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Linda Gunter is a former journalist who continues to write columns for newspapers and on-line sites. As a reporter she wrote for Reuters, the Times (UK), the New York Times and numerous newspapers and magazines and was a broadcaster with the USA and Prime television networks. She speaks Italian and French and has traveled widely internationally.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, April 14, 2008 Windbags Should Pipe Down on Wind Energy Opposition
Wind power opponents claim aesthetic unsightliness as a key objection. But the climate crisis mandates us to act quickly, not bow to the whims of whining aesthetes. That means rejecting coal and nuclear plants and installing wind farms as fast as possible.
(7 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 13, 2010 Hell hath no fury like Obama voters scorned
When President Obama endorsed new nuclear reactors to the tune of $54.5 billion in subsidies, environmentalists cried foul. When he next announced a massive offshore oil drilling program, the betrayal felt complete. But is "clean coal" next?
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, May 16, 2008 Governor O'Malley and the "Moral Imperative" of Nuclear Power
Maryland Governor, Martin O'Malley, recently described nuclear power expansion as "a moral imperative." The Governor needs to revisit the definition of 'moral' in the dictionary and remind himself of Gandhi's warning against "commerce without morality."
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, June 20, 2008 Unsafe in Any Hands
Why nuclear weapons are just as dangerous in the hands of the "good guys" as they are in the hands of the "bad guys."