Monthly Archives: June 2013

Goodbye San Onofre, Hello Who-Knows-What

The Edison Company has decided to close San Onofre’s troubled nuclear reactors.  The LA Times as well as this blog has covered their difficulties since replacing the four steam generators with ones of a new and untested design built by … Continue reading

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Student Loan Rates to Double — It’s up to the University of California to Protest

The top Eastern Universities — Harvard, Princeton, and Yale have completed their graduation ceremonies.  Their competition, the UC campuses, are the ones with graduations this month on June 14, 15, and 16th.  The interest rate on student loans is due … Continue reading

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