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(Mother Jones)   The coal industry is worried about environmental threats. Environmental as in environmentalists   (motherjones.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, environmentalisms, coal-fired power plants  
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2013-07-09 02:08:30 AM  
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Given how the War on Drugs® and the War on Terrorism® have gone, you'd think Big Coal would welcome a War on Coal®.
2013-07-08 01:33:42 PM  
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as someone who lives in Appalachia, if the environmentalists are winning, why do our mountains keep disappearing?
2013-07-08 01:27:22 PM  
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Pick: What a bunch of jerks at Mother Jones. That photo in the article is not from a coal fired power house. (unless the boiler just blew up) I work for an electric utility that has a coal fired plant. Our stacks do not look at all like the smoke stacks in the picture. In fact you can't see anything AT ALL coming out of ours, even when it's running a max power.


A quick GIS of coal fired power plants says otherwise.

So apparently yours is just special, but mother jones does not seem to be being unfair using that picture.
2013-07-08 01:11:59 PM  
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Considering Big Coal's history with union strikebreakers a century ago, the hippies better prepare for lots of Pinkerton-related injuries.
2013-07-08 01:07:58 PM  
1 votes:
New technologies that were stifled in the past have been given encouragement under Obama. The enviro movement adds a little fuel, but mostly it's a long overdue energy industry expansion.
 
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