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Mexico to join shale/fracking revolution; will media keep CA out?

This spring, I did a two-week series for Cal Watchdog on the many nations around the world that are pursuing fracking in oil and gas exploration after witnessing its immense success in North Dakota, Montana, Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Here’s

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Mexicans revolting against telecom monopoly 3

June 25, 2013 By John Seiler As I’ve written a couple of times on our site, Mexico’s economy now is growing faster than America’s. The country has enjoyed almost two decades of capitalist reforms, contrasting with the equivalent plunge into

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Middle class rises in Mexico — declines in U.S.

As I have noted, in the United States, there has been no “economic recovery,” and the American middle class is shrinking. But Mexico is booming, with a growing middle class. The latest from ABC News/Univision: “A new study on Mexico helps

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Fracking watch: Britain figures out what CA hasn’t 1

May 9, 2013 By Chris Reed The 13th chapter of fracking watch will be the last installment for a while until some more nations around the world take up the issue of whether hydraulic fracturing is a bad or good

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Fracking watch: Indonesia figures out what CA hasn’t 1

May 8, 2013 By Chris Reed Nations that are energy giants without being particularly affluent are the least likely places for environmental alarmism to drive public policy. They’re used to aggressively developing natural resources, and they don’t have the large

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Fracking watch: Algeria figures out what CA hasn’t 0

May 7, 2013 By Chris Reed Hydraulic fracturing — the use of underground water cannons to blast open access to energy reserves — has been around since the 1940s in the United States and Canada and for nearly as long

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Fracking watch: Poland figures out what CA hasn’t 0

May 6, 2013 By Chris Reed Last week, the state Legislature took a first step toward blocking fracking in California. An Assembly committee passed three anti-fracking measuers. The first coverage of the Assembly votes by the Ventura County Star did not note

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Fracking watch: Mexico figures out what CA hasn’t 1

May 4, 2013 By Chris Reed In much of Europe and in California, greens wield such power in politics and the media that the debate over whether a nation or state should pursue hydraulic fracturing of energy reserves seems like

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Latinos eliminate taxes — in Puerto Rico 2

March 13, 2013 By John Seiler The impression seems to be that Latinos want more government, and in particular more taxes. Not the case. According to the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, Chile actually has more economic freedom than the

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Californians fleeing to Mexico 27

Nov. 30, 2012 By Chriss Street On Tuesday, President Obama met with the newly elected president of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto.  While the press focused on the Administration’s talking points for discussions on a wide range of issues from energy to

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