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Right Said Fred

There’s much to recommend in this Fred Barnes retrospective of the Bush presidency: like the president, Barnes is a political animal who sees Republican
Jul 31, 2020

Right Said Fred

Right Said Fred

There’s much to recommend in this Fred Barnes retrospective of the Bush presidency: like the president, Barnes is a political animal who sees Republican
There’s much to recommend in this Fred Barnes retrospective of the Bush presidency: like the president, Barnes is a political animal who sees Republican
Jul 31, 2020

Sponsor of N.C. anti-gay marriage amendment has questionable medical credentials

Sponsor of N.C. anti-gay marriage amendment has questionable medical credentials

A lead sponsor of North Carolina’s proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage is under fire this week for allegedly falsifying his medical credentials and
A lead sponsor of North Carolina’s proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage is under fire this week for allegedly falsifying his medical credentials and
Jul 31, 2020

New Mexico’s Ben Ray Luján criticizes GOP budget plan

New Mexico’s Ben Ray Luján criticizes GOP budget plan

Rep. Ben Ray Luján was critical of the budget plan put forward by Republicans and unveiled by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., Tuesday, saying on the House floor that the budget “makes the wrong choices for hard-working families.” Luján, who represents New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District, also said the proposed Republican budget “ends Medicare and Medicaid as we know it by privatizing Medicare
Rep. Ben Ray Luján was critical of the budget plan put forward by Republicans and unveiled by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., Tuesday, saying on the House floor that the budget “makes the wrong choices for hard-working families.” Luján, who represents New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District, also said the proposed Republican budget “ends Medicare and Medicaid as we know it by privatizing Medicare
Jul 31, 2020

Head of Dept. of Energy panel: EPA study on fracking going too slow to be useful

Head of Dept. of Energy panel: EPA study on fracking going too slow to be useful

The head of an Energy Department panel working to improve the safety of hydrofracking says the Environmental Protection Agency’s ongoing study of the practice, slated to be completed in 2014, is too slow to be of much use. The seven-member Energy Department panel, led by former CIA Director John Deutch, has a 90-day deadline to identify immediate steps to improve the safety of hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, a technology that injects chemicals and water into rock formations to free trapped natural gas. “I am concerned about the time schedule” for the EPA’s final report, Deutch said today during a meeting of his natural- gas subcommittee in Washington
The head of an Energy Department panel working to improve the safety of hydrofracking says the Environmental Protection Agency’s ongoing study of the practice, slated to be completed in 2014, is too slow to be of much use. The seven-member Energy Department panel, led by former CIA Director John Deutch, has a 90-day deadline to identify immediate steps to improve the safety of hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, a technology that injects chemicals and water into rock formations to free trapped natural gas. “I am concerned about the time schedule” for the EPA’s final report, Deutch said today during a meeting of his natural- gas subcommittee in Washington
Jul 31, 2020
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