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China Shuts Solar Panel Factory After Anti-Pollution Protests

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Chinese authorities have temporarily suspended production at the Zhejiang JinkoSolar Company factory that makes solar panels in eastern China following protests by local residents who blame the plant for fouling the local air and water with pollution, a government Web site reported on Monday. Since last Thursday, the Zhejiang JinkoSolar Company factory has drawn hundreds …

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Koch Brothers, Err Heartland Inst. 6th Annual Conf. for Climate Change Deniers

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The sixth annual international conference of climate change deniers, brought to you by the Koch Brothers, commonly referred to as the Heartland Institute convened Thursday at the Washington Marriot Wardman Park Hotel. There were featured presentations from the likes of Patrick Michaels, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, which is a so called ‘green …

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Newly Released Rich Poor Gap Charts Show Gap Increasing Faster

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As the economy and job outlook continues to be stagnant, the rich poor gap is growing faster as these rich poor gap charts show. As the great recession of 2009 and the economic slump that followed have triggered a jobs crisis that’s been making headlines since before President Obama was in office, and that will …

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Deregulation Definition – Deregulation History and it’s Status Today

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What is deregulation, and is it good for everyone or just business and the economy? It is also a hot topic for most government officials as well as big businesses. Like most government policies, you can’t please everyone all the time. Republicans are the first to complain about regulations in the name of ‘less government’, …

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EPA Greenhouse Gas Regulation Opponents Dominate TV News Coverage Deregulation

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The opponents of the EPA Greenhouse Gas Regulation have appeared on more than 75 percent of U.S. television news as featured guests and so called experts, discussing the Environmental Protection Agencies regulation of greenhouse gases between December 2009 and April 2011 and opposed such regulation, and supporting deregulation, according to a analysis by Media Matters. …

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Clean Energy – Future Of Clean Energy in US from Secretary of Energy Chu

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Clean energy sounds like a great idea for most people, and Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, in his speech to the Washington Post Live Smart Energy Conference on Nov. 3, 2011 mentioned our choices in America are to either surrender of take advantage of the huge economic opportunities that are becoming available in the smart …

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Tea Party Political Agenda Beware Whom You Vote For

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The Tea Party and their rise to power may have similarities to other political power plays. For instance, in 1929, after the stock market crash which sent a struggling Germany back down financially, along with the rest of the world, people were left in despair. Germans hungry, unemployed, and despaired people were looking for a …

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