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Everything was fine until the storm Friday evening … “Where did that thing come from?” was the most heard phrase. Suffice it to say that we are experiencing a power outage of historic proportion and it’s not over. For me, I am using my remaining laptop battery and broadband instead of wireless as well as my last nerve to get this to you. And, just think, I am on vacation! Big whoop so far. Anyway, if I get to take a real vacation the rest of the week, I will be taking a respite next Sunday and not writing to you. If not, I might. We’ll see. In the meantime, if you see Reddy Kilowatt, have him stop by East Sissonville ….
SCOTUS Decision: Obamacare Constitutional
The Supreme Court of the United States upheld the Affordable Health Care Act, aka Obamacare, on Friday and I imagine it’s been the biggest topic of conversation amongst those who have electric. And, my guess is, most of us don’t like the policy (law) and thus disagree with the decision. I have seen examples of good responses to the event and then at least one example of a bad one.
Stimulus pays for fiber optic to empty building
Eric Eyre, Charleston Gazette
West Virginia used federal stimulus funds to run 425 feet of fiber-optic cable to a building in downtown Huntington that’s now empty. The state spent $22,600 for a high-end Internet router and $14,800 to bring a high-speed fiber connection to the Huntington-based Region 2 Planning and Development Council. The regional economic development agency leased office space at the now-vacant property last year, but moved to a new location in February click this link now. The fiber connection now belongs to the building’s new owner — a prestigious Huntington law firm. The Region 2 Planning Council’s new headquarters doesn’t have a high-speed fiber connection. The Internet router remains in storage … Continue reading 6/25 Stimulus paid for fiber optics to nowhere
Woe, despair and agony on me. I try to keep up, but some weeks are just more fruitful than others … anyway, since you already know the news, let me give you my view of the impact of the stories out here in the hinterlands.
Rockefeller’s Coal Speech Biggest Impact
US Senator Jay Rockefeller blasts the coal industry, lauds EPA read numerous headlines after his June 20th Senate speech (full text) and might foreshadow one of the most significant West Virginia policy debates in memory not to mention the pure politics of it all. Coal association president Bill Raney responded that the remarks were “disappointing and discouraging” as did WV Chamber President Steve Roberts who reportedly answered his phone, “This is Capito for United States Senate headquarters.” Meanwhile, Rockefeller’s former press secretary, Mark Ferrell spun the speech as saying, … “it’s time to begin thinking differently about how we’re make the future of coal viable …” Continue reading We Deserve a Rockefeller vs. Manchin Debate
US Senator Jay Rockefeller hosted a state roundtable on child hunger which concluded that students face hunger during their summer break. In fact, the Children’s Defense Fund says that there are 206,190 children receiving free or reduced lunches during the school year, but only 16,807 participate in the summer food service program. That means, they leave it to us to conclude, 189,383 don’t get enough to eat. Well, this reminds me of a classic equipment justification problem. Huh? Continue reading Justifying Government Programs