PRESIDENT’S COLUMN How hard is it to make a decision once you are presented with the facts? That’s the question we have to ask many Members of Congress who still contend that they “aren’t sure” whether or not they will support the comprehensive immigration reform and amnesty now being debated on Capitol Hill. It seems […]
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If we waste this opportunity [to address climate change], it may be the only thing our generation – generations – are remembered for. We need to find the courage to leave a far different legacy. Secretary of State John Kerry Speaking on Climate Change You want ‘comprehensive immigration reform’? Start with reliable adjudications, fully cleared […]
A huge divide is developing across America as citizens are choosing sides on the use of hydraulic fracking to extract huge quantities of oil and gas. If you live in a state where the push is on to embrace fracking as a means to greatly increase output of fossil fuels, you are probably well aware of the […]
At the end of 2012, the European market boasted 55 offshore wind farms and the U.S. had absolutely none. The question arises: “What’s the holdup?” There are a wide variety of answers to that inquiry. However, many are cleared up by Cleantechnica.com’s new report, titled “Where Do I Put My Offshore Wind Farm?,” a two-page […]
Unfortunately, NPG’s hopes for dispassionate Congressional debate on immigration reform hit a snag at its very beginning. At the House Judiciary Committee’s first hearings on rewriting our nation’s immigration laws, Congressman John Conyers (D-MI), the Ranking Minority Member, noted: I hope no one uses the term illegal immigrants here today. Our citizens are not – the people in this […]