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Amen and Amen. ...but you also have to solve interior enforcement: Peter saying the recent graduates are forced to repatriate is exaggerating. ...and you also have to remove the many incentives to sneak in, like birthright citizenship, and sanctuary cities, and excessive chain migration.
Nuclear power is traditionally a source of electricity, and thus does not contribute to energy independence, as noted. However, the undeveloped potential of nuclear energy from THORIUM is orders of magnitude greater, with special advantages of higher temperatures achieved, which could result in realistically using it to produce motor fuels. So in that case, nuclear power WOULD contribute to energy independence. GOOD CALL ON THE DEMOCRAT DECEIT.
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Why Hillary Clinton Will Win in 2016

Big_D_ Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 10:40 PM
We can't stoop to their level (in the gutter) to emulate them. But we can't stand idly by as they rant and too many useful idiots hear them and believe. The GOP leadership needs to be vocal in calling them out for this blatant BS and lies. If they would make a big stink and cite the truth in specific response to specific defamation, it would be hard for the lamestream media to ignore it. When Boehner or McConnell speak, people listen. But noooo, they won't.
Trey, Trey, Trey...that lawsuit bill is a sham. It won't make it any easier for a Congress person to make any headway with the judiciary. Besides, there is already a Constitionally Mandated corrective course of action for Congress: IMPEACH HIM. He has violated his Oath repeatedly. Just Do It.
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More Fraudulent Science From EPA

Big_D_ Wrote: Mar 29, 2014 9:12 PM
1. Get the democrat cabal out of power, and then hound the new govt incessantly until they roll back the EPA. 2. It's a Republic, leave CA alone...they'll eventually fall into the Pacific, and good riddance. (Hopefully the sane people will move out first) 3. Linear No Threshhold (LNT) dogma, which is BS, has enabled econuts to whip up radiophobia and stifle nuclear energy development for decades. This tragedy is echoed in the EPA sulfur standards..."if 300>30 ppb is good, 30>10 is better." Wrong.
Whatever possessed her to tell the truth???
Frack the econuts who want to return us to caves (with windmills outside). Anybody who isn't pushing hard to advance new Nuclear Power is blind or stupid. It is clean and it is cheap (once the radiophobes and nuclearati lawfare and progressive executive regulatory overreach are quelled). Meanwhile, get all the oil and gas and coal we can.
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Job Creators Sue Federal Government

Big_D_ Wrote: Mar 23, 2014 10:42 AM
...and why they will circle back to nuclear too...kow-towing to the "OMG Fukushima" crowd was knee-jerk.
This is all to the point, but doesn't raise the huge issue of NUCLEAR POWER. Note that Japan, after eschewing all nuclear, is backpedalling. How long will Germany kow-tow to its econuts and overreact to Fukushima Daiichi? China: The South China Post reported on March 18th that the Chinese government has greatly accelerated its plans to produce a commercialized LFTR (Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor), which is a type of MSR Molten Salt Reactor. The previous goal set for the development of this reactor was within 25 years and that goal has now been reduced to just 10 years. American ingenuity pioneered MSR in the 1960s and the econuts and nuclearati killed it off in the 1970s. Now no one will mount a challenge to the econuts, radiophobes and the satist regulators... We will rent our magic electrical generators (i.e. LFTRs) from China, and revere their power and majesty.
I'm sure they understand the difference just fine...but it's a good false narrative to sling in the hopes there are folks out there who are clueless. Ok, so some of their supporters are that dumb.
Great wisdom, Jonah. What's amusing is that the AZ law would have made freedom to serve (or not) more restricted. But bottom line, the gubmint needs to be gotten out of these affairs. ...and they won't do it on their own (too many special constituencies)
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