130: Texas politics, Cell Phone Jamming and U.S. Energy Independence (Forward Observer Radio)


On today’s show, I’m talking briefly about Texas politics, and then we’re getting into a case of cell phone jamming, and moving on to U.S. energy independence. We’re not energy independent yet, but we’ll be pretty darn close within five years. And, by the way, Harvard University is heating their dorms with Russian natural gas as Texas wells burn off their excess. Blame it on New England’s state governments.

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1 Comment
  1. John Spinuzzi says

    I really wish you would post a transcript. I can read the post much quicker than the time it takes to listen to a broadcast. I just have too much to do these days, so I guess I’ll move on to something I can read…

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