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One Reason Russia Might Like To See Bernie Sanders Elected

One Reason Russia Might Like To See Bernie Sanders Elected Recently Senator Bernie Sanders acknowledged that he had been briefed by U.S. intelligence on Russia’s attempts to interfere in U.S. elections on his behalf. Forbes In response to reporters, Sanders said “It was not clear what role they’re going to play. We were told that Russia, maybe other countries, are going to get involved in this campaign, and look, here’s the message to Russia: stay out […]

Industry group warns fracking ban could cost 7.5M jobs in US

Industry Group Warns Fracking Ban Could Cost 7.5M Jobs in U.S. The oil industry is pushing back on efforts by progressives to ban fracking, producing an industry-backed study finding such a ban would hurt the economy.  The Hill 2020 hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) introduced legislation in February that would ban the oil recovery technique, citing environmental concerns. The American Petroleum Institute (API) study found that a ban on federal leasing and fracking operations could compromise up to 7.5 […]

Fracking 101

Back Home The history of hydraulic fracturing (AKA fracking, AKA OPEC’s worst nightmare) dates all the way back to 1947. But what is fracking? How does it work? Is it good or bad? (TLDR: fracking is definitely good) Here we’ll answer some of the most basic questions about fracking and also bust some common myths. Ready? Keep scrolling! Don’t want to read? We feel you, watch this video for a quick introduction to fracking.   […]

Environmentalists Make Good Movie Villains Because They Want To Make Your Real Life Worse

Radical environmentalists have really been taking it on the chin at the multiplex. They are perfect villains for our times: well-intended enough to often seem somewhat reasonable, but meddlesome busybodies whose hopes and dreams are to radically reduce standards of living in order to effect some utopian scheme or another that will return the world — or worlds — to an unsullied Eden.

Little Caracas on the Prairie

Venezuela, by some measures home to the world’s largest crude reserves, saw oil output drop in September to a four-decade low of 1.17 million barrels. The same month saw North Dakota, owner of the Guinness World Record for the most snow angels, produce a record of nearly 1.3 million barrels.