November/17/2011 16:18PM
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Let’s go back to the very beginning. Naming Dr. Chu to head the DOE was duly noted in this blog as a classic mistake. It was compounded by raising the green energy budget for Chu to spend by $77 billion bringing his little venture capital empire to $176 billion. A 1997 Nobel Prize winner in Read the full article…

August/23/2011 16:19PM
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Massachusetts invested $58 million in Evergreen Energy, a solar manufacturer in 2008. Governor Deval Patrick, a friend of Obama, with a similar resume, is a big proponent of solar and government involvement in the private sector. Evergreen shut down the plant in January saying there wasn’t enough government help to make it work. Massachusetts is Read the full article…

July/17/2011 16:59PM
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Want yet another example of what little respect our President and Congress have for our tax dollars? When you listen to the big struggles about downsizing the federal government, keep this in mind. Bush put together the 2007 energy bill. It was indicative of his lack of courage. But, in fairness, if he mentioned anything Read the full article…