Rex Tillerson not only runs ExxonMobil, he is also the director of a Russian oil company registered in the Bahamas, a secretive tax haven.
ExxonMobil promotes a carbon tax while contributing to Republicans who block all efforts to combat climate change with a tax on carbon.
Republicans use subpoenas to terrorize climate scientists, but it is an infringement of their rights if the tables are turned.
The Bloomberg editorial board claims the government has no right to "shame" a company for trying to turn a profit, no matter the human cost
ExxonMobil is the second leading oil corporation to publicly admit that climate change is real, following Shell Oil's admission in March
When NOAA published research using empirical data to refute GOP climate-change denial, Lamar Smith (R-TX) subpoenaed to the scientists
Before anyone praises the oil industry for making a profit from stealing irrigation water to process oil and then selling it back to drought-stricken farmers, they may be interested in knowing the processed waste water used on crops they eventually consume is tainted with high levels of acetone and methylene chloride two chemicals that are highly toxic to human beings.
House Republicans praised Exxon and expect Americans to give them a "pat on the back" for saddling taxpayers with the cost of cleaning up their tar spill.
This amazing aerial footage of the Arkansas oil spill should make Americans question why Republicans are touting Keystone as a 'no brainer'.
It is unfortunate, but Republicans and some Democrats are plodding ahead as if America's exceptionalism will protect it from catastrophes even as they are occurring right before their eyes.
The long-awaited State Department report on the environmental impact of building the KeystoneXL pipeline was released and its results are a direct effect of spending cuts, and a Republican ploy.
The increased oil production is not all good news for Americans though, because the glut of oil is keeping gas prices curiously high.