Try to act surprised. It seems that the report that claimed the Keystone XL Pipeline would have negligible environmental impact was authored in part by quasi-representatives of TransCanada – the firm who stands to benefit from its construction. The Bush Obama Administration even had the TransCanada connected consultants’ work histories redacted in hopes that no one would know that the State Department’s report was not only wrong on the science but a product of political corruption.
|By: DSWright Thursday March 21, 2013 9:45 am|
|By: DSWright Friday February 22, 2013 4:46 pm|
It seems while environmentalists were getting arrested at the White House for protesting against the building of the Keystone Pipeline President Obama was golfing with two prominent oil and gas businessmen.
|By: DSWright Wednesday January 23, 2013 12:25 pm|
To its credit the Sierra Club seems to have recognized that the status quo is not working and has decided to escalate its activism. According to Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune the group will being a campaign of civil disobedience to fight climate change.
|By: Jon Walker Friday May 18, 2012 8:15 am|
Mitt Romney’s campaign has launched a new ad making three promise of what he would do on “day one” if elected President.
|By: Paul Rogat Loeb Tuesday December 27, 2011 5:20 pm|
It seemed like the afterthought in the payroll tax cut extension fight. But the two-month clock is now ticking on whether Obama will approve the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada’s environmentally disastrous tar sands. If we want him to make the right decision and deny the permit, maybe it’s time to Occupy Exxon, with creative protests at local Exxon/Mobil stations.