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Matt Damon Anti-Fracking Movie Flops at Box Office

Oil-nation-funded film villainizing natural gas industry earns half what it cost to make.
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New York Times Loves Local Left-Wing Protests Against Guns and Fracking (Featuring Yoko Ono)

Oh, no, frackers, it's Yoko Ono: The New York Times made much of two tiny local liberal protests over the weekend, one at a New York State gun show, the other in the state capital protesting ...
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‘Promised Land’ Continues Hollywood Anti-Fracking Campaign

Damon claims he wants to start conversation, but movie depicts gas company employees as liars.
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Reporter Wonders if Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Film Will Have Any Effect in Texas

Reporter from Soros-funded NPR StateImpact confuses fact and Hollywood fiction.
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FrackNation to premiere on AXS TV in January

Filmmaker Phelim McAleer’s movie which he says ‘tells the truth about fracking’ will debut on television Jan. 22.
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ABC, NBC Mostly Ignore Fracking; CBS Airs 6 Times More Negative Stories

CBS coverage sides with lefty environmentalists, rarely presents arguments for natural gas extraction.
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Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon Sing Anti-Fracking Song on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

Lennon launches celebrity and artist anti-fracking site hours before interview.
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TNT’s ‘Dallas’ Rivalry: Evil Oil vs. Alternative Energy

New Generation of Ewings pits wildcatter John Ross against ‘alternatives are the future’ Christopher.

'Fracking' Attack: NYT Won't Give Up Fighting Natural Gas Extraction, Even After Embarrassing Itself

The Times can't quit its fracking attacks: "Institute’s Gas Drilling Report Leads to Claims of Bias and Concern for a University’s Image." Reporter Mireya Navarro pumped up the alleged scandal: ...
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Businessweek Finds Pa. Town Wounded from Anti-Fracking Battle

Environmental extremists and regulators stopped drilling before it started, leaving locals struggling. 
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