Nuclear Power

The endangered Diablo nuclear plant in California.

Join the Nuclear Power Debate

April 12, 2021—You can join the nuclear debate! At 6 pm Central time (7 pm Eastern) this coming Saturday, author Nancy Spannaus will address the free speech group College of Complexes on her recent post, “Expand Nuclear Power Now!” The presentation and discussion are open to the general public, and […]

by April 12, 2021 0 comments News Shorts, Nuclear Power
The three electric grids in the United States. Note the anomaly of Texas.

Learning from Energy Insanity in Texas

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 20, 2021—The dramatic failure of the electric grid in Texas this week, which at one point left more than 4 million of the state’s residents without electricity, should be an object lesson to the country. Texas’s deregulated energy grid is quintessential energy insanity; unfortunately, much of […]

by February 21, 2021 2 comments News, Nuclear Power
The Vogtle nuclear plant, under construction in Georgia, is the only plant being built in the U.S.

Expand Nuclear Power Now!

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 8, 2021—It is not only necessary, but urgent that the new Administration and U.S. Congress act immediately to expand investment in nuclear power. Such an investment conforms perfectly with Alexander Hamilton’s principles for the American System in two crucial ways. First, it puts the “mechanical genius” […]

by February 8, 2021 0 comments Commentary, Nuclear Power
Russia's floating nuclear plant, the Akademik Lomonovosov, features modern small reactors.

Debate on Nuclear Power Intensifies

By Nancy Spannaus Sept. 18, 2019—Just as the future of the young United States depended upon a decision to industrialize, so the future of our country today depends upon investing in a vast expansion of nuclear power, both fission and fusion. Thus it is a good sign that the debate […]

by September 18, 2019 1 comment News Shorts, Nuclear Power
The Vogtle nuclear plant, under construction in Georgia, is the only plant being built in the U.S.

The Necessity for Nuclear Power

by Nancy Spannaus Sept. 7, 2019—Unfortunately, the illiteracy and irrational fear of nuclear power, with several key exceptions, was once again on display during the all-night CNN Climate Change debate on Sept. 4. Virtually all the candidates, pandering to an audience whose majority were anti-nuclear climate change advocates, either denounced […]

by September 7, 2019 1 comment News, Nuclear Power