The Onion Nails It: Anti-industry research is still laughable

The Onion Nails It: Anti-industry research is still laughable

The problem with every iteration of this study is that it seeks to blame oil, gas and coal companies for providing the energy that makes our modern life possible, without any consideration given to the people—every single one of us—who benefit from this affordable and abundant energy supply.

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Dismantling the Fabricated Platform of the #NoDAPL Protests

Dismantling the Fabricated Platform of the #NoDAPL Protests

The five claims that make up the foundation of last year’s Dakota Access pipeline protests are falsehoods. Not “that’s just their opinion” falsehoods; these claims are patently and demonstrably untrue. Yet they continue to thrive in the fertilizer-rich environment of the Internet.

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The Violent Reality Behind the "Peaceful #NoDAPL Protester" Myth

The Violent Reality Behind the "Peaceful #NoDAPL Protester" Myth

EarthFirst! provided $500,000 in seed money to a group of “violent eco-terrorist infiltrators” who then “initiated direct action training for its own members and other protestors interested in engaging in violent conflict and incited and perpetrated acts of terrorism.”

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The Anti-pipeline Activists Repeat the Same Mistakes that Got Them Sued

The Anti-pipeline Activists Repeat the Same Mistakes that Got Them Sued

Just weeks after Energy Transfer Partners filed a lawsuit against Greenpeace and other members of the anti-pipeline “enterprise,” at least four members of that enterprise—350.org, the Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club, and Food and Water Watch—have teamed up with other extremist groups to launch the “Stop Energy Transfer Partners” campaign’s National Day of Action (September 8-9), which is chock full of the same lies that ETP is suing them for in the first place.

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Are those 100 companies also responsible for 71% of our modern life?

Are those 100 companies also responsible for 71% of our modern life?

While CDP said the report is “aimed at investors wishing to better understand the amount of carbon associated with their fossil fuel holdings,” it’s important to understand that the activists have also threatened to use this database in future lawsuits against individual oil and natural gas companies.

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State Attorneys General Fire Back at California's Attempt to Mandate Divestment

State Attorneys General Fire Back at California's Attempt to Mandate Divestment

The Oklahoma Attorney General's letter to California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones didn't pull any punches,  stating "Your call for divestment and attempt to publicly shame those who invest in American energy appears to be driven by politics unrelated to insurance regulation, animus towards the fossil fuel industry and those that depend on it, and a desire to discriminate against those who transact in commerce that mostly takes place outside your state."

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