live makes this point most brilliantly: […]
We have written extensively about John McCain’s habit of talking about supporting renewable energy while consistently voting against it. The League of Conservation Voters has just come out with a new a
We’ve suffered through too much of this cowboy politics crap (pun intended) to allow it to happen again.
We have one simple question for you: Who won the final presidential debate on Wednesday?
Barack Obama spoke in Toledo, Ohio on Monday about his economic plan, promising five million new, high wage jobs in renewable energy.
The idea that Palin is an energy expert was laughable already, but this decision showed a brash disregard for American energy independence, a cause which she champions nearly every day on the campaign trail.
A day after the second presidential debate, John McCain and Sarah Palin sat down with Fox News’ Sean Hannity to discuss, among other things, energy policy. In the interview, Mccain said Gov. Palin was “…probably one of the most foremost experts in this nation on energy issues.” While Palin may have some exposure to the politics and business of oil and gas in her home state of Alaska, I struggle with the idea that she should be considered a foremost expert on energy.
In Tuesday night’s debate, not only did McCain ignore the potential solutions presented by truly clean and renewable sources of energy, but he even went so far as to discount Senator Obama’s concern about the disposal and storage of nuclear waste, describing Obama’s position as “something like that”.
On the heels of our first RG&B debate poll conducted to gauge public opinion on the first and only vice-presidential debate, we’ve decided to follow up with a poll for the top of the ticket.