Coal fields aren’t just for Appalachia anymore. From the North Slope of Alaska to the Florida Panhandle, from central California to Rhode Island, the United States is sitting atop trillions, if not quadrillions of dollars worth of the famed greasy rock. Continue reading “The Trumping of American Energy – Auto Fuel Made from Coal and Wood”
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has made quite the election prediction when he claimed that if he can garner at least 25 percent of the African-American vote, he’ll easily beat whoever the Democrats throw at him in the general election. To up the ante, Trump boldly stated at a Myrtle Beach rally, “I will do more for the African American people in one year than Barack Obama has done in his seven years – soon to be eight years – and then by the way, he’s out and thank goodness, ok?” Continue reading “Trump’s possible move for winning the black vote”
With the United States often referred to as the Saudi Arabia of natural gas, the extraction procedure of hydraulic fracturing, popularly known as simply “fracking,” has become one of the more popular energy objectives for Republicans nationwide while simultaneously becoming the bane of more than a few Democrats.
Case in point: a number of high-profile environmentalists have hitched their wagon to the shooting star that is Vera Scroggins, as reported by the right-of-center Washington Free Beacon on Jan. 30, 2014.
Unfortunately for her new-found allies, Scroggins has quite the history of advocating incestuous pedophilia.