Last Chance: Save the Greater Sage-Grouse

The greater sage-grouse — a bird known for its fascinating mating dance — lives its entire life in the wide open spaces of the American West, stretching from the Dakotas to California. The sage-grouse’s sagebrush habitat is also home to a variety of magnificent wildlife, including elk, mule deer, pronghorn, and golden eagles

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Ukraine Beginning to Spiral Out of Control?

Events in Ukraine are starting to spin out of control: Ukrainian security forces killed “up to five” pro-Russian activists Thursday in the restive eastern part of the country, the Ukrainian Interior Ministry said, as Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned any use of the Ukrainian military against its own citizens.

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BREAKING NEWS: #MSNBC reports #Obama WILL reject the #KXL pipeline, just a matte…

BREAKING NEWS: #MSNBC reports #Obama WILL reject the #KXL pipeline, just a matter of when Timeline Photos Huge news is being reported by MSNBC tonight! President Obama reportedly will REJECT the Keystone XL pipeline! this would be a huge victory but it is a small battle in a very large fight Please LIKE and SHARE if you are as excited as we are by this news!

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Obama’s Drug Clemency Plan

On Monday, a White House official told the press that President Obama would be prepared to use his pardon power to grant clemency to “hundreds, perhaps thousands” of people who have been jailed for nonviolent drug crimes. This sort of “mass release” has not been seen since the 1970’s when former President Gerald Ford extended amnesty to Vietnam draft dodger s

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Ernest Moniz For President! Republicans Harm the Environment! The Riot American #11

When President Obama gave his 2014 State of the Union Address in January, the Designated Survivor was Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz.

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Sunset at the Reject and Protect encampment on the National Mall tonight, where…

Sunset at the Reject and Protect encampment on the National Mall tonight, where a Cowboy Indian Alliance is protesting the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. More info here: www.rejectandprotect.org Reject and Protect – Day 2 Sunset at the Reject and Protect encampment on the National Mall tonight, where a Cowboy Indian Alliance is protesting the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline

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Solar Warriors vs. The Black Snake Of Tar Sands

There are two very different ways of recognizing Earth Day In the Northern Plains and Washington, perhaps illustrating, what Native people call the choice between two paths, one well scorched and worn, the other green. This past week, Henry Red Cloud, a descendent of Chief Red Cloud and President of Lakota Solar Enterprises, was recognized as a Champion of Change by President Obama for his leadership in renewable energy

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Doctor Declares Herself A Conscientious Objector To Obamacare
Doctor Declares Herself A Conscientious Objector To Obamacare Doctor Declares Herself A Conscientious Objector To Obamacare

Viewer support keeps the show going: Subscribe – FOLLOW | Facebook: Twitter: Web Dennis sits down with Dr. Margret Flowers. Recently, Dr

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Excellent Short Video Abouth The KXL Resistanc Movement. OBAMA’S 50 WOUNDED…
Excellent Short Video Abouth The KXL Resistanc Movement. OBAMA’S 50 WOUNDED… Excellent Short Video Abouth The KXL Resistanc Movement. OBAMA’S 50 WOUNDED…

Excellent Short Video Abouth The KXL Resistanc Movement. OBAMA’S 50 WOUNDED KNEES? Obama’s 50 Wounded Knees???

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Reject and Protect tipi is brought up on the National Mall to conclude opening c…

Reject and Protect tipi is brought up on the National Mall to conclude opening ceremony. #NoKXL #NoTarSands Reject and Protect Opening Ceremony Reject and Protect tipi is brought up on the National Mall to conclude opening ceremony. Photo: Mike Hudema On Earth Day 2014, the Cowboy Indian Alliance set up a tipi camp on the National Mall in Washington DC to tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline

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