November 15, 2017

Pipeline Protesters Plead Guilty

Pipeline Protesters Plead Guilty

Two of the Trans-Pecos pipeline protesters charged with felony criminal mischief reached an agreement to plead guilty to a lesser charge in court last week.
November 1, 2017

Texas Sierra Club Makes Disturbing Recruitment Pitch

Texas Sierra Club Makes Disturbing Recruitment Pitch

While most of the Lone Star State celebrated Halloween with tricks and treats, the Texas Sierra Club attempted to use it for a disturbing recruitment pitch.
October 31, 2017

Sierra Club Offshoot Stands With Alleged Felons

Sierra Club Offshoot Stands With Alleged Felons

The Austin Environmental Justice Team (ATXEJ), an offshoot of the Sierra Club, recently expressed support for a group of West Texas environmentalists facing felony charges from anti-pipeline protests earlier this year.
October 25, 2017

Bipartisan Push To Classify Pipeline Protesters As Terrorists

Bipartisan Push To Classify Pipeline Protesters As Terrorists

Growing concerns over anti-pipeline activism across the country, including Texas, spurred a bipartisan group of federal lawmakers to request the U.S. Department of Justice to review the country’s domestic terrorism laws.
October 23, 2017

O’Rourke Brushes Aside Texas Environmental Leader

O’Rourke Brushes Aside Texas Environmental Leader

Yesterday at a campaign event at the University of Texas in Austin, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) was quick to dismiss a prominent Texas environmentalist.
October 20, 2017

Pruitt Praised For Cleanup Efforts In Texas

Pruitt Praised For Cleanup Efforts In Texas

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt recently drew praise for vowing to cleanup waste sites damaged by Hurricane Harvey.