Caroline May is a policy analyst for the National Center for Public Policy Research. Prior to joining the National Center, Miss May worked at the American Enterprise Institute, Commentary magazine, the D.C. Examiner and in North Carolina talk radio at News/Talk 1110 WBT.
Miss May earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in history and religious studies from Rice University, where she published a conservative newspaper column, and she completed course work at Cornell University.
She currently lives in Washington, D.C. but will forever be a proud North Carolinian.
Senate Democrats are considering yet another global warming bill, optimistic that – despite the current economic malaise – a better sales pitch will increase support for their restrictive energy proposals. The legislation’s sponsors, Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Barbara Boxer (D-CA), thus have dubbed their supposed antidote to climate change the “Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act" of 2009.
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