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President Obama Stuns Oil Companies With Crushing Proposal (VIDEO)

President Obama Stuns Oil Companies With Crushing Proposal (VIDEO)

President Obama just dropped a bomb on the oil companies. People are already calling it the boldest vision for America’s infrastructure since Eisenhower.

by Antiphon Freeman· · News
Charles Koch Literally Called Himself A Liberal (VIDEO)

Charles Koch Literally Called Himself A Liberal (VIDEO)

So, the Kochs are so liberal they are spending buckets of money on conservatives? Is anyone falling for that?

by Sarah Burris· · News
The New Mass Extinction: Can Prisons Really Go Green?

The New Mass Extinction: Can Prisons Really Go Green?

Prisons are desperately trying to make orange the new green.

by Joe Fletcher· · News
The World’s First Solar Road Is Producing Enough Energy To Power Single-Person Home

The World’s First Solar Road Is Producing Enough Energy To Power Single-Person Home

Do you think this technology can help solve the world’s energy demand?

by Joe Fletcher· · News
Despite Republican Obstruction Tesla Sales Are Going Strong

Despite Republican Obstruction Tesla Sales Are Going Strong

This is good news for Tesla. It is also good news for all of those who wish to see the United States and the world shift towards a carbon free economy.

by Joe Fletcher· · News
The sunroom also doubles as an indoor garden if you want.

This Clever House Might Just Be The Answer To The World’s Energy Problems

How the hell did they pull this off?

by Justin Rosario· · News
Hobby Lobby's hypocrisy exposed: they say they oppose contraceptives on religious grounds, but turn right around and show that they haven't always been as opposed as they claim they are, and, in some ways, still aren't.

Hobby Lobby Hypocrites: Do What I Say Not What I Really Do

Hobby Lobby’s hypocrisy exposed: they say they oppose contraceptives on religious grounds, but turn right around and show that they haven’t always been as opposed as they claim they are, and, in some ways, still aren’t.

by Gloria Christie· · News
Happy St. Patrick's Day pugs photo cc 2013 DaPuglet via Flickr.

Nine Fun And Fascinating Facts About St. Patrick’s Day

It’s St. Patrick’s Day and time for the wearin’ ‘o’ the green. But some of the things you think you know about the holiday aren’t quite right. Slàinte!

by T. Steelman· · News
Hey McDonald’s! This Fast Food Restaurant Pays Employees $10 An Hour And Is Wildly Successful

Hey McDonald’s! This Fast Food Restaurant Pays Employees $10 An Hour And Is Wildly Successful

Boloco, a Boston-based burrito joint with 23 locations in New England from Burlington, which pays its employees far above minimum wage and turns a profit

by T. Steelman· · News
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Big Oil Places A Gag Order On 2 Children

This is classic gangster activity; destroy a family’s home, dictate the terms of the agreement, then coerce them – and their children –into a gag order.

by Chris Lazare· · News
How to get a conservative to buy green? Don’t tell them it’s green; image@FactsCoExist

Conservatives Hate Conservation: Studies Prove They’ll Reject Products Labeled As ‘Energy-Efficient’

You’d think anyone would lean toward energy-efficient products but studies say that’s not so; they won’t buy ‘green’ if they don’t buy climate change.

by Lorraine Devon Wilke· · News
The Oil Industry At It Again As Yet Another Disaster Happens, This Time In Detroit

The Oil Industry At It Again As Yet Another Disaster Happens, This Time In Detroit

Yet another oil industry accident has occurred, showing clearly that there aren’t enough regulations or safety measures in place to prevent these things from occurring.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
New Bill Would Require GMO Labeling – ‘The Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act’

New Bill Would Require GMO Labeling – ‘The Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act’

This bill would be a good step in the right direction for corporate transparency.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
The University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment is discovering solutions to Earth's biggest problems, including the big question of how are we going to feed a growing world without destroying the planet? http://environment.umn.edu/

Just As Important As Climate Change – The One Video Everyone Should See

Agriculture takes up 40% of the planet’s surface, shaping it as surely as an ice age.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
Courtesy of the United States Geological Survey

Science Versus Conservatism: Science Wins Again, Study Disproves Another Talking Point

Conservatives are wrong, and science shows them to be wrong.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
Fox Has Absolutely NO Journalistic Ethics, And Here’s A LONG List Of Their Lies (VIDEOS)

Fox Has Absolutely NO Journalistic Ethics, And Here’s A LONG List Of Their Lies (VIDEOS)

Tax cuts for the wealthy are good for everyone. They’re economic vitamins! That, and other lies, form a synopsis of Fox News’ problems with the truth.

Obama Using Decades Old Law To Take Stand In The Fight Against Climate Change

Obama Using Decades Old Law To Take Stand In The Fight Against Climate Change

Obama has now started a push to expand a law from the Nixon era that requires federal agencies to evaluate the environmental impact of projects.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
The Kulluk rig, from rigzone.com

Shell Drilling Rig Aground Southeast Of Alaska

The Kulluk, a massive arctic drilling rig, has run aground southeast of Alaska, putting the whole question of arctic drilling into question.

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
Opinions From A Young Progressive, Vol. Six – Christianity And The Environment

Opinions From A Young Progressive, Vol. Six – Christianity And The Environment

Scientists, for years, have been telling us of our planet’s limitations. We just haven’t listened. Is the attitude that we are above nature partially to blame?

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News
Obama’s Energy Policies Are Better Than Ever

Obama’s Energy Policies Are Better Than Ever

America’s energy policies are better than ever. Come November, will you set us back or move us forward?

by Justin Acuff (Isaacs)· · News