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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Tom Steyer
"Climate change" historically polls very low, so the Republicans seem not to have noticed that an attack on the American energy revolution is going to be a hot political issue in at least the 2014 elections and probably 2016 as well.
Democrats love to throw mud balls at the Koch brothers — David and Charles — because they're successful entrepreneurs, and they're generous with groups that promote the free-market values that enabled them to succeed.
President Obama's campaign promise of an "all of the above" energy policy has vanished more quickly than his promise to enable everyone to keep a favorite doctor or a preferred health plan.
Not all Coloradans were impressed by Sen. Mark Udall's invitation to liberal billionaire Tom Steyer's exclusive Democratic Party fund-raiser.
A billionaire who spent $11 million to help put Terry McAuliffe in the governor's mansion in Virginia plans to spend up to $100 million during this year's election cycle to press for climate change measures, a new report said.
It looks like President Obama has voted "present" on the Keystone XL pipeline project.
After breaking bread with Republicans lately in search of compromise, President Obama will return to his role as Democratic fundraiser-in-chief Wednesday with a trip to the homes of liberal billionaire supporters in San Francisco.
On President Obama's list of things to do in the coming days: First, sit for interviews on Spanish-language news stations Telemundo and Univision. Then off to California for four major Democratic Party fundraisers at billionaires' mansions.
The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would come nowhere near Massachusetts, but that hasn't stopped the project from becoming one of the hottest issues in that state's U.S. Senate campaign.
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:
Mr. Steyer has announced that he intends to put $50 million of his own money into Democrats' races in 2014 and has challenged his fellow deep-pocket liberals to match it with an additional $50 million of their own.
When Tom Steyer, the billionaire onetime hedge-fund manager, promised the other day to spend up to $50 million of his own money and to raise another $50 million for Democrats, the critics of "too much money in politics" fell silent.