It wasn’t all that long ago that supporting nuclear power as a Democrat in New York State was an easy way to lose an election.
"In 1992 I was in a three-way race for the State Assembly," said Assemblyman Kevin Cahill, whose opponents in that race were a high school math teacher in his fifties Read More
A friend invited me to row up the Hudson yesterday and I met Rob and his mates at Croton Point—very pretty, and dominated by a massive landfill now covered in grass, with a plant to burn off the methane.
A few miles brought us to Indian Point, the nuke plant.
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The week before the ExxonMobil Corporation’s recent annual shareholders meeting, several hundred of the mega-corporation’s executives, investors and analysts received a disconcerting piece of mail: an ExxonMobil-logo’d envelope labeled “Revised Annual Report Enclosed.” In a cover letter, ExxonMobil chairman and chief executive Lee R. Raymond explained: “I know you already received a copy of our Read More