A Melting Pot of Frustration – Occupy Boston

The Occupy movement has spread beyond Wall St. to encompass most major U.S. cities, and many protesters are frustrated by the lack of accountability by the major corporations that contributed to both the recent financial disaster and decades of ecological pillaging. Andrew Meggison visited the Occupy Boston camp for a ground-level look at this grassroots movement.

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U.S. Gasoline Demand Hits a 10 Year Low

August has come and gone and the American Petroleum Institute (API) has released the U.S. gasoline demand for the month. For the month of August gasoline demand for the U.S. dropped 1.3% –a ten year low for the month of August.

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Major Ethanol Producers’ Organization Endorses Obama

In concert with the opening of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, the American Corn Growers Association (ACGA) has announced

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50% Don’t Think Obama or McCain Can Lower Gas Prices

According to a survey commissioned by Cars.com during July, about 50% of US consumers don’t believe that Obama or McCain

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