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Crabby Controversy: Which Meat Is The Best?
award-winning food author
Oh, are we blessed in the U.S. of A. with wonderful crab-eating possibilities! Our country is literally surrounded by gorgeous
Chevy Dealer Sells Car For Wrong Price, Apologizes After Having Buyer Danny Sawyer Arrested
A Virginia man spent four hours in jail after purchasing a Chevrolet Traverse from Priority Chevrolet in Chesapeake, VA. The
Chesapeake Paid Almost No Income Taxes On $5.5 Billion In Profits
Since its founding 23 years ago, Chesapeake has paid about 1 percent in taxes of its $5.5 billion in pretax profits, Bloomberg
Wyoming Natural Gas Blowout Exacerbated By Chesapeake Energy's Delayed Response
By Reuters, Reuters
May 10 (Reuters) - A blowout at a Chesapeake Energy Corp natural gas well in Wyoming in April was caused by a mechanical
Jonathon Parker, Paralyzed Man, Gets Donated Van After Thief Drove Off With His Car
"What a contrast it is," Sandy told the news outlet, "the evil to the good." After a thief stole the cars he offered to fix
America's Top 10 Gas Drillers
Journalism in the Public Interest
Much of the growth in gas production has come from drilling into shale formations, which provided 23 percent of the nation's gas in 2010, according to the EIA. Hence integrated behemoths have expanded into this area.
Is Gas the Solution to Our Coal Problem? Seriously?
Alison Rose Levy
Health, food and environmental journalist; radio host, Progres...
It would be unfortunate if the environmental community divided itself by making gas the solution to the coal problem. It's entire lifestyle from extraction to use needs to be considered for environmental damage, health risk, and costs.
Why You Should Really Be Concerned About the Global Wildlife Die-offs
Environmental journalist writing about water, energy, tech and...
We can seriously consider what's pushing so much life on this planet toward extinction, or we can wait until it starts raining dead birds. Oh wait, that's already happening.
The Forgotten Battle Which Won The American Revolution
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
The Revolutionary War lasted a lot longer than most of us realize. Begun in 1775, the war didn't end for six long years, and wasn't fully resolved for another two. The Battle of the Chesapeake, in particular, deserves to be remembered.
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