Monthly Archives: October 2016

Dakota Access Pipeline: meet the corporate executives behind the Black Snake

Lee Hanse, Executive Vice President Energy Transfer Partners LP 800 E Sonterra Blvd #400 210-403-6455 lee.hanse@energytransfer.com Glenn Emery, Vice President Energy Transfer Partners LP 800 E Sonterra Blvd #400 210-403-6762 glenn.emery@energytransfer.com Michael (Cliff) Waters, lead analyst Energy Transfer Partners LP … Continue reading

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Dueling protests as election keeps turning people out in the street

On the 29th of October, the No Red Button Campaign protested in front of Trump Hotel, warning that Donald Trump is just too unstable to be trusted with US nuclear launch codes. About an hour later, the best a contingent … Continue reading

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Trump Hotel ribbon-cutting driven indoors by protest

On the 26th of October, Donald Trump planned to stage a ceremonial ribbon-cutting to “open” his hotel on Penn Ave. Protesters got there first and defied police demands to shut down and move. Thus the ribbon cutting had to be … Continue reading

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Trump lampooned at DC’s pre-Halloween High Heel Race

The annual high heel race on 17 st is on the last Tuesday before Halloween and is known for political contestants in election years. This year was no exception, with a whole contingent of runners in high heels posing as … Continue reading

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Trump-loving “Alt-right” speaker at U-MD cancelled citing “security expenses”

On the 25th of October, Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at University of MD. He is known for directing hate at Muslims and at Black Lives Matter activists. With other universities at which he peddled his hate … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter marches with red taped mouths for Terrence Sterling

On the 24th of October, Black Lives Matter activists gathered once again at 3ed and M st, where Terrence Sterling was shot off his motorcycle by a cop who rolled down his window and opened fire on Sep 11. This … Continue reading

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Take Back Democracy March condemns nomination stolen from Sanders, charges rich control both sides of ballot

On the 23ed of October, the “Take Back Democracy March on DC” condemned Hillery Clinton for rigging the Democratic primaries to defeat Bernie Sanders. The majority of the march appeared to support Green Party candidate Jill Stein as an alternative … Continue reading

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