By Timothy Hurst on March 10, 2012
Newt Gingrich is in danger of coming off as ignorant of the Republican Party’s history with algae biofuel and the algae-fueled legacy of one of the party’s most revered conservatives.
By Timothy Hurst on March 6, 2012
Mad Libs are always good for a side-splitting laugh or two. Mix in one of those deep-voiced political commercial announcers and you know it’s going to be good.
By Timothy Hurst on March 2, 2012
The carbon tax, as an idea, has yet to be vilified to the same degree as cap and trade. But could a carbon tax fly in the US? Maybe, given the right political context — and the right framing.