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I hope you will find my website a helpful place to read key news about the issues I care about: protecting the environment, preserving an inclusive Republican Party, and promoting strong relationships with other nations. From this site you can read my opinion pieces from various publications throughout the world, and connect with the organizations with which I am involved. You can also get contact information for scheduling or media requests. I hope it will give you food for thought about what we as a nation need to be doing on these very important issues. All the best, […]

By |2019-04-09T10:27:26-05:00March 29th, 2010|Welcome|3 Comments

U.S. reaches consensus on nuclear power: Obama calls for construction of a new generation of safe, clean nuclear power plants

By Christine Todd Whitman The Korea Herald March 4, 2010 At a critical time in the energy policy debate, faced with the twin concerns of climate change and rising energy demand, the Obama administration and environmental organizations such as the Pew Center for Climate Change and the Environmental Defense Fund have reached a surprising consensus. Despite past reservations about nuclear energy, they now acknowledge that the United States’ most significant carbon-free electricity source has a role to play in an economically sound, low-carbon energy policy for America. [...]

By |2010-06-16T13:14:22-05:00March 4th, 2010|Opinion|0 Comments

Bayh’s Retirement a Poor Reflection on Washington

By Governor Christine Todd Whitman The Record March 2, 2010 While Indiana Senator Evan Bayh’s retirement may seem a local issue or simply the latest bit of political tweeting, when results-focused reasonable leaders with a track record like Bayh’s lose hope in the potential of Washington to improve the lives of his fellow Americans, the nation had better take notice. [...]

By |2010-06-16T11:53:47-05:00March 2nd, 2010|Opinion|0 Comments

Editorial: Pension hole is a crater

The Record March 1, 2010 THE BATTLE of the pensions continues. Everyone is losing. Last week, the state Treasury Department issued a new analysis on the state's beleaguered pension fund. Or perhaps, it would be better named "the pension underfund." It is now underfunded by nearly $46 billion. [...]

By |2010-06-16T10:46:35-05:00March 1st, 2010|All Posts|0 Comments