When they’re real citizens, saying what they believe, charges of ‘astroturfing’ by the other side are baseless. Organizing supporters or opponents of a cause to take action is what grassroots politics is all about.
By Jay Vincent, Senior Vice President for Energy, The Saint Consulting Group Last week, nuclear industry executives and allied interests met in Washington to carve out a role for nuclear power in the U.S. as a stable, base load source of energy generation that is both reliable and “green.” Hosting several key Capitol Hill speakers, including House Majority Leader Steny … Read More
Earlier this month, Jay Vincent, Saint Consulting’s senior vice president for energy, drew attention in The Saint Report to opposition to transmission lines that might block President Obama’s vision of a new power grid for America. Peter Slevin and Steven Mufson have just published in The Washington Post a broad look at the dueling interest groups, billions of dollars and … Read More
Madison, Wis., is taking a close look at zoning changes to enforce green climate change that echo the draconian “no-growth” proposals which Peter Gorrie explored in the Toronto Star last week — see Saint Report post by Mike Saint on 6th Jan. Jeff Poor writes in Business and Media Institute: In one of the most politically left-of-center cities east of … Read More