The industry does not want to discuss the fact that as long as nuclear power is being produced, some amount of nuclear waste will always remain at the plants where it was generated. Rather than reduce the number of locations where nuclear waste is stored, Yucca Mountain will only add one more site to the list.
I support a top to bottom investigation into the handling of prisoners in Iraq held by U.S. forces and contractors and severe punishment for those in charge of our military who are found to have turned a blind eye, or worse, actively sought to hide an apparent pattern of inhumane treatment.
There are growing voices in the nuclear power industry that support looking at alternatives to burying nuclear waste 90 minutes outside Las Vegas given the insurmountable obstacles facing Yucca Mountain. With each passing day there are fewer and fewer justifications for moving forward on efforts to bury nuclear waste in Nevada when on-site storage is safe, affordable and already in use.
There is such a desire to give everybody a piece, we're probably wasting a great deal of homeland security money trying to be politically correct, when we really need to make sure that our cities get the money they need.
An ambassador for peace, Pope John Paul II stood steadfast against communism and condemned discrimination against all people.
Not only is privatizing Social Security not the solution to Social Security, it would exacerbate the problem.
The House energy bill is a blueprint for more nuclear waste, higher gas prices and a continued dependence on fossil fuels.
I cannot understand for the life of me why DOE is going forward with this licensing procedure when we do not know whether or not the scientific documentation upon which you are basing your decisions is, in fact, flawed.
In the eyes of many, America is no different than the former regime in Iraq that brutally tortured and intimidated prisoners.