Few Americans would object to a bust honoring Dick Cheney if it noted his part in creating a more radical form of Islamic terrorism
Be assured of one thing. There will be a Keystone XL pipeline in your future; your very near future. The Republicans want it. The blue dogs want it. The State Department has blessed most of it.
The team of U.S. Geological Survey scientists found a wealth of evidence "directly linking" an increase in Colorado and New Mexico earthquakes since 2001 to wastewater injection widely used in hydraulic fracturing as well as conventional drilling.
Freedom Industries knew the 70 to 80 year-old tanks were in desperate need of replacement and did not want to spend the money to repair them because regulations did not require them to.
The political attention of most Americans has been concentrated on the latest developments at HealthCare.gov. Meanwhile fracking explodes.
On Monday, Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), forgot not only President Bush but his fellow ethically-challenged House Republicans, and excoriated President Barack Obama from the House floor.
The concept of giving kind regards to a convicted war criminal whose only relationship to a library should be a weekly visit to a federal prison library reveals that many Americans have short memories
Most Americans do not object to debt when they receive something in return such as road or schools, but a great deal of America's debt is for wars that only benefit the military industrial complex.
The Republican Party's doldrums are likely to continue until they acknowledge reality, but there are no signs of that happening soon
Romney understands that although Dick Cheney is still a neo-con hero, the American people have a different opinion and forbid photographs with the former vice president and convicted war criminal.
Just in case you thought Dick Cheney's culpability for environmental destruction was limited to offshore drilling and the Gulf oil spill, here is Watergate II. Only this time, it's literally about water, specifically how Dick Cheney and Halliburton poisoned our drinking water.
The evidence is in: Halliburton, Dick Cheney, secret energy task force meetings and massive Republican deregulation has once again led to tragedy. The April 20, 2010. Gulf oils spill is yet another story of careless, reckless deregulation and corruption under the Bush administration which has led to loss of life, destruction of wildlife and the environment, loss of income, and more. The full impact of the oil sill is still unknown.