If You Built It… (They’d All Have to Come)

In the last post, (after a relatively short-lived rant), I highlighted the current state of affairs within our energy sector and offered up a good starting point for reform and improvement.  Today, I’ll be going into a bit of detail as to why and where my home, my commute, and my workplace should, would, and could infuse renewable energy solutions and provide a 100% fossil fuel free energy network.

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Both of These Things (Are Not Like the Others) – Part 2

To recap last week, I kicked off my analysis of the two most recent organizations to form under a non-partisan flag; No Labels and The Centrist Project.  In the first installment, I tried to give you a feel for the shared vision that brings them together and the wholly independent strategies they’re taking to achieve it.  This week, I’ll be breaking apart each organization’s agenda, outlining their most critical ideas for political reform, and grouping like items to arrive at a comprehensive, and definitively non-partisan, reform agenda.

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