Wednesday, October 16, 2019

DAPL Crackdown Continues With Rubber Bullets and Mace As Water Protectors Form New Front...

“We are disappointed to see that our state and congressional delegations have failed to ensure the safety and rights of the citizens engaged in peaceful protests.”

The TPP and Free Trade: Time to Retake the English Language

The TPP is not about free trade.

How Gov. Scott Quietly Stole Florida’s Future

A decade ago Florida led the fight to reduce greenhouse emissions. Now the state is dealing with the debacle of inaction.

A Tale of Two Pipes

Not since Custer has an Anglo been as surprised as Kelcy Warren by a powerful force of Indians thwarting his ambition.

How Far Will North Dakota Go to Get This Pipeline?

The militarized response is escalating, Dakota Access construction is accelerating. To be clear: North Dakota is acting as trustee for the company, using what it considers the powers of state to make this project so.

Park Ranger Murdered While Protecting Critically Endangered Gorillas

Jacques is the second ranger to be killed in the park in the last six months.

Pipeline Owned By the Company Behind Dakota Access Leaks 55,000 Gallons of Gasoline

Sunoco spills crude more often than any of its competitors and has had more than 200 leaks since 2010.
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Standing Rock: Police Arrest 120+ Water Protectors as Dakota Access Speeds up Pipeline Construction

On Saturday over 100 people were arrested at a peaceful march after they were confronted by police in riot gear, carrying assault rifles.

People in Arkansas Poisoned by Koch Brothers-Owned Paper Plant

Residents have been reported experiencing respiratory and sinus problems, sore throats, nausea and allergies which could be from these factory toxins.