Monthly Archives: May 2011

it ain’t easy bein’ green, ctd.

Last week I posted a critique of an article about wind integration that had shown up in my Twitter feed, shared by David Roberts. The article dismissed concerns about the cost of integrating wind into our energy mix, based on … Continue reading

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it ain’t easy bein’ green

If you’re interested in energy and climate issues, then you should definitely check out the writing of David Roberts at grist.org, a news/blogging site that focuses on environmental issues. I don’t always agree with him, but I find that his … Continue reading

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coming attractions: the badger state

Herb Kohl, the senior Senator from Wisconsin (and my former employer*), has announced that he will not be seeking re-election in 2012. Senator Kohl has, for as long as I can remember, been content to quietly pursue his legislative priorities while … Continue reading

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promises shmomises

Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’re no doubt aware that the U.S. recently killed Osama Bin Laden by sending a team of Navy SEALs across the Pakistani border to Abbottabad, without informing the Pakistani government. I don’t … Continue reading

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