Sen. Bernie Sanders has said “scientists tell us” that it’s possible to go carbon neutral without relying on nuclear power. Fellow Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker, who backs the use of some nuclear energy, has said the data is on his side. Who’s right? Both have a point, but neither is telling the full story.
Issues: nuclear power
Obama’s Numbers (July 2015 Update)
No ‘Veto Power’ for Clinton on Uranium Deal
Netanyahu Takes Kerry Out of Context
Florida Surrogates Go Nuclear
McCain released a Web ad that distorts Obama’s positions on clean-energy innovation and nuclear power.
The ad portrays Obama as saying "no" to energy "innovation" and to "the electric car." In fact, Obama proposed a $150 billion program of research into a wide variety of clean-energy technologies last year, long before McCain proposed to award a $300 million prize for developing a commercially viable battery package capable of powering automobiles.
The ad also has Obama saying "no"
Third Time ‘Round for GOP Hopefuls
Pollsters will inform us whether the third time was the charm for any of these candidates in the eyes of potential voters. All we can do is remind you not to believe everything you hear.