Three hours of water boarding

By Marita Noon On Thursday, February 27, I received an email that said: “I’m a producer at the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. We’re working on a segment about fracking & I wanted to reach out to see if you’d be interested in participating. I read your column in Town Hall a few months ago & it’s just what we’re looking […]

Podesta to carry out the Obama Doctrine

By Marita Noon “Canada is a sovereign nation and we will develop our resources with appropriate regulations and enforcement to protect the environment,” said Paula Caldwell St-Onge. The Consulate General of Canada, St-Onge was in Albuquerque to talk up, and answer questions about, the Keystone pipeline. She’d done media interviews prior to her arrival at the University of New Mexico […]

Fueling the American resurgence

By Tom Toth In the modern world, where energy flows, commerce and prosperity follows. The growth of the United States’ economy is being stunted by the Obama administration’s activist energy policies which are bankrupting the producers of abundant, affordable energy. The American way of life developed over the last century stands as history’s greatest example to date of what an […]

07.16.2013 in Energy and the Environment, Featured, Oil Drilling by Rick Manning 1

The potential new American century

By Rick Manning Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan/Chase Manhattan Bank said it, and it just may be worth listening to, “We’ve got a world-trade flush,” he quipped. “We don’t have a divine right to success. But we have an unbelievable hand. If we play it well, and now we’ve got natural gas and shale oil, we have a […]

06.04.2013 in Energy and the Environment, Featured, Oil Drilling by Rick Manning 1

America’s economic crossroad

By Rick Manning Why is opening up America’s natural energy resources and defeating an environmental movement that has massive wealth, a pliant media and the capacity to play on emotional heart strings, the most important domestic question facing our nation? The answer is that cheap, abundant energy may be the only way that our nation’s economy thrives in the future. […]

Earth Guardians: Tip of the indoctrination iceberg

By Paul Driesson “We’re from the Earth Guardians group, and we’re working on fracking and how it’s going to affect our future and our health. So we wrote this song for all the gas companies that are putting their profits ahead of our future.” With that prelude, 12-year-old Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and his 9-year-old brother Itzcuauhtli launched into an anti-fracking rap […]

Bakken or Green River: Two irreconcilable visions

By Rick Manning It is the story that just keeps getting better and better for free marketers.  The state of North Dakota has now passed Alaska to become the second largest oil producing state in the nation. The Bakken Oil Field, which covers the northwest portion of the state along with northeastern Montana and areas in Canada north of the […]

Keystone obfuscation must end now!

By Duggan Flanakin and Craig Rucker Four-plus years into the Obama Administration, the President continues to hide behind administrative agencies and “studies” regarding his true intentions on the Keystone XL Pipeline. This vital link between Canadian oil and U.S. refineries would bring jobs and prosperity to hundreds of thousands of people in both countries – and greatly reduce our reliance […]

Obama Administration Working on Imposing Costly Regulations on Hydraulic Fracturing in North Dakota

The process of hydraulic fracturing has turned the state of North Dakota into the third largest oil producing state in the nation with the expectation that it will grow to surpass the state of Alaska shortly.  It has caused once oil rich areas in west Texas that were nearly played out to jump back to life, creating jobs and urgency in […]

Back from the brink of extinction

By Dennis T. Avery The last woods bison in the United States was apparently shot by a hunter in West Virginia around 1835. For many decades, the woods bison was presumed extinct — until an airplane spotted an isolated herd in the muskeg swamps north of Alberta, Canada. My farm is near a Virginia village called Buffalo Gap, documenting the […]

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