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  • 00:22

    CEO in 10 with Chris Faulkner of Breitling Energy

    in Lifestyle

    CEO in 10 features Chris Faulkner of Breitling Energy. He discusses: 


     


    Vacation time!  Driving, flying or staying home? Your vacation plans may be determined by the price at the pump. How much are those fill-ups going to be?


     


    We all know that gas at the pump comes from a barrel of oil, but who sets those prices? Historically, as the main producer, it has been OPEC. But now,  thanks to the shale revolution.  Could the creation of a joint U.S., Mexico and Canada oil production effort make North America completely energy independent?  And could it decrease the power of OPEC to determine the price of a barrel of oil, resulting in lower energy prices, which could be a determining factor in people’s travel plans?




    Will this group help bring down or stabilize oil prices?






    How will this benefit the U.S. consumer?



    Will this joint effort control prices like OPEC does now?



    Are Canada and Mexico interested in joining?



    What are you doing to start this confederation?



    How soon, if at all, will this be a reality?




     


    About Chris Faulkner:


    As CEO of Breitling Energy Companies, Chris Faulkner is an expert in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asian oil and gas operations. He has appeared on many media outlets including Reuters, Fox, Bloomberg, CNN, CNBC and The Weather Channel. Faulkner has also been invited to speak at industry conferences worldwide. ”Breaking Free: the Shale Rock Revolution”,  a movie produced by Faulkner just released this March, explores the rise of America's energy independence and why we have low prices at the pump.


     


     

  • 00:44

    Saudi transfer of power to King Salman and American gas prices

    in Science

    Saudi's transitional government and recognition of Israel.  How the Saudis have radical Yemen flanking them and predisposed Iran across the bay.  Jon goes off on a major tangent about the purpose of body parts mainly mens nipples.

  • 02:01

    PNN - Dissent and Its Flowers

    in Politics Progressive

    Join PNN News Director Rick Spisak as we introduce two new exciting hosts to the PNN Lineup!


    Ms Jessica Winter producer and host of in the Stream and Ms Karina Veaudry producer and host of The Eclectic Progressive
    Tune in to hear about the exciting new programming they will bring. New Voices and new perspectives - a legion of exciting new talent and ideas.


    We live as the Chinese suggested in INTERESTING TIMES and PNN brings you two remarkable young women leaders, writers artists each with a wealth of talent and a perspective for the Century ahead.


    And Professor Wendy Lynne Lee Frack-Activist and Free Speech Advocate from Pennsylvania who brings us a very important perspective on the tactics of Environmental Activists. TUNE IN Live Sunday 7pm Eastern - or Anytime!


    solidarity & peace

  • 01:00

    Marcellus Shale Protest: No Fracking Way!

    in Environment

     
    As the already intense pressure increases for America to cut the umbilical cord from the Middle East, gas companies are desperately trying to find alternatives in our own back yard. With such slogans as “drill, baby, drill!” the public seems to be on board with the urgent need to find alternatives as soon as possible. In the Northeast, there is an area that extends throughout much of the Appalachian Basin called The Marcellus Shale. This area, located in the Northeast seems to offer the perfect resource to produce more gas and according to the gas companies, create new jobs. The shale contains largely untapped natural gas reserves and has now become the prime focus for energy development.
    The natural gas industry is spending millions of dollars to sell the merits of drilling for gas in the Marcellus Shale. The process of extracting the gas is called hydro-fracking or more commonly referred to as fracking. While it seems to be the perfect solution, just how safe is it? What exactly does fracking do to the environment? Is there any impact on our drinking water? What happens to your land if you do not wish to permit the gas companies to frack on your land but your neighbor does?
    In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to the councilman, Douglas Shields from the City of Pittsburgh and Brigit Shields of Marcellusprotest.org and will talk about their own personal experiences with fracking as well as what people need to know. Stay tuned!

  • 01:00

    Who's The King Of Oil Now?

    in Politics Conservative

    Back in the 70s, Jimmy Carter warned that the oil  of the Middle East would dry up in no more than 20 years and that America had better develope alternative energy sources and end our dependence on oil. Of course, Jimmy's prediction was wrong. It has been 4 1/2 decade and the Middle East is no where near drying up. Moreover, Carter was completely unaware of America's own furture potential to meet its own oil needs.


    For the first time in my life, America produces more oil than She needs and it seemed to happen without anyone realizing it. As America starts to reap the benefits of being a major oil player the price of oil plummets and quite possibly the dangers of a new industry ~ fracking ~ may be lurking.


    On tonight's show we will look at oil production in the United States and the industry that put us over the hump ~ fracking.


    Looking to the future it is hard to imagin a world without oil. Australia recently discovered a shale oil field that could make them the next Saudi Arabia 


    We will touch on alternatives to oil, the dangers of oil and the dangers of alternatives.


    Of course we will talk politics, Hillary, Obamacare, Elmos and Smurfs AND the news of the day.


    Tune in tonight for America, The NEW King Of Oil.


     

  • 02:15

    Why is U.S Government setting fires in other countries?

    in Politics Conservative

     Why is US government causing civil unrest in other countries? what do US have to gain? Ask yourself these questions? Is the US government there to help the people? Answer is NO


    What is true involvement of US Government? Here is the List of some countries not all


    1. Gulf War


    2. Serbia


    3. Iraq


    4. South Africa


    5. Afghanistan


    6. Libya


    7. Syria


    8. Egypt


    9. Ukraine


    Company in Which Joe Biden's Son Is Director Prepares To Drill Shale Gas in East Ukraine


    Ukraine's shale gas deposits, keeping in mind that the Dnieper-Donets basin which lies in the hotly contested eastern part of the nation and where as everyone knows by now a bloody civil war is raging, is the major oil and gas producing region of Ukraine accounting for approximately 90 per cent of Ukrainian production and according to EIA may have 42 tcf of shale gas resources technically recoverable from 197 tcf of risked shale gas in place.


     


    Why Clinton Bombed the Serbs - A National Disgrace Few American Even Know Nor Care About


    1. To appease the Islamic world for our daily bombing of Iraq. President Clinton wanted to prove to the Muslim world that we really cared and that we were willing to destroy a Christian people to prove it.


    2. The Saudis wanted the first Islamic country in the belly of Europe, and Clinton wanted cheap oil and Saudi money. The Saudis had signed a letter of intent to buy $6 billion worth of Boeing aircraft. The day after we bombed the Serbs in 1995 based on the self-inflicted Markale market place massacre by Bosnian Muslim forces, the Saudis signed on the dotted line. A coincidence? I don't think so. This is what Yossef Bodansky, author of "Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America," had to say in his 1995 book, "Offensive in the Balkans:"

  • 00:11

    ETR 49 Oil Shale

    in Energy

     
    September 2, 2008: Jane Van Ryan talks with Tony Dammer from the U.S. Department of Energy about America’s oil shale deposits.

  • 02:22

    The View Up Here Season 2 premiere welcomes journalist Amy MacPherson

    in Politics

    Summer break is over and we return with a vengeance. The revelations about malfeasance by the Harper junta never stop. Let's look at a few items with the laser guidance from our guest Amy MacPherson, shall we?


    - CSEC and their programs like "Landmark" continue to alert Canadians about their over-reach. Their unwarranted, indiscriminate spying continues unabated.


    - As the Duffy trial nears, it's time to talk about Nigel Wright's true purpose in the PMO. The redirection and misguidance of the Canada Pension Plan, for what else but corporate advantage.


    - Fracking will not go away any time soon. The shale along the Lake Huron coast is a prime target in Ontario. But it is also targeted by another industry, nuclear power. To deposit nuclear waste. What happens when these two get together? Who is really involved and how?


    Liberal MP Joyce Murray has proposed a Private Members Bill C-622 that would go a long way to curbing the ever-expanding powers of CSEC. It is well written and inclusive. We will discuss it  Hardly any attention has been paid by the so-called media in Canada to the profound changes made to the CPP on Emperor's watch. It has been irrevocably altered into something resembling a hedge fund, set up by his former Chief of Staff from Onyx, Nigel Wright. There are those that think his involvement in Duffygate was merely the opportunity to eject him from the Hill so he could return to his true calling. Profiteering. Ontarians aren't the only ones at risk in this dark marriage of convenience of Bruce Power and Dundee Energy Limited. Forty million people on both sides of the border may be at risk from this powerplay, orchestrated by a stunningly small circle of familiar players.


    Amy MacPherson has investigated these matters to a severe degree and what she has found is not good news. And she has paid a steep price personally. Amy will tell us why it's all our battle.


     

  • 01:00

    Land Leases for Oil and Gas in Tangipahoa & St. Helena Parishes, LA

    in Family

    There is a big rush for land leases in Tangipahoa and St. Helena Parishes, Louisiana.  A hot-spot known as the Tuscalossa Marine Shale runs below property in the parish. Tangipahoa Clerk of Court's Office has recorded 94 different Mineral Rights Lease covering roughly 12, 900 acres in the northern part of the parish.


    The landowners will be paid at least $100 an acre plus they would recieved royalites from any oil or gas found under their property. Please join Host Antoinette Harrell and for this upcoming discussion. 

  • 02:57

    Energy, Clean Coal, Marcellus and Utica Shale, and You

    in Current Events

    Today is Wednesday, and it's all about the energy industry. Join Lloyd Burnt (Stix) an me as we talk about this industry, the politics thar surround it, and how it affect the every day person.  
    Join in the Conversation and Voice your view 347-945-5229

  • 00:18

    On Halo Kids Tales: Nonnie, What’s God? & Seventh Dimension: The Door

    in Books

    On Halo Kids Tales: Nonnie, What’s God? by Linda L. Lile & Seventh Dimension: The Door by Lorilyn Roberts
    ~Nonnie, What’s God?~ Abby and her grandma, Nonnie, 
    have a very special afternoon together. When you’re just three years old, you’re learning so much and Abby is no different; asking questions and learning from her Nonnie’s wise words. When Abby asks about God, the two have a loving and meaningful conversation that opens Abby’s eyes and heart to the Heavenly Father. Buy: www.amazon.com/Nonnie-Whats-God-Linda-Lile/dp/0981709206  Linda L. Lile's site: www.a-lupublishing.com/


    & The Door ~ Cursed because of a secret, Shale Snyder shrouds her with insecurity and fear. Suspend from school, Shale's best friend isn't allowed to see her anymore. When a stray dog befriends her, she follows it into the woods. There she discovers a door that leads to another world. Buy: www.amazon.com/Seventh-Dimension-Young-Christian-Fantasy/dp/0989142604/ Lorilyn Robert's site: LorilynRoberts.com