When Leaders Lack the Knowledge to Lead (Podcast Episode 66)

Listen to the Podcast Here Here’s the situation: You and I are screening candidates for an important job, and we need to make sure we select the very best person for the position. Let’s make believe that every house in our country is connected to a huge water supply system.  There are thousands of lakes, rivers, and streams that supply water for the system, and millions of homes and businesses that draw on the water system for...

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House Releases Draft Climate Change Bill and A Bit of Nuclear Nistory (Podcast Episode 65)

Listen to the Podcast Here Operation Sea Orbit – 1964 (Front to Back: USS Enterprise, USS Long Beach, & USS Bainbridge) The Markey / Waxman Climate Change Bill Momentum is building towards greenhouse gas regulation in the United States. Two weeks ago the house of representatives released draft climate change legislation sponsored by Rep. Henry Waxman and Rep. Edward Markey. On Friday the US Environmental Protection Agency...

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Nuclear Expansion Grows Near & Oyster Creek Gets 20 More Years (Episode 64)

Use the podcast player here. President Obama Promotes International Nuclear Fuel Bank At a speech delivered in Prague, Czech Republic this week President Obama advocated establishing an international nuclear fuel bank. The idea is this: countries who pledge not to develop nuclear weapons programs and who do not enrich uranium would have the assurance of a stable fuel supply for their peaceful nuclear energy programs. Countries who...

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