Browsing All posts tagged under »Green Activism«

Big Donors Pave Youth Group’s ‘Road’ To Green New Deal

April 12, 2019 by

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By Kevin Mooney ~ A self-described army of young people devoted to climate change activism are taking their show on the road to build support for national Democrats’ Green New Deal and to counter business interests that favor fossil fuel use. The Sunrise Movement first attracted media attention when hundreds of its followers organized sit-ins […]

Green Land Grabs On Steroids

March 4, 2019 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ Special interest environmental groups got stung recently by an 8-0 U.S. Supreme Court opinion that held private landowners cannot be compelled to forego future economic uses of their property and at their own expense convert their land into suitable habitat for an endangered frog. Now radical greens are eyeing even bigger […]

New York Eco-Extremists Versus The Middle Class

February 3, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ It’s getting harder to be an environmental extremist these days. Just ask New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The governor of the nation’s fourth most populace state is under intense pressure from Green activists in recent months. They are impatient about what they consider his lackluster timetable in forcing the Empire state […]

Australian Politics – Mundine’s List of Green Sabotage

January 24, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Even morons can stop mines and jobs. In fact, that’s all morons can do, since they lack the skills or drive to actually create them. Warren Mundine, the former president of The Australian Labor Party, who is now the Liberal Party candidate for Gilmore, lists just some of the damage done […]

Keep It In The Ground … By Blocking Pipelines

July 2, 2018 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ You can understand their frustration, as the steady stream of radical environmentalist successes during the Obama years has been replaced with endless setbacks. Oil, gas and coal leasing, permits and production have risen significantly. Big Green just lost its first Big Cities v. Big Oil climate change shakedown lawsuit. President Trump […]

A Little Slice Of Alaskan Tundra Is Finally Open For Drilling

January 1, 2018 by

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Tax bill provision opens ANWR, to bring more oil online and keep Alaska pipeline operating By Paul Driessen ~ Way back in 1980, Congress passed the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, establishing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and making numerous other land use decisions for our 49th state. Section 1002 of the act postponed a decision […]

Keystone Advances

November 28, 2017 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ North American energy independence has been an elusive dream that could at last become reality. It would take government to ruin an opportunity this big. Some of us are old enough to remember waiting in long lines to buy gas during the Arab oil embargo of the 1970s.  Many of us […]