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Pathetic media never report Obama’s support for fracking 1

March 12, 2013 By Chris Reed It’s bad enough that the media consistently depict hydraulic fracturing as new when it’s been around for 60-plus years. But what’s also amazing is that the California media covering the state government’s ongoing attempts

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What CA fracking advocates can learn from PA

Jan. 31, 2013 By Chris Reed As Californians begin to appreciate the immense economic potential of the state’s underground natural gas and oil reserves, the debate will sharply intensify over the safety of hydraulic fracturing — the newly refined and improved

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Tran scandal could keep air board chief from EPA post 6

Dec. 30, 2012 By Chris Reed As soon as I heard EPA chief Lisa Jackson was leaving, I took to Twitter to predict state air board chair Mary Nichols would be considered a hot candidate for the job, as she

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Bienvenue à Québec, CARB! 1

Dec. 13, 2012 By Katy Grimes Hear ye! Hear ye! Cap and trade is alive and working, so says the big announcement today from the California from the California Air Resources Board and California Environmental Agency… at least between California

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Spare the air; don’t breathe 4

August 1, 2012 Katy Grimes: As part of the campaign against the automobile, California’s air quality management districts are currently advertising that because of the summer heat, the air quality is bad. Their answer is ‘don’t drive.’ What a great

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Shock: Wind energy goes radioactive

June 6, 2012 By Chriss Street Al Gore opened his 2006 movie, “An Inconvenient Truth,” with an apology for not having already saved the world from global warming: “I have advocated policies to promote renewable energy and accelerate reductions in

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CA Launches Green Chemistry Inquisition 0

FEB. 6, 2012 By WAYNE LUSVARDI No one expects the California Green Chemistry Inquisition. In post-industrial California, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control has launched an inquisition called the Green Chemistry Initiative to determine if there are safer alternatives

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Nutty CA Court Attacks Hybrid Cars 3

John Seiler: I’d rather walk that drive a hybrid car. After bourbon, the internal combustion engine is mankind’s greatest invention. All talk of oil “shortages” and too much “pollution” is just socialist blather used to destroy our freedoms. But some

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Arnold the Buffoon 1

John Seiler: I’m already enjoying Arnold’s exit from his gubernatorial throne. He’s thrashing around, trying to appear relevant, as he drops off into irrelevancy. Listen to the Gropinator grope for meaning in life: “I’m a very big believer in environmental

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