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Smart Money Abandoning Renewable Energy

Mary Kay Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 1:07 PM
Yes. Can't Townhall make the correction?
Milt37 Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 2:56 PM

I wouldn't worry too much. I think your column made perfect sense as originally posted. However, if you really wanted to make a conclusion that you felt is important, then I understand your dismay.

It's too bad that some of the columnists on TH don't show your level of professionalism. I can't believe how many 'nationally syndicated' columnists write "slight of hand", "put the breaks on", and "we can't bare that".
Marita Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 2:37 PM
They never have made any adjustment once something is published--though I've only asked for a correction once or twice. I did send John Ransom a note with the full/final version and asked if he'd post it tomorrow. We'll see.

British Petroleum is still one of the world’s biggest oil companies. But as early as the late 1990’s they didn’t want you think of them that way. CEO Lord John Browne of Madingley argued that “the transition to alternatives could be accelerated by changing industry practices today.” While other oil companies eschewed climate change alarmism, BP embraced it. In 2002, Lord Browne declared: “Climate change is an issue which raises fundamental questions about the relationship between companies and society as a whole, and between one generation and the next,”

As a result, Mother Jones reported in 2006: “BP...