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Mob Rule

It’s a matter of grave national concern that the National Energy Board (NEB)’s Montreal hearings on the Energy East pipeline have had to be suspended indefinitely due to disruptive protests. 180 more words

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Troika of Agitators

The environmental protesters who are determined to throttle Alberta’s oil industry are so invested in the narrow, regressive world of their own doom-laden vision of the future, and the fanatic, narcissistic righteousness that is the hallmark of that vision, that they see themselves as having a licence to to do just about anything, no matter how morally reprehensible, in the pursuit of their cause. 178 more words

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Ethanol Criticism

Since it’s been seven months since the Iowa caucuses and it’ll be another three-plus years until that hell is fresh again, this is the best time to talk about ethanol. 221 more words

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Iowa Bound

(Tech Xplore)—MidAmerican Energy has announced that the State of Iowa’s Utility Board has approved plans for installation of its 2 GW Wind XI project, the largest ever undertaken in the U.S.. 141 more words

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Green Radicals

Thugs prevented the first day of the National Energy Board’s Energy East pipeline hearings from going ahead in Montreal on Monday.

“Oh, no,” you say. “They weren’t thugs. 77 more words

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"Oink!!"

OTTAWA — A few dozen Environment Canada bureaucrats gobbled up nearly $80,000 worth of fine French food during last fall’s climate change summit in Paris while the rest of the Canadian delegation — 128 people — had to scrape by with $49,000 worth of food during the two-week confab. 153 more words

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