Former EPA chief: Go green

October 15th, 2010

By Alia Conley
October 15, 2010

LINCOLN — Being green means creating jobs, and the United States is behind other countries in the fight to attain energy sustainability, Christine Todd Whitman said Thursday at a press conference.

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Former EPA official slated to speak at Lied urges action on energy policy

October 12th, 2010

Lincoln Journal Star
October 12, 2010

It’s way past time to get serious about energy and the environment, Christine Todd Whitman said Tuesday.

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We want change, but reasoned change

October 5th, 2010

By Christine Todd Whitman
The Record
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

PRESIDENT Obama rode into the White House on a wave of optimism. “Change we can
believe in,” however, quickly tempered into something ordinary in the eyes of many of
the same Americans who had voted for him. CNN’s Sept. 24 poll showed that less than
two years after his election, Obama is now facing an approval rating of 42 percent, with
54 percent of Americans disapproving of his performance. The “hope and change” agenda
has disappointed many, who now appear to want retaliation.

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Too much money in politics; Fair Elections Now Act would collar the cash competition

October 5th, 2010

By Christine Todd Whitman
The Washington Times
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

With the midterm elections just weeks away, much has been made of the deeply divided character of the American electorate. It is true that on a variety of policies, from stimulus to health care to immigration, Americans do not see eye to eye. But when it comes to political process – who should influence our policy debate and how we elect our national leaders – there is remarkably little dissent. And there is much work to be done.

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Beware of ‘mamma grizzlies’

October 4th, 2010

By Lois Thielen
October 4, 2010
St. Cloud Times (Minnesota)

If you’re looking for a strong political candidate who’s going to fix what’s wrong with America, you p
robably won’t find that person in a “mamma grizzly.”

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