1. J

    Could Joe Biden be correct about us having a “dark winter”?

    During last night’s debate, Joe Biden warned “We’re about to go into a dark winter”. . . Of course, any thinking person who has heard Biden’s commitment to shut down our fossil fuel industry,[coal, gas, oil and end fracking] which provides the fuel for our nation’s power plants that heat...
  2. excalibur

    Impeachment Testimony Describes Putin’s Propaganda War On American Fracking

    Meanwhile, our President is all in for fracking and our energy independence. Among the many subplots to emerge from recent impeachment hearings, one, in particular, might have been unexpected: fracking. In recent testimony to House lawmakers, Fiona Hill, John Bolton’s former direct report at...
  3. P@triot

    Conservatism: ingenuity, prosperity, and liberty

    Conservatism encompasses the absolute best of man in every capacity. It's built on liberty, which in turn spurs innovation, which in turn produces prosperity. With Republicans controlling everything coast-to-coast (the White House, the House, the Senate, and 33 of the 50 states), we are...
  4. P@triot

    Progressive Propaganda: The Fracking Edition

    Even the EPA was forced to acknowledge that there is absolutely no evidence that fracking poses an environmental risk. We continue to see the left manufacture lie after lie to fulfill their quest for wealth and control. Their lies are costing the tax payers hundreds of billions of dollars every...
  5. MindWars

    EPA concludes fracking a threat to U.S. water supplies

    EPA Concludes Fracking a Threat to U.S. Water Supplies Starting in 2008, ProPublica published stories that found hydraulic fracking had damaged drinking water supplies across the country. The reporting examined how fracking in some cases had dislodged methane, which then seeped into water...
  6. PokeyNews

    Can a new technology treat fracking wastewater on site?

    I've been trying to find out more about this, and if it's gone anywhere. I've read that they have a working prototype. That is the last/all I've been able to find. The industry uses billions of gallons of H2O, which is taken from local wells, streams, is trucked in ect. ect. If It is viable...

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