The recent focus on the viability of news stories has overshadowed another method of spreading false political information.The recent focus on the viability of news stories has overshadowed another method of spreading false political information.
On the presidential campaign trail, the candidate has been hailing Obamacare and the Dodd-Frank Act, a measure aimed at Wall Street corruption. Yet she has infused her staff with former lobbyists and consultants who did all they could to block the two reforms.
President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline while backing increased production of oil, gas and coal.
Youths from across the country are expected to sweep Washington, D.C., on Monday "to demand justice on race, climate change, and immigration."Youths from across the country are expected to sweep Washington, D.C., on Monday "to demand justice on race, climate change, and immigration."
Just a few years ago, insiders and experts wrote us off and assured the world Keystone XL would be built by the end of 2011. Together, ranchers, tribal nations and everyday people beat this project back, reminding the world that Big Oil isn’t invincible -- and that organized people can win over organized money.
UPDATED: After seven years of deliberation, the Obama administration rejected the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday. The proposed 1,179-mile pipeline would have carried 800,000 barrels a day of carbon-heavy petroleum from the Canadian oil sands to the Gulf Coast.
The presidential contender insists she'll keep mum about where she stands on the controversial oil pipeline project until the Obama administration weighs in.
The corporate television newscasts spend more and more time covering the increasingly disruptive, costly and at times deadly weather. But they consistently fail to make the link between extreme weather and climate change.
He said he'd do it, and it looks like he means business: President Obama is ready to flex his executive power and veto the divisive bill designed to launch construction of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline that would span from the U.S.-Canadian border to the Gulf Coast.
He might be viewed by some as a lame duck cornered by an antagonistic Congress eager to shut him down, but President Obama is apparently still willing to flex his executive powers when it comes to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would stretch from the U.S.-Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico.