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Polls Shift in Favor of Coal Jobs, Enviros Respond with Suggestions of Violence
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Polls Shift in Favor of Coal Jobs, Enviros Respond with Suggestions of Violence

This weekend, environmentalists in Portland and Vancouver (WA) staged several protests against fossil fuel use in an attempt to raise awareness of the evil of petroleum products. As I've reported, one of their big issues is to try to turn the transportation of coal via rail into the Spotted Owl of this century. They're pulling out all their old tricks to try to appeal to the Portlandia spirit and gain the sympathies of voters in the region.

07/30/2013
May Day Protesters, Please Return to the Ash Heap of History
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May Day Protesters, Please Return to the Ash Heap of History

It happened again. A peaceful gathering of truth-seeking progressives was marred by a small group of violent anarchists. These politically unaffiliated youths unexpectedly took over a polite May Day celebration in Seattle, to the horror of the placid, tolerant majority.

05/03/2013
SC Grassroots Protest Cap and Trade
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SC Grassroots Protest Cap and Trade

This past Saturday two amazing things happened: 1. Over 100 grassroots activists from a wide coalition of groups across South Carolina braved some seriously nasty weather to pull off simultaneous protests outside each of Senator Graham's district offices against his support of cap and trade.

04/26/2010