Is the Christian Coalition solar power’s most unlikely new ally?

February 25, 2015 by  
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A fight over net metering for Indiana solar power users just got a lot more interesting, after the ‘yes’ side took on an unlikely ally–the Christian Coalition of America. The Washington Post reports that the head of the Christian Coalition wrote a blog post in favor of solar energy and the Indiana fight to allow solar producers to sell their power back to the grid and lower their energy bills. Read the rest of Is the Christian Coalition solar power’s most unlikely new ally? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “solar energy” , christian coalition of america , eric koch , Indiana , indiana energy association , naacp , net metering , roberta combs , Solar Power , tusk

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NAACP: Van Jones Is An American Treasure

February 23, 2010 by  
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Van Jones, founder of Green For All and former special advisor for green jobs, enterprise and innovation at Council on Environmental Quality, was done wrong by a right-wing conspiracy and a slow-to-react White House. Glenn Beck, among others, tried to paint Jones as some sort of evil mastermind, conspiring to make the U.S

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