Category Archives: energy

What’s the Deal With Crop Subsidies and the Bio-fuels Dilemma?

Hello All! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?”, the blog that subsidizes its puns for comedic fuel. In this week’s blog post, we’ll discuss an ongoing economic and socio-political issue: the subsidization of ethanol production from corn in … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With the Status of Nuclear Power?

Hello All! Welcome to another edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog whose half life is longer than one year. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss what’s happened in the politics of nuclear energy since last year’s devastating earthquake, tsunami, … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With Boko Haram and a Divided Nigeria?

Hello all! Sorry for the delay in posting, but we had to prepare to come to you live this week from our new offices in Washington, D.C.!  The relocation may be temporary, but thanks to Regus, our offices can be anywhere … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With North Korea’s Nuclear Program?

Hello all! Welcome to another brand new edition of “What’s the Deal?” the blog that seeks to explain the major issues for peaceful purposes only. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss North Korea’s (isn’t it the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal With the 2011 Natural Gas Rush?

Hello all, and welcome to another weekly edition of “What’s the Deal?”, the blog that isn’t dependent on foreign material.  (see what I did there?) This week’s blog discusses the new investments and projects in extracting American Oil from new … Continue reading

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