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Monthly Archives: February 2012
During Iowa’s debate over HF 561, an act relating to the permitting, licensing, construction and operation of nuclear generating facilities, it seems unclear whether the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is a villain or a hero. Proponents of nuclear power have … Continue reading
Progressives and others have been going wild this week over a Rick Santorum remark denegrating college education, basing his statement on something that President Obama didn’t even say. It is time for us to get over being shocked by every “crazy” … Continue reading
Thanks to CCI for this legislative update. http://iowacci.org/ Which bills beat the funnel? Friday was the first funnel date at the Iowa statehouse – the date by which a bill must pass out of its first committee. Here is how … Continue reading
Monday – Thursday from 7:00-800 pm, join us for the fusion of politics and civility at 98.3 WOW-FM and on-line at 983wowfm.com. Call (515) 312-0983 or (866) 908-TALK to participate in the conversation. If you miss the show, you can … Continue reading
Investigation: Just Who Is Behind Voter ID? A Local television station in Omaha, KMTV, investigated the ALEC connection to the proposed voter ID laws in Nebraska. Iowa is also part of the story. ALEC has been called the most powerful … Continue reading
I read the above line in a story on DailyKos Wednesday. It really got me. This is a procedure that is some cases is needed to save a woman’s life. This means that in all but only a sliver of … Continue reading
I ran across a story this week that a theory by Alan Turing had been proven. As I read this article, it could have some significance in explaining the mechanics of evolution. (I may be wrong). We will have a … Continue reading
During Iowa’s public discussion of nuclear power over the last three years, proponents have frequently mentioned Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) as the solution to some of the problems with nuclear power. That current nuclear technology is flawed, resulting in massive … Continue reading
Trying to keep track of all the ways that Republicans have set in motion at state and national levels to win the 2012 election with a little cheat here and a big cheat there and whatever other maneuvers is an … Continue reading