Dallas News reports Energy Transfer Partners of Dallas, Texas has filed a lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco against Greenpeace, EarthFirst!, other environmentalist groups and the environmentalist fundraising group BankTrack accusing them of inciting terrorist and sabotage activities in order to help them raise money for their causes while hindering the company’s ability to… Read More Pipeline company sues green groups for eco-terrorism
Nebraska environmentalists have hatched a plan that they hope will hold up or stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in their state. The plan will be accomplished via crowdfunding in which they hope to place solar arrays along the path of the pipeline. With the upcoming Nebraska Public Service Commission vote to approve… Read More Environmentalists seek to pollute Keystone XL path with solar arrays
Consistent with what they said during late March, The Patriot Post reports the amount of pipeline arsons is on the rise. The sabotage is tied to the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy and being done in hopes of disrupting it or shutting the pipeline project down: On Thursday, anti-pipeline knuckleheads in the vicinity of Newell, Iowa,… Read More Pipeline arsons on the rise
Lauren Southern of TheRebel.media tells you the vital fact of the Standing Rock/DAPL pipeline protest story the mainstream media is leaving out.
ReasonTV has done a video outlining three reasons why the Keystone pipeline should be built. It also brings up some facts that have not been reported in the media and I am sure green groups don’t want to be known. The dirty secrets as to why environmentalist groups oppose pipeline construction is that it increases… Read More Keystone XL pipeline: What environmentalists don’t want you to know
Red State has posted an article pointing out that the mean greenie opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline has corporate sponsors behind it. The blog points to the World Wildlife Fund and Environmental Defense Fund are spearheading the opposition to the project. The blog post’s author, Chris Walker, states: Bank of America, Barnes and Noble,… Read More The corporate money backing Keystone opposition
The Washington Post published an article today stating that, while support for the Keystone pipeline is up (which is a good thing), support for hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) is down. The Post cites a Pew Research study claiming American’s favored the drilling method 43-38 percent. However, as of today, Americans oppose fracking 47-41 percent. Not… Read More Americans’ support for fracking fades? Not so fast!