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Regulatory Uncertainty in the Obama Administration

“Wish we could nail it, but we can’t.” — Exelon CEO John Rowe on future nuclear regulations Some on the left have complained that the right frequently blames Obama for a bad economy, because his administration creates a great deal … Continue reading

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Thirty Chernobyls: Why Space Weather Matters

Last month, Popular Science published an article suggesting more ways civilization could end in a vicious maelstrom of chaos and mass starvation. The scenario goes something like this:

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A Surefire Sign the Right Has Ceded the Clean Energy Debate to the Left

I’m sorry, but this recent post from a dilettante at the Huffington Post really got my blood boiling. Unfortunately, conservatives are partially responsible for allowing this to happen. What did they allow to happen? Well, by reflexively opposing finding ways … Continue reading

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Sell to Sucker: Potassium Iodide for Sale!

©2011 Reflections of a Rational Republican Welcome to Tulipomania circa 2011. In 1624, a tulip bulb became so valuable that some wealthy merchants were willing to pay a sum roughly equal to their annual income for it. And so now … Continue reading

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