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A Pricey Cartoon and a Madman

I had a really good cartoon by Tom Toles of the Washington Post that I planned to share with you this afternoon.  Having spent the last ten years of my accounting career in the publishing industry, I am ever conscious of copyright law, so I always try to cite or footnote passages I might use from a publication, and I request permission directly from the publisher if I want to use a lengthier portion of an article.  1,049 more words


Donald Trump Formal Policy Address on Energy

By Paul Homewood


h/t Stewgreen





Donald Trump spoke to thousands at the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota yesterday after clinching the GOP nomination for President of the United States. 1,674 more words

Climate Change

oldbrew reblogged this on Tallbloke's Talkshop and commented:

' ' And there's more: Donald Trump: I'll cancel Paris climate agreement and stop all payments to UN fund to mitigate effects of climate change worldwide http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/27/donald-trump-ill-cancel-paris-climate-agreement-and-stop-all-pay/

Donald Trump Will Take Middle-Class and Poor People's Donations "But Says They Can Never Be Great!"

It is rare that anything Donald Trump says surprises me, and even more inconceivable that I would allow myself to get worked up by his rhetoric. 432 more words

Internet Ministry

The Oversupply Of Oil Means Ports Are Swamped With Oil Tankers

By David Haggith – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

This picture of one port tells a major story: Tankers are running circles around the Chinese port of Qingdao. 1,354 more words

GDP & Employment

Japan’s Nuclear Future

by Francis Sugita

Japan has relied on nuclear energy for its electricity since the late 20th century because of its lack of other energy resources. In early 2011, before the tsunami struck, nuclear energy accounted for nearly 30 percent of Japan’s electricity output (World Nuclear). 310 more words

Nuclear Power

#ColoradoRiver: Lake Mead Drops But Hoover Dam Powers On -- Circle of Blue

From Circle of Blue (Brett Walton):

Six years ago, at the end of the summer of 2010, federal Bureau of Reclamation officials worried that Hoover Dam, the biggest hydropower enterprise in the Southwest, might soon go dark.

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Colorado Water

LPG Fracking in New York

LPG Fracking in New York: A Loophole and a Compromise

SUNY Buffalo Law School – Environmental Law

Collin Doane – J.D. Candidate 2017


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