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Hedges writes: "The next great battle of the Occupy movement may not take place in city parks and plazas, where the security and surveillance state is blocking protesters from setting up urban encampments."

Tar Sands blockaders in their tree house. (photo: Rogue Media)
Tar Sands blockaders in their tree house. (photo: Rogue Media)

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+5 # grindermonkey 2012-10-17 06:19
I witnessed fracking in East Texas many years ago and it was an expensive, abject failure that was abandoned because of the polution it created. Fracking raises it ugly head during every rise in oil prices and plaintif cries for energy independence. The end product is poor quality, low octane and expensive for the environment.
+4 # bdeja 2012-10-17 08:23
If President Obama is rer-elected, (the best result of this sorry-ass election), we must immediately begin pressuring him to turn down the Keystone Pipeline. This will be difficult as it seems he is ready to o.k. this horrific project as soon as he ios elected.

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