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Lomborg: Why Germany’s solar subsidies were bound to fail

Lomborg's latest Project Syndicate op-ed, the Germany's Sunshine Daydream discusses why the German government will cut the subsidies for solar energy, and phase out support over the next five years. Published also in German in Die Welt. Copenhagen Consensus was part of a major story in the Economist.

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Steven Crowder

(Dec. 12) -Comedian, Fox News Contributor attacked and punched at Right to Work protest.


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Scott Hagerstrom

(Dec. 12) -Director, Americans for Prosperity had tent torn down during Right to Work protest.


Douglas Geiss

Douglas Geiss

(Dec. 12) -State Representative D-Taylor who said, "There will be blood," after Right to Work was signed, explains what he meant.





Frank Beckmann and Steve Courtney on the 2012 Pure Michigan Golf Tour.


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Frank Beckmann broadcasts at the 2011 U.S. Senior Open at Inverness Club, in Toledo, Ohio.

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Frank Beckmann at the U.S. Senior Open at Indianwood Golf Club  


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"U.S. 2012 Senior Open Honorary Chairman"

Frank was recently selected to be the honorary chairman of the U.S. Senior 2012 Open, which will be held at Indianwood Golf and Country Club. This is a highlight of Frank's golfing life.


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"The Frank Beckmann Show" was recently honored by "Hour Magazine" as the best AM local talk-radio show of 2010.


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(December 6) - State Treasurer Andy Dillon talks to Paul W. Smith about the city of Detroit's troubled finances and he explains why he told the city the state may have to install an emergency financial manager.


 



 


 

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