The joy of hate creates solidarity for the right's beliefs and helps stop action on climate change.
Secretary Clinton let it be known that she was unhappy about questions on her campaign donors.
For the past two years, a grassroots movement has erupted to confront President Obama over the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. On September 21st, 2013, we will draw the line on Keystone XL and the tar sands to tell him that keeping his climate promises means rejecting Keystone XL.
Killer iPhones, a 3rd moon for the Earth, and the race to cut out the racist: all in this week's episode of Absurdity Today, the independent news parody series hosted by political satirist Julianna Forlano.
Texas and Pennsylvania have a lot in common. Comedian and Sarah Silverman/Tina Fey Mash-up Julianna Forlano destroys both in her indie-news parody Absurdity Today.
Watch: "There are far more eminent theologians than me in this room; I'm not a theologian at all. But it is my firm belief that these companies have more money than God."
Watch the trailer: The "Do the Math" Movie is being screened at house-parties and screenings across the country on April 21st. At 42 minutes, it tells the story of the rising movement to change the terrifying math of the climate crisis and fight the fossil fuel industry.
In her new film, actress Daryl Hannah takes on conservatives and captains of the fossil fuel industry who, the filmmakers say, have used their significant financial powers to lobby against the realities of climate change.
Thousands of environmentalists marched outside the White House on Sunday, armed with banners and signs, chanting and voicing their opposition against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The rally, organized by 350.org, calls for U.S.