‘FrackNation’ to Premiere on Mark Cuban’s axs.tv

Fracknation January 2013

FrackNation premieres on January 22, 2013 at 9 P.M. ET

Please tune in and tell a friend! Check your local listings.

FrackNation is a feature documentary that will tell the truth about fracking for natural gas.



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Disclosure:Common American Journal and associates have donated to the production […]

Gas fracking: Ministers approve shale gas extraction

Roger Harrabin BBC News 13 December 2012

The government has given the go-ahead for a firm to resume the controversial technique known as fracking to exploit gas in Lancashire.

The company, Cuadrilla, was stopped from fracking after two tremors near Blackpool.

Conditions have been imposed to minimise the risk of seismic activity.

In fracking, […]

Irish brawler McIlhenny brings ‘FrackNation’ to the screen

Sunana Batra Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University 7 May 2012


At the 35th Annual Heritage Foundation Resource Bank held in Colorado Springs, Nationally renowned documentary filmmaker Ann McElhinney spoke to attendees about her latest project called “FrackNation”. Her documentary tells the truth about fracking and responds to the propaganda-laden blatant lies and […]

Ha ha Warmist losers. For you the war is over

James Delingpole The Telegraph [UK] 5th January 2012

Warmists, reacting with horror to their defeat


One of my resolutions this year is to write as little as possible about global warming. Not only will it make my wife much happier but it will also free me up to talk about more important […]

God Bless the Brits. They show us what not to do.

ArthurK Ace of Spades HQ 7/4/2011

Backup power needed for Wind Farms

Problems with the backup power.

(I’m not going to talk about Global Warming or whether CO2 is a problem. The Brit govt. has made up it’s mind on that. I’m just looking at what the Brits have decided to do about it.)

These […]

Influential MEP calls for shale gas regulation

Jo Leinen is proposing a European directive that would penalise or even ban the exploitation of the controversial fossil fuel

Fiona Harvey Guardian [UK] 30 June 2011

One of the most influential members of the European parliament is proposing a new directive that would penalise or even ban the exploitation of shale gas, the controversial […]