Coal is used to provide electricity for the public. Even if one drives an electrically powered vehicle, the electricity is produced somewhere. Many of the so called “green” vehicles run on electricity. These vehicles only seem “green” because the owner or driver does not see the pollution directly. This fits the idea of “out of sight, out of mind.
Category: Mission Statements
ALLIANCE – When thinking of the burning of coal for the production of electricity, one may think of the plants used during the industrial revolution. During that period in history little to no filtration was used, which accounted for the black smoke pouring from the tops of the smoke stacks. Now, a series of filtration […]
Without the use of coal, a new method of treating these skin conditions would have to be developed. Coal tar was used for medical purposes since the 1800’s as a safe and effective treatment of these skin conditions.
ALLINACE – Scientists and engineers research, develop and produce new ways of generating energy. In the meantime, coal fired powered plants remain the most abundant producers of electricity world-wide. Coal does produce a fairly large amount of waste materials. As various research and development industries seek new energy sources, many seek ways to utilize the […]
One of the main quotes I’ve herd time and time again when there is an issue of bullying is teachers just telling kids that they just need to toughen up or get tough skinned. In some cases, they send them to a councilor to teach them to toughen up. The issue isn’t the kid that’s being bullied, the issue is the bully.
Bullying is a problem in our schools and in our communities. It is nothing new. Bullying was probably around as long as the human race, but something has to be done none-the-less. Bullying can have deep psychological effects on those children being bullied. Some children feel frightened of going to school because they know what […]
I understand congress functions more on state and national issues, but if I am able to help push a local issue, then will do that as well. District #3 encompasses a very large sized area of Nebraska.