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Recent Energy And Environmental News - January 26th 2015

By John Droz, Jr ~

This is the latest Energy Related newsletter from John Droz.

Among the linked sites for this cycle, there is some really good news. 830 more words

Public Opinion

NASA Scientists Admit Only 38% Chance 2014 Was Hottest Year On Record

By P.J. Gladnick ~

Yahoo! Spike that climate change football! The mainstream media has spent the past few days doing a victory dance in the endzone because of the announcement that 2014 was the hottest year on record based on instrument observations that the earth’s temperature might have increased by a factor of two-hundreths of a degree centrigrade with a margin of error of a tenth of a degree centigrade….meaning that a decrease in temperature was also well within the margin of error. 490 more words

Public Opinion

How These Green Companies Are Gouging Consumers With The Government’s Help

By Stephen Moore ~

Solar panels are being installed on the roofs of homes and businesses all across America at a record pace. The fad is the latest way for families to “go green” — the energy equivalent of blue recycling bins. 1,372 more words

Public Opinion

This Is The First Lawsuit Filed Alleging White Voters’ Voting Rights Are Being Diluted

By Hans von Spakovsky ~

The Equal Voting Rights Institute filed an historic lawsuit on Jan. 15 in Texas on behalf of white Dallas voters alleging that Dallas County commissioners are diluting their voting rights. 998 more words

Public Opinion

Bernie Sanders: Keystone XL Pipeline Would Leave Planet ‘Significantly Less Habitable’

By Kate Scanlon ~

President Obama has promised to veto any legislation that reaches his desk authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., thinks that is a “good idea.” 203 more words

Public Opinion

Wind Energy’s Bluster Peters Out

Cape Wind looks dead in the water, Minwind is bankrupt

By Marita Noon ~

Touted as “America’s first offshore wind project,” Cape Wind became one of America’s most high-profile and most controversial wind-energy projects. 1,164 more words

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White House Threatens To Veto Jobs, Energy And Common Sense

By Nicolas Loris ~

For good reason, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate’s first order of business would be a vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. 588 more words

Public Opinion