Green energy companies have had their fair share of blame the last few years when it comes to shorting promises made to taxpayers.
WA exchange spends $2.6M on rap videos to promote Obamacare signups
Its latest advertising push features a rap duo interviewing people who have signed up for coverage through the state's healthcare exchange
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The numbers are in: on January 24, more than 3 million people played a part in National "Shout Out For Solar" Day.
The following week, even President Obama gave a personal “shout out” for solar during his State of the Union speech, which was seen by nearly 35 million Americans.
By all accounts the first annual "Shout Out For Solar" Day was a huge success. We are thrilled that so many of you joined us, adding your collective voices (and Facebook feeds and Twitter handles!) to the celebration of solar’s record-shattering 2013 and to look forward to a sunny 2014.
We’ve been saying it all along: America Supports Solar. In fact, nine out of ten Americans think we should be getting more of our energy from the sun. With that in mind, we launched a new website: AmericaSupportsSolar.com, to help all of you – our solar supporters and advocates – better understand the important role solar energy plays in our economy and our environment.
Please take a moment to check out the new site and share it with your friends.
And thank you again for your support!
Solar Energy Industries Association
Dec. 5, 2013
Obama's inequality hypocrisy
Before President Obama begins making income inequality and economic mobility his chief policy agendas, perhaps he should look at how his own policies have affected both.
Subsidizing green energy is like supporting operator-assisted telephones with party lines
Green energy mandates and tax credits are remnants of an outdated energy policy whose time has come to be permanently shelved.
Hatchuel: The Coming Global Wealth Tax
"Indebted governments may soon consider a big one-time levy on capital assets."
July 1, 2013
Whatever happened to the filibuster?
On June 26, the Bureau of Economic Analysis revised downward growth for the first quarter from 2.4 percent to 1.8 percent annualized — and so of course stocks rallied by 254 points the next two days.
David Bozeman's annual tribute to Calvin Coolidge.
Judicial Watch "has obtained records from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) revealing that the agency has spent millions of dollars for the warrantless collection and analysis of Americans' financial transactions."