As published in The Bulletin...
On the one year anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident, our thoughts and prayers are with those who lost loved ones in the Great Tohoku Earthquake and resulting tsunami....
Over the next several months, if the economy continues to improve, President Obama and his Democratic allies will no doubt spike the ball and start an end zone victory dance.
Despite four years of trillion-dollar deficits and other growth stalling directives from Washington, they'll celebrate saying change has dawned.
Nearly three decades since the debate over America's high-level nuclear waste disposal began, the science remains clear that permanent geological storage of spent fuel is superior to our present quagmire of on-site storage.
Jobs. That's our 2012 agenda in a word. Looking for a few more words? Look no further than recent recommendations from the president's jobs council.
Our nation's energy policy is a matter of both national security and economic certainty. Where we get our energy and at what price have a significant impact on local job creation, American competitiveness and day-to-day costs for Michigan families and businesses. As ongoing tensions around the globe remind us, our energy future is an issue that cannot be taken lightly.