N.R.C. Nomination Shines Spotlight on Waste-Disposal Issue Dr. Macfarlane, who declined to be interviewed before her confirmation hearing, does not seem to have said much in public about the desirability of nuclear power as opposed to other electricity sources. But she has opposed Yucca Mountain, which was ruled ... 06/11/2012 - 1:03 am | View Link
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From the April 23 edition of Free Speech TV's The Bill Press Show:Previously:
Sharyl Attkisson Cries Media Bias, But Her Shoddy Reporting Speaks For Itself
Attkisson Plows Forward With Evidence-Free "Media Bias" Campaign
Sharyl Attkisson's Media Matters Conspiracy Theory
Colorado lawmakers want New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to chill out. Following Christie’s critical comments of the Centennial State’s “quality of life” earlier this week, a handful of Centennial State pols have invited the East Coast Republican to visit their state.
Why would WND dispatch Jerome Corsi to London to publish a series of reports on the trial of a conspiracy theorist? As is often the case with Corsi and WND, there's an utterly bizarre explanation: the guy on trial thinks President Obama's mother isn't his real mother.
After the nonsensical conspiracy that President Obama lacked a proper American birth certificate was finally put to rest when he released the long-form version of that document in 2011, birther conspiracy theorists have forged increasingly convoluted and bizarre allegations to try to keep the story alive.
Back in 2012, when Romney was making Obamacare's employer mandate to cover birth control in health insurance policies a thing, polling showed that he was barking up the wrong tree. Even with Catholics. That Public Religion Research Institute showed 55 percent support for the mandate. That support is still there, and stronger than ever.
Most Americans—69 percent—support the requirement that health insurance plans pay for birth control, a new survey shows.