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Chevron Attacker Still the Hero in Rolling Stone Hit Job

Liberal ‘journalist’ glosses over ghostwritten scientific reports, court rulings, RICO case and bribery to blast oil company.
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Vanity Fair Used Polluted Journalism Against Chevron in Ecuador Story

Magazine reporter worked with eco-lawyer to help spin facts.
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MSNBC's Hayes Compares Using Oil to Drug Addiction, Opposes Keystone Pipeline

On Friday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes gave a commentary opposing the Keystone pipeline as he compared America's use of oil to "drug addiction," and pushed the far left idea of leaving 80 ...
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Running on Empty

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‘Rock Center’ Blames America, and Texaco in Anti-Oil Tirade

Ecuadorian villagers are upset and ready to fight to protect their rainforest homeland, from the government of Ecuador which has “launched a new oil boom,” according to NBC’s Ann Curry. But Curry ...
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NBC's Curry: U.S. to Blame for 'Toxic Legacy' of Oil Drilling in the Amazon

Previewing an upcoming story for NBC's Rock Center on Friday's Today, correspondent Ann Curry warned that tribes of the Amazon rain forest "are sharpening their spears and preparing their blow ...
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Broadcasts Ignore ‘Bizarre twist’ of Chevron Ecuador Lawsuit

Several years ago, CBS’s “60 Minutes,” CNN and The New York Times tarred Chevron with biased reporting about a lawsuit between the oil company and an “eco-radical” group called Amazon Defense ...
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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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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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Just in Time for Election, Media Forecast Falling Gas Prices

Journalists continue to make predictions about gas prices despite being consistently wrong.
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