Saturday, July 2, 2022

Tag: Dakota pipeline

Josh Fox: Arrest of Journalists and Filmmakers Covering the Dakota Pipeline...

“These people are not accessories to the crime, they are the media. This is a constitutionally protected activity.”

Standoff at Standing Rock: Even Attack Dogs Can’t Stop the Native...

The battle against the Dakota Access pipeline is being waged as a renewed assertion of indigenous rights and sovereignty, as a fight to protect clean water, but, most importantly, as part of the global struggle to combat climate change and break from dependence on fossil fuels.

Oil Company Halts Dakota Pipeline

Big oil company agrees to halt North Dakota pipeline work until Friday thanks to protestors.

Resistance Spreading Like Water Across The Great Plains

In the coming weeks we have our day in court, and we are optimistic that a federal judge will agree with us that our peaceful exercise of free speech and civil disobedience is legal and cannot be restrained.

Senator Promoting Dakota Access Pipeline Invests In Bakken Oil Wells Named...

The senator also has hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of investments in 33 North Dakota-based oil wells owned by Whiting Petroleum Corporation and hundreds of thousands of dollars more in investments in seven wells owned by ExxonMobil subsidiary XTO Energy.

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Naomi Klein: The US is in the midst of a ‘shock-and-awe judicial coup’

"The rolling judicial coup coming from this court is by no means over," warned the author of "The Shock Doctrine."

Divided we fail: A way forward for a divided progressive left?

Those that attempt to divide the progressive left into opposing camps at war with each other are almost as big a threat to the movement as the far right.

NATO and a war foretold

While the world determines how to hold Russia accountable for the horrors it is committing in Ukraine, the members of NATO should do some honest self-reflection.

4 myths about raising the minimum wage

We’re the richest country in the world, home to the richest people on the planet. We can, and we must, treat our workers with the dignity and respect they deserve.

“Where will the nuclear waste go?”

So, what should be done about nuclear waste?