There are things in life that make no sense when exposed to the light of day. Many of these are offered by charlatans selling items like cattle magnets to improve gas mileage and some of them are foisted on the American public by the very “military-industrial complex” Dwight Eisenhower once warned us about. Perfect … Continue reading Coos Bay Coal Terminal–Look at the Jobs and Money Closely
Thank you Senator Wyden. Click here for copy of letter
Click here to read Rep. DeFazio's letter to FERC.
by Gabe Scott Last week’s massive refinery fire in Richmond, California should serve as a wake-up call. Not that we needed another to remind us of a basic fact: oil and gas infrastructure is dangerous. When things go wrong, they go very wrong, very quickly. Add this to the list of reasons why the … Continue reading Coos Bay Gas Pipeline Puts Much at Risk–Get Engaged
Bob Ferris interview on the Mark McKelvey Show on July 10, 2012. He and Mark talk about timber, coal, LNG and jobs in Coos Bay. The 40-minute interview starts at about minute 11 and can be heard by clicking here.
"It's déjà vu all over again" –Yogi Berra Yogi Berra made the above quote when he watched Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris repeatedly hit back-to-back home runs in the early 1960s. I feel the same way—absent the elation—as I watch this coal debate unfold here in Eugene just as it did in Bellingham two years … Continue reading Please Take a Cold Hard Look at Coal Trains
Naomi Klein in her book Shock Doctrine laid out a recipe for our destruction: Take a real or manufactured crisis, add economic interests with political clout, and apply both towards a bend-over-backwards Congress and a panicked public. The end result being economic interests allowed to cause us more harm and make even more money in … Continue reading The Carbon Curtain Coalition