Erin Mundahl | InsideSources January 12, 2017 Few members of the Standing Rock Sioux have as many ties to Washington, D.C. as Jodi Gillette, the sister of the tribe’s chairman, Dave Archambault II. When Gillette retired from her position in the Obama White House, Bismarck’s paper wrote that “Jodi Gillette probably has been more involved…
ABC News University of Iowa professor says “they can’t just hold up this permit forever” and notes that re-route is likely not an option citing massive costs and logistical obstacles, such as acquiring new land, permits and organizing construction during the winter months. Read More
KFYR-TV Monday’s protests at a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site south of St. Anthony on Highway 6 were described by law enforcement as a riot. Others say the actions of the activists were peaceful. Read More
The Bismarck Tribune State regulators say they received a confidence boost this week after learning federal inspectors had spent the equivalent of 400 days looking over the Dakota Access Pipeline project. Read More
Even as rhetoric and emotions surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline swell, we have worked to ensure all responses have been fact-based and straightforward. Having said that, you may have wondered why the SRFC and MAIN Coalition didn’t have an immediate response to the Congressional letter sent to President Obama yesterday. Honestly, it was because it was…
The Daily Caller I was wasting time on Facebook the other night when the absurdity of what’s going on in North Dakota finally fully occurred to me. Read more.
The Wall Street Journal Democrats are running for office claiming that the U.S. needs to spend hundreds of billions on infrastructure. Read more.
Say Anything Blog, Rob Port: Over the holiday weekend the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s 1,206 page Mitigated Finding of No Significant Impact report related to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Read more.
Say Anything Blog, Rob Port: In the aftermath of a holiday weekend riot at the construction site of the Dakota Access Pipeline there has been a concerted effort by the protesters and the left-wing environmental groups backing them to promote a certain narrative. Read more.
Say Anything Blog, Rob Port: Protesters looking to obstruct the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline project have used, as justification, their desire to protect the tribe’s water source. Read more.
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