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The Energy Crisis

April 7, 2014

Nearly every day in politics something about the energy crisis is brought up. We have options of fossil fuels, renewable energy, and the less popular nuclear energy....

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Apr-07-14 2:50 PM

I agree with Mr Campbell in his support for Thorium based nuclear power. We should retire "knee jerk objection" to anything "Nuke". There is plenty info on the web to support this recommendation.

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Apr-07-14 5:40 PM

Boy oh boy, this new fangled pay per view system has really amped up the comments. Not.

The comments: The only thing that kept people coming back to the digital version, even though it was free. And oh, remember how the Sun-Gazette crowed about the 1,000's of page views every month. Not any more.

Newspapers do not make money on subscriptions, they make money on advertising. Perhaps the home office should have analyzed all of those hits and targeted advertising accordingly.

But no, we'll just cut off the one thing that kept the Sun-Gazette relevant. Reader comments. And for what, maybe 100 new subscriptions?


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Apr-08-14 9:59 AM

Nobody,apparently you cut Capitalism 101,the class that explained free enterprise, that p&l thing,I do not miss the comments from the freeloading,unemployed,non-producing Liberals who sit on the couch in their pj's at 1am and post.Why not petition the government to buy them a S/G subscription?

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Apr-09-14 10:27 AM

terrible idea, sun gazette....

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