politics Archive

  • Ian Lee reports from Egypt, Libya and other hot spots – a far cry from his home in Lander, WY.

    Arab Spring

    Ian Lee reports from Egypt, Libya and other hot spots – a far cry from his home in Lander, WY.

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  • A project to develop technology to burn coal with little or no carbon emissions has been “put on the shelf” two years after General Electric and the State of Wyoming...

    Revisiting with Rob Wallace on Energy & Politics

    A project to develop technology to burn coal with little or no carbon emissions has been “put on the shelf” two years after General Electric and the State of Wyoming...

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  • It’s tempting to say: I’ve had enough of Al Simpson. For three years, off and on, I’ve worked on a two-hour documentary about Wyoming’s retired senator, trying to capture his...

    Al Simpson in the spotlight

    It’s tempting to say: I’ve had enough of Al Simpson. For three years, off and on, I’ve worked on a two-hour documentary about Wyoming’s retired senator, trying to capture his...

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  • Myself and my two cameramen, Thompson and Jeff were all set up to interview N.E.H. Chairman James Leach. The chairs were in position, water was poured in a glass near...

    An Interview with James Leach

    Myself and my two cameramen, Thompson and Jeff were all set up to interview N.E.H. Chairman James Leach. The chairs were in position, water was poured in a glass near...

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  • Rob Wallace was a political wunderkind in 1970s Wyoming, and now he’s vicepresident for government relations with General Electric, one of the largest corporations in the world. Wallace talks to...

    Rob Wallace on Energy & Politics

    Rob Wallace was a political wunderkind in 1970s Wyoming, and now he’s vicepresident for government relations with General Electric, one of the largest corporations in the world. Wallace talks to...

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