Innovation in space technology is still key to U.S. scientific and economic preeminence; space has been primarily America's frontier for 50 years and should remain so.
Read Whole Story
As President Obama prepares his State of the Union message, he faces the problem of U. S. manufacturing jobs moving to China. Friendly handshakes with President Hu will not change that.
The 'GNR' is also now available on your cell phone via Stitcher Radio's mobile app!.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Fox "News":...
With the arrival of Chinese President Hu this week in Washington, there can be no better time for the U.S. to make clear its unqualified commitment to winning the global race for clean energy jobs.
Until we are able to develop a strong market for renewables in the U.S., China will continue to reap the benefits.
Who killed Evergreen Solar? Conventional wisdom blames Chinese solar panels. But it's not a fully adequate explanation.
Last week Evergreen Solar, America's third-largest such manufacturer, announced that it is shutting down its plant and shedding 800 local jobs in order to move its operations to China.
America has an opportunity to rebuild its economic preeminence through scientific innovation. And given our scientific and technical expertise, solar energy conversion should be a high priority.
How is it that America finds herself in the position of schoolyard patsy, woe-is-me casualty of China's illegal trade practices that are destroying U.S. renewable energy manufacturing and foreclosing an energy-independent future?
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more.