This isn’t the newest of news, but I’ve been pretty busy lately so I’m trying to catch up on the blogging. Anyhow, a few weeks back, I found out that there is a movement to try and help Dana Rohrbacher move up in the Republican leadership for the space technology committee he’s currently on. Being a libertarian, who usually votes for people who I know have no chance of winning, I usually don’t endorse politicians like this, but I think it’s worth an exception to my normal policy this time. Dana was one of the only voices for sanity on the House Science and Technology subcommittee during the NASA budget hearings this year. I’d like to see someone like him setting up actually balanced hearings instead of the space-celebrity jokes that passed for hearings this past year. If you’re the sort that supports commercial space, and donates to politicians, you might want to check out the Tech Patriots group that Dana’s supporters setup.
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