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Ghost Inside Your Haunted Head

“These days, the left has no moral high ground over the religious right. In fact, I’d take a conservative Christian over a demon-haunted leftist any day, because at least conservative Christians admit that their beliefs are faith-based. They don’t go around screaming “science! science! science!” while drinking sacrificial goats’ blood Santeria-style because the rain gods […]

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Thomas Fanning, CEO of Southern Co., Photo: Chris Goodney/Bloomberg News

Southern Co.’s New ‘Clean Coal’ Plant May Not Be Cost-Efficient

“Not Cost Efficient?” Well duh, it only costs 10 times as much as a natural gas plant. “I cannot imagine the company is going to be held accountable for a changing gas-price forecast.” Well duh, how about being held responsible for cooking the books?

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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency director nominee, is pictured as he waits for the State of the State address in Oklahoma City, Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Scott Pruitt’s Game-Changing Call for Debate on Climate Science

“The fundamental point has always been this. Climate change is governed by hundreds of factors, or variables, and the very idea that we can manage climate change predictably by understanding and manipulating at the margins one politically selected factor (CO2) is as misguided as it gets. It’s scientific nonsense.”

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Workers vehicles fill parking lots at Mississippi Power’s Kemper County energy facility near DeKalb, Miss., in this 2012 photo. Delays and cost overruns at the “clean coal” plant have weighed on Southern Co.’s bottom line. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)

Southern Co.: risky projects undercut profits, stock price

Southern violates the first law of holes: when you are in a hole, quit digging. It keeps throwing good money after bad at its Mississippi Kemper Lignite Project. That may be because it thinks it’s throwing customer’s money. That will be the case if Mississippi’s Public Service Commission makes customers pay for Southern’s mistakes. The […]

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