Like it or not, the US Interior Department is moving full steam ahead with an offshore wind energy plan for North Carolina The Great State Of North Carolina Plunges Deeper Into Offshore Wind Energy was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Project by: Jerrica Zaric Interior Design Location: United States It's every fashion lover's dream to have a large, functional closet to store their great collection of shoes, clothing, makeup and accessories. So, when my fashionista...Show More Summary
Mark Carney just finished a great panel here at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. In a wide-ranging discussion of the current state of global economy, he listed two "false assumptions" that he worries investors will have now that Europe is awash with new money from the European Central Banks' new quantitative easing stimulus. Show More Summary
New leader of the state Senate Kevin de León made waves last fall for both the lavish “inaugural” bash he threw himself and for the speech he gave there. “Isn't it time we shatter the great American myth about pulling oneself up by the bootstraps?” the Democrat...
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… The State of the Late Night Snark is Strong "Last night President Obama gave the State of the Union address, and I just have to say that I don't know what union he was describing but I want to live there. Show More Summary
We have a nice long weekend upcoming and their is no shortage of cold in most parts of the United States. Which makes it a great weekend to stay inside and binge watch new shows on Netflix. And this February it has been a great month...Show More Summary
I kidded former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, urging him to agree with me that the president’s State of the Union address was “great.” DeLay surprisingly said, “actually I thought it was great…I just love the kind of address he gave. It just laid out his socialist ideas…” His point was that the president’s boldness should push [...]
A roundup of moves companies are currently making in the digital music space. Digital music often seems as ubiquitous as water in the United States, so it's easy to forget there are still a lot of countries that don't have the opportunity to pay to use on-demand streaming music. Read Full Story
MOBILE, Ala. — With hundreds of coaches and scouts in attendance, the Senior Bowl is a great place to get noticed. For good reasons and for bad. For Tennessee State OT Robert Myers, we're not sure which category to put him in. On the one hand, his on-field performance in a decent group of tackle has been somewhat up and down. Show More Summary
They may be some case here, but of course that is not George Will is actually arguing. He is pulling numbers from outer space to tell a story of a run away welfare state. As he quotes that great welfare reformer of the past, Daniel Patrick...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… A Reason to Stand for Something And in health news, a new report says that sitting down too much can literally kill you. As a public service, this morning I'm posting a typical hour of my C&J workday to demonstrate how I avoid the scourge of excess sitting: 00:00 Sit. Show More Summary
As you can see from our feature article, today came news - coming just hours after the President's State of the Union address - is that John Boehner and Congressional Republicans have been negotiating a massive in-kind political donation to the reelection campaign of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show More Summary
Winter grips the Great Lakes region of the United States, and that grip has once again manifested itself on the lighthouses that dot the shore of southern Lake Michigan. When conditions are favorable, winds churn the waters of Lake Michigan, building waves over ten feet in height. Show More Summary
When people in 48 of America's 50 great states hear "tenderloin," they probably think filet mignon. Then there's Indiana and Iowa, where the word means a crisply fried juicy cutlet of pork loin on a pillowy hamburger bun. Here's where you can get the best tastes of Austrian schnitzel transformed into deep-fried Americana.
President Obama sure is consistent. His State of the Union address sounded like his other speeches: What I've done is great! America is in a much better position. More oil is produced at home. I cut deficits in half! Does the President...Show More Summary
As we all know, Mitt Romney is a genius, so it's no surprise that his response to the President's State of the Union address is as wise as we've come to expect from one of the great thinkers of our day: A couple of things: "Politics" and "leadership" are not mutually exclusive, especially when one is the President of the United States. Show More Summary
A self-deprecating Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) told a group of reporters this morning that he thought Rep. Joni Ernst (R-IA) gave a "great job" delivering the GOP's response to the State of the Union last night, especially since she didn't screw up like he did in 2013.
Others will surely discuss, at length, and in great detail, the actual policy merits and demerits of President Obama’s latest State of the Union address. To me, the thing that made it stand out was simple. Not the put-down heard ’round the world: “I know, because I won both of them.” (“Oh snap!” said the Internet.) Not the […]
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… A Tale of Two Health Insurance Ads Over the weekend my eyeballs caught sight of appeals from two rival Maine health insurance providers to get people to sign up before the 2015 enrollment period ends. One...Show More Summary
President Obama sure is consistent. His State of the Union address sounded like his other speeches: What I’ve done is great! America is in a much better position. We’ve created