When it comes to pipelines, all politics is (not) local

When it comes to pipelines, all politics is (not) local

And just last week, Buzzfeed reported that an Instagram account called @Native_Americans_United—which rallied its 33,000 followers against the Dakota Access pipeline—was “connected to a Russian troll farm intent on exploiting existing divisions and social movements in the United States.”

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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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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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Why was it “Exxon” knew? Rockefeller knows.

The #ExxonKnew witch hunt has been characterized by collusion, conspiracies, and corruption. But as always happens with such efforts, the truth is coming to light.

The collusion amongst state AGs to target Exxon has been exposed, and now Less Wasserman of the Rockefeller Family Fund has contradicted his earlier assertions and admitted that they did indeed pay for a journalistic hatchet job targeting Exxon.

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The La Jolla Papers: Lowering the Scientific Standard of Proof

Apparently, there was some dissension in the ranks about “the appropriate standard of evidence required when attributing specific environmental phenomena to global warming and establishing the culpability of carbon emitters and producers.”

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Podesta engages “Environmental Activist Complex” to persecute Clean Power Plan opponent

Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta—enraged by opposition from Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe to the Clean Power Plan—told billionaire pal Tom Steyer to sic Bill McKibben’s student activists on the professor, according to a new Wikileak email released today.

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