Articles Tagged: Jesse Ausubel

Ethical Questions Surround Climate Advocacy Group

Washington D.C. attracts a seemingly infinite number of special interests and advocacy groups lobbying for federal policies crafted to enrich them. Many of these groups have names that ring of high principle and social responsibility, regardless of the merit of their actual goals. And this month one more entered the scene: the National Climate Ethics […]

Gov. “Green” Push Puts U.S. in the Red

The current economic mess is mainly a result of government meddling, using the budget, regulations, and the tax code to push an agenda that Washington deems best. The notion that politicians can “green” the economy is, to quote Hemingway, a triumph of hope over experience. Just this month, The New York Times reported: In the […]

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