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Showdown in Little Middle East, and the Patriot Act Debate.

If you’ve guessed it you’re right, I’m a non-interventionist. Simply put, I don’t believe America should put its nose in the affairs of other nations. It’s costly, domineering, and burdensome, and for those reasons I tend to find myself agreeing with the argument of minding our own business. 482 more words


Iran bill a mess after Cotton, Rubio try to force votes - By Burgess Everett 4/30/15 11:43 AM EDT Updated 4/30/15 10:01 PM EDT

Republican amendments complicate efforts to secure Democratic support.

Sens. Tom Cotton and Marco Rubio used a hardball procedural tactic on Thursday to force contentious votes on a bill allowing congressional review of a nuclear deal with Iran, a move that jeopardizes the measure’s future.

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Cameco Corp upgraded to outperform at Raymond James

Cameco Corp. was upgraded to outperform from market perform at Raymond James as its Cigar Lake uranium project appears to have turned the corner.

Analyst David Sadowski, who also raised his price target on the stock to $28 from $22, noted that what was once a major risk factor is now ramping up very well and makes Cameco’s growth guidance more realistic. 112 more words

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By Rebecca Emrick
Staff Writer

Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, the relationship between the United States and Iran has been rocky at best. One aspect of the rocky relationship between the two countries has been Iran’s nuclear program. 1,148 more words


Audi's Diesel Fuel From Air:

Neat, but it’s something we’ve known about for a while. All it takes is power, which is one of the big arguments for cheap nuclear energy such as LFTRs.

Science And Technology

Secondary Source: "Too Hot to Handle: The Controversial Hunt for Uranium in Greenland"

Henry Nielsen and Henrik Knudsen (2013), “Too Hot to Handle: The Controversial Hunt for Uranium in Greenland in the Early Cold War,” Centaurus, 55:3, 319-343. 1,118 more words

Nuclear Energy

End Energy Subsidies

By Chris Edwards – Re-Blogged From http://www.downsizinggovernment.org

The energy industry has been heavily regulated and subsidized by the federal government for decades. The Department of Energy’s array of subsidy programs grew out of atomic research efforts of the 1950s, responses to the energy crisis of the 1970s, and concerns about conservation and global warming in recent decades. 1,992 more words

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