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  • Conservatives Try to Make Solyndra the Controversy They've Been Hoping For

    Conservatives Try to Make Solyndra the Controversy They've Been Hoping For
    The Wikipedia category "George W. Bush administration controversies" is a cornucopia of screw-ups, power grabs and big fuck-you's to the American public. The anonymous army that compiles the site has tagged 145 articles as subjects that could be...
  • Durbin praises cooperation in Congress, worries about debt talks

    Durbin praises cooperation in Congress, worries about debt talks
    U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said today he hopes a short-term agreement to avoid a federal shutdown and fund disaster relief “creates a new spirit of cooperation” between Democrats who control the Senate and Republicans who run the House. But...
  • Solar home business shining in Maryland

    Solar home business shining in Maryland
    It might not seem to be a bright investment right now, after weeks of seemingly endless clouds and rain, but solar panels are popping up on rooftops all over Maryland. With government help in the form of tax credits and grants, companies making equipment...
  • With his latest solar boondoggle, O'Malley must be gunning for a cabinet post

    Let me see if I have this right. We are going to pay $60 million for a solar project at Mount Saint Mary's University for which the kilowatt hour rate is "well-above current cost" ("Largest solar power project under way," Sept. 30). The solar panels may...
  • Mailbag: Irvine 11 editorials got it wrong

    I cannot understand why the L.A. Times and the Daily Pilot continue on their editorial pages to defend the Irvine 11 (Editorial: Irvine 11, D.A. both made mistakes, Daily Pilot, Oct. 2; "Editorial: Punishing the 'Irvine 11' again, Los Angeles Times, Sept....
  • Readers' Solutions: Getting Connecticut Back To Work

    Readers' Solutions: Getting Connecticut Back To Work
    BET ON WORKERS We must focus our efforts on the hundreds of small companies based in our state and especially manufacturing firms. I propose an incentive for hires in the high-tech and manufacturing sectors to build the work force for the future....
  • Solyndra's failure doesn't discredit the larger solar power industry

    Rather than the Washington political circus that undoubtedly will mark Congress' upcoming hearings into the collapse of Solyndra, the government-subsidized solar panel maker, the company's problems should be viewed as an unfortunate bump in the road...
  • Romney returns to Pennsylvania Tuesday

    Romney returns to Pennsylvania Tuesday
    To swing or not to swing? Mitt Romney is returning to Pennsylvania a month after his last visit to the state. Tracing President Barack Obama’s footsteps, Romney arrives in battleground western Pennsylvania on Tuesday afternoon where he’ll use...
  • Obama raises money from "a handful of wealthy donors" too

    Why don't you tell your readers the truth for a change? According to The Sun, evil GOP candidates are using super PACs to "raise and spend unlimited amounts of cash on their behalf" ("In the presidential campaign, money talks," Feb. 23). Why don't you...
  • Green Wheels: A promising plug-in hybrid dies

    Green Wheels: A promising plug-in hybrid dies
    The news was saddening and, for me, totally out of the blue: one of my favorite EV companies was closing. Since it was launched in 2008, I've been closely following an Indiana-based company called Bright Automotive, which came up with a great plug-in...
  • Carbon Motors will not receive loan from Department of Energy

    Carbon Motors will not receive loan from Department of Energy
    The Carbon Motors Corporation announced on their website Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Energy would not proceed with the company’s $310 million application for a direct loan under the Advance Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program. ...