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  • 2011: Out with a whimper, not a bang

    It proved as hard to break up the bankrupt European Union as it was to create it. For all the hundreds of stories predicting the imminent end of the union, insolvent Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain still hung in. Apparently if these debtors keep...
  • Defense spending is a shovel-ready investment

    President Obama just ordered massive cutbacks in defense spending, eventually to total some $500 billion. There is plenty of fat in a Pentagon budget that grew after 9/11, but such slashing goes way too far. Fairly or not, the cuts will only cement a now...
  • Obama's half-measures won't do the job

    Obama's half-measures won't do the job
    Earlier this month, the president's jobs bill failed in the Senate. Now the White House intends to break up the bill and gin up sufficient Republican support to pass key pieces. "We will now work with Senator Reid to make sure that the individual...
  • Don't let Solyndra overshadow solar industry's success

    Don't let Solyndra overshadow solar industry's success
    We have all been reading a lot about the Solyndra story of late, with numerous articles in the national news detailing the U.S. Department of Energy's support for this now-defunct solar energy manufacturer. The situation deserves the proper scrutiny of...
  • Failed solar energy company hits auction block

    Failed solar energy company hits auction block
    SAN DIEGO - A Del Mar company is auctioning off thousands of dollars of solar equipment after a business touted to lead California into the future of energy production filed for bankruptcy.Solyndra Energy was expected to bring jobs and money to the...
  • Free the markets, Mr. Romney

    In his Wisconsin victory speech last Tuesday, Mitt Romney said, "Washington has to become an ally of business, not the opposition of business." This to me is a more worrisome statement than his communications advisor's gaffe about Etch A Sketches or...
  • Obama energy strategy is sound

    Peter Morici attacks President Barack Obama for pursuing an energy policy which seeks to develop alternative energy sources ("Obama's bad bet," April 3). He brings up the Solyndra debacle, begun under theGeorge W. Bush administration, as evidence that...
  • Romney and Obama: A contrast in styles

    Romney and Obama: A contrast in styles
    WASHINGTON — Just before his speech Wednesday to the American Society of News Editors, word emerged that the Republican presidential front-runner would not allow photographers to get closer than 150 feet while he spoke. The journalists protested,...
  • U.S.-backed battery company's sale to Russian tycoon sparks anxiety

    U.S.-backed battery company's sale to Russian tycoon sparks anxiety
    Batteries made in America for America and backed by America. That's how politicians hailed Ener1. The company tapped the country's top scientists at Argonne National Lab in Illinois, and U.S. taxpayers pledged up to $118 million in federal stimulus funds...
  • Obama presidency has weakened America at home and abroad

    Gary Dorrien must have been wearing his comedy writer's cap when he wrote the preposterous claims that appear in his recent op-ed ("Stand with Obama," March 16). I know hardly where to begin. Referring to the president, Mr. Dorrien wrote: "He helped to...
  • Letters to the Editor: Guns in Florida, oil prices and natural gas

    Letters to the Editor: Guns in Florida, oil prices and natural gas
    Guns in Florida Here we go again. Sentinel columnist Beth Kassab wants to blame the death of Trayvon Martin on the "Stand Your Ground" law ("'Stand Your Ground' law goes too far," Tuesday). This is the usual liberal absurdity. The facts are plain. An...