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A U.S. X Prize to Solve Global Warming?
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A U.S. X Prize to Solve Global Warming?

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New Wyoming Senator John Barrasso recently introduced legislation that brings a fresh new approach to the issue of global climate change.  The “Greenhouse Gas Emission Atmospheric Removal Act,” or GEAR Act, would create a commission at the Department of Energy to establish an award system for scientists working on carbon dioxide sequestration technologies.  The general model is the X Prize and other prize competitions, which have a rich tradition going back to Charles Lindberg’s first trans-Atlantic flight.

02/20/2008
While I Was Away...
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While I Was Away...

Hi there, FT readers.  Hope you've been reading checking out what I've been writing over at Andrew Sullivan's blog.

02/19/2008
Colorado Battles Big Government Health Care
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Colorado Battles Big Government Health Care

Colorado’s “Blue Ribbon Commission on Health Care Reform” recently published it’s final report.  Predictably, the commission advocates the standard collection of mandates, subsidies (to families earning as much as $80,000), and “cost shifting.”  To quote the report: 

02/19/2008
Lightbulb Mandate May Spark Cancer Epidemic
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Lightbulb Mandate May Spark Cancer Epidemic

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The recently passed energy bill includes a mandate that will ban the traditional incandescent light bulb. New research, as reported by the Washington Post, strongly correlates lower melatonin levels with breast cancer.

02/19/2008
House-Sitting
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House-Sitting

FYI: Posting here will be lighter this week as I'm part of the crew who's guest blogging for Andrew Sullivan over at the Atlantic.

02/18/2008
Payday
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Payday

Virginia blog Leesburg Tomorrow is complaining about FreedomWorks' support for payday lenders in Virginia.

02/14/2008
Obamanomics
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Obamanomics

For anyone thinking that Barack Obama might somehow favor less intrusive economic policies than Hillary Clinton, this ought to suggest otherwise:

02/14/2008
Business as Usual: House GOP Picks "Proud" Earmarker Over Jeff Flake
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Business as Usual: House GOP Picks "Proud" Earmarker Over Jeff Flake

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In a very disappointing turn, yesterday House Republicans selected Rep. Jo Bonner of Alabama to the Appropriations Committee, instead of a reformer like Rep. Jeff Flake. It's a clear signal that, despite recent rhetoric, House Republicans haven't broken their spending addiction. Like too many members, Rep. Bonner has institutionalized pork requests. He even says on his web site that pork projects are "accomplishments" that he is "proud of".

02/14/2008
Natural Resources
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Natural Resources

Are we running out of natural resources? Listening to the chatter of the media, it can certainly seem that way.

02/14/2008
The Googly Eyed Monster
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The Googly Eyed Monster

BY Peter Suderman

When Microsoft recently announced its proposal to acquire Internet search giant Yahoo! for $44 billion, two things were immediately certain. First, consumers would be likely to see enormous potential benefits from a merger between the two companies. Second, bureaucrats, rivals, and Microsoft-haters of all shapes and sizes -- but especially those that rhyme with frugal -- would do anything they could to slow or stop the deal.

02/14/2008

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