The U.S. should look to Sweden and nuclear energy as it tries to reduce its carbon emissions and meet its electricity needs, writes columnist William Tucker. Sweden gets 42% of its electricity from nuclear, so it's no coincidence that it has Europe's lowest rate of carbon emissions, he writes. Yet, the American media turn a blind eye to nuclear energy. "In its delirium over renewable energy -- 'wind, sun and soil,' as the President phrases it -- the press has created a bubble in which no real news about energy can penetrate. Unfortunately, the president also lives in that bubble," Tucker writes.
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