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Why won’t Rand Paul admit he’s changed his mind?

Back in Washington after a long break last week, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul was stepping off the escalator in the Capitol basement on his way to lunch, when a reporter approached him with a straightforward question. Why, asked Weekly … Continue reading

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Why won’t Rand Paul admit he’s changed his mind?

Back in Washington after a long break last week, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul was stepping off the escalator in the Capitol basement on his way to lunch, when a reporter approached him with a straightforward question. Why, asked Weekly … Continue reading

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Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders says he may run for president as a Democrat

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders is considering a run for president — as a Democrat. “I am thinking about running for president,” Sanders, a self-proclaimed “Democratic socialist,” said in an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday. “Running as a … Continue reading

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Ontario Grid Hits 35% Renewable Energy

Clean Power Published on September 11th, 2014 by Stephen Grinwis 29 September 11th, 2014 by Stephen Grinwis   Current State of the Ontario Grid As I write this, there are 2,312 MW of wind power being dumped into the Ontario … Continue reading

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Almost half of Americans feel less safe now than before 9/11 attacks, poll says

On the eve of the 13th anniversary of 9/11, almost half of Americans feel less safe than they did before the attacks, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds. According to the poll conducted Sept. 3-7, 47 percent of … Continue reading

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Almost half of Americans feel less safe now than before 9/11 attacks, poll says

On the eve of the 13th anniversary of 9/11, almost half of Americans feel less safe than they did before the attacks, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds. According to the poll conducted Sept. 3-7, 47 percent of … Continue reading

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As Coal Jobs Leave Kentucky, Where Are the Renewable Energy Jobs?

Kentucky doesn’t distinguish itself in a new report quantifying so-called “clean energy” jobs announced around the country in the second quarter of 2014. The report from non-profit Environmental Entrepreneurs said these types of opportunities are growing in the U.S.—it listed … Continue reading

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Jobs: Signs of strength, pockets of pain

  Friday’s jobs report was disappointing to just about everyone. But looking beyond the measly 142,000 jobs created in August there was some good news mixed in with the bad. There are still pockets of real pain among those looking … Continue reading

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Jobs: Signs of strength, pockets of pain

  Friday’s jobs report was disappointing to just about everyone. But looking beyond the measly 142,000 jobs created in August there was some good news mixed in with the bad. There are still pockets of real pain among those looking … Continue reading

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Clean and renewable energy were topics of discussion Wednesday in Kalamazoo – Michigan Business Review

KALAMAZOO, MI – Clean and renewable energy, and what can be done to develop more of it, were the topics of discussion Wednesday as environmental advocates met with business people and others. “We have to have better strategies for sustainability … Continue reading

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