October 20, 2011

OWS Must Choose: Jobs or Enviornment

Diana Furchtgott-Roth, New York Daily News


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As well as attacking banks, corporations and successful businesses, the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are opposing domestic oil and gas drilling and nuclear power. They demand more energy from solar, wind and biofuels, which now produce about 5% of America's electricity. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. environmental policy, Environmentalism, jobs, economy, New York Daily News, Occupy Wall Street

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