Tar Sands Action

Keystone XL Theatre | Why did Obama Choose NRDC Founder John Bryson as his Commerce Secretary?

Published January 26, 2012 by Political Context and The Wrong Kind of Green By Cory Morningstar   Frances Beinecke, president of NRDC, on the nomination of NRDC founder John Bryson by President Barack Obama: “As one of the founders of NRDC, John Bryson is a visionary leader in promoting a clean environment and a strong economy. He has compiled an exemplary record in public service and in business that underscor
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Keystone XL | The Ivory Towers Crushing the Last Remnants of Climate Justice

By Cory Morningstar January 20, 2011 A recent article was posted to an International Climate Justice Now! listserv written by “agent” Jamie Henn of 350.org/1Sky/Tar Sands Action. The 16 January 2012 article titled “Grassroots Strategy Is Key to Winning Keystone XL Fight” gave the impression that the mainstream green groups were a magnificent force to be dealt with due to an unprecedented ̶
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Obedience – A New Requirement for the “Revolution”

Part II of an Investigative Report into Tar Sands Action & the Paralysis of a Movement Published September 19, 2011 by Political Context: http://bit.ly/njUko9 and Canadians for Action on Climate Change: http://bit.ly/pLDqQi by Cory Morningstar Obedience – A New Requirement for the “Revolution” We have now reached a new level of subservient conditioning in an action ironically titled Stop the Machine.
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Tar Sands Action & the Paralysis of a Movement | Part I

Part one of an eight part series. by Cory Morningstar Published September 15, 2011 by Political Context. Only Death Will Save Us “Only death will save us. Mediocrity begets mediocrity. It is tragic that the conditioning of civil society is so deep – that most everything relevant beating them on the head is received as nothing more than a cool breeze.” — Harold One Feather What are the underlying mot
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