April 11, 2011 archive

Sunday Train: Oil Addiction is a Political Choice, not a Necessity

Burning the Midnight Oil for Living Energy Independence

We can tell that an energy policy is not aimed at ending our nation’s oil addiction in time when the speech presenting it follows up:

The United States of America cannot afford to bet our long-term prosperity, our long-term security on a resource that will eventually run out, and even before it runs out will get more and more expensive to extract from the ground. …


I set this goal knowing that we’re still going to have to import some oil. It will remain an important part of our energy portfolio for quite some time, until we’ve gotten alternative energy strategies fully in force.

from firefly-dreaming 10.4.11

This is an Open Thread

Essays Featured Sunday the 10th of April:

Late Night Karaoke shines a spotlight on The Soggy Bottom Boys, mishima DJs

Six Brilliant Articles! from Six Different Places!! on Six Different Topics!!!

                Six Days a Week!!!    at Six in the Morning!!!!

Alma‘s Got Nothing but brings smiles.  (^.^)


The latest edition of Bill Egnor‘s Sunday Bread is an airey, crusty French Bread for Fondue just in time for Spring entertaining.

KNUCKLEHEAD returns!! His Random Thoughts are truly captivating.

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