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Stop A Fracking Flip Flop In Florida

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of members like you, last week we struck a hard blow to fracking in Florida. On Thursday the State Senate Appropriations Committee voted, in bi-partisan fashion, 10-9 against Senate Bill (SB) 318 that would expand the extreme practice throughout the state and prevent local communities from banning it. But it’s not over yet, it’s […]

New Ad says NO to Atlantic Drilling, Seismic testing off South Carolina Coast.

Charleston, SC – As local residents continue to await a final Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) plan for five-year oil and gas leasing off the coast of South Carolina and other Southeastern states, Environmental Action took out a full page ad today to show again their disapproval of drilling and seismic testing on the continental shelf.“South Carolina has abundant opportunities […]

Under Hillary’s Energy Plan, Communities of Color Would Be Fracked Over

Hillary Clinton has a new plan for fracked gas in America entitled, “Hillary Clinton’s Plan for Ensuring Safe and Responsible Natural Gas Production,” and it isn’t good. Increased extraction and use of a fossil fuel that’s known for it’s epic, months-long leaks and is 80 times more potent a global warming pollutant than Carbon Dioxide isn’t leadership, it’s a climate catastrophe. And it highlights the […]

Scalia’s Passing Opens National Can of Worms

When I received the news of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing this past Saturday, my mind went in a thousand different directions, accompanied by a thousand different questions. There can be no doubt that Justice Scalia’s sudden passing sent a shock wave throughout the nation, and the entire world. For the first time in over thirty years, the Supreme Court […]

LIVE – tune in with us for the Saturday night #GOPDebate

The next #GOPDebate is  Saturday February 13 at 9 p.m. Eastern in Greenville, South Carolina. It will be moderated by CBS News’ John Dickerson, Major Garrett & Kimberley StrasselThe six remaining major GOP presidential candidates have all qualified: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson and John Kasich have been invited to participate after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina dropped out […]

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Join us live for the PBS #DemDebate

The two remaining Democrats — Hillary Clinton who narrowly won Iowa’s caucuses while Sen. Bernie Sanders won big in New Hampshire — will meet for another #DemDebate tonight at 9 Eastern on PBS.This will be the sixth time the two debate, this time in Milwaukee, but the first time we see PBS Newshour’s Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff moderate. Bother are frequent twitter users and the debate is […]

Granite State Votes, Clean Power Plan Rocked

The presidential election to succeed President Obama kept rolling last night as New Hampshire held the nation’s first primary for both major parties. The results were profound with both winners commanding victory margins of 20 points or more. But underneath all of the excitement and fervor of the election was potentially more pressing news that the Supreme Court of the […]

Join us for the last #GOPDebate before New Hampshire votes!

ABC News will hold the last #GOPDebate  Saturday night, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. ET in Manchester, New Hampshire. It will be moderated by “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir and Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz.On the stage will be Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, former Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. John Kasich. […]

Join us LIVE for the last #DemDebate before New Hampshire votes!

With the field pared down to two Democratic presidential candidates, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders square off Thursday night for a final head-to-head #DemDebate on MSNBC before the first primary (not caucus) in the nation is held in New Hampshire.The debate, set for the University of New Hampshire in Durham, begins at 9 p.m. […]

My Iowa Takeaway: A Case For Flint Debate

The election to succeed President Barack Obama officially commenced in Iowa last night, but the results of the Iowa Democratic Caucus had to wait until the morning. The Democratic side, in particular, showed us two things: 1. Secretary Hillary Clinton demonstrated once again that she is a veteran, professional campaigner; adroit at building and unleashing a well-oiled machine that includes an undeniable […]

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