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Collusion between EPA and the enviros?

The Administration has denied it, but the emails point to collusion between NRDC and EPA on the Clean Power Plan. Congress will investigate.  421 more words


Earth-Friendly Energy Is Anything But

By Deroy Murdock ~

Environmentalists worship solar energy and wind power as Earth-friendly answers to their ecological prayers. Tortoises, bats, butterflies, and bald eagles beg to differ. 789 more words

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A Climate Of Insanity

By Andrew Bolt ~

On Monday, there was a march through New York by people in support of action on climate change in the lead up to the New York Climate Change conference.  147 more words

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What Really Drives Anti Fracking Zealots?

They want to end fossil fuels and capitalism, control our lives and impose eco-utopia

By Paul Driessen ~

Recent news stories underscore the tremendous benefits brought by America’s fracking revolution. 1,270 more words

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How Radical Is The “People’s Climate Mobilization?”

By Ron Arnold ~

Even with President Barack Obama headlining the United Nations Climate Summit in New York City next week, something calling itself “People’s Climate Mobilization” intends to hijack the headlines this Saturday and Sunday with its “Global Weekend of Action,” including a “People’s Climate March” with thousands of protesters jamming Manhattan streets determined to “disrupt business-as-usual,” “bend history,” and convince the 120 heads of state at the Summit on Tuesday to adopt their “bold actions for a fast changeover to a no-carbon economy.” 837 more words

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Why We Need Vegans Now More Than Ever

Why We Need Vegans Now More Than Ever | Alternet.

Waging Nonviolence


By Sangamithra Iyer

September 9, 2014

Veganism confronts the most pressing issues of our time: corporate power, destruction of the planet, and the ethics of violence. 3,342 more words


Anti Fracking Crusaders Mob Colorado

By Ron Arnold ~

Colorado’s home-grown “ban fracking,” anti-natural gas campaign had already alarmed Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper with its secretive out-of-state funding and activism – including Yoko Ono’s surreal New York City “Artists Against Fracking” – when things suddenly turned immeasurably worse. 608 more words

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