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Sioux Renewable Energy Confronts the Dakota Access Pipeline
White House Correspondents Win Freedom of Speech Award
Al-Jazeera News Network Is Facing Its Final Sign Off
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Freedom of Speech Will Get You Fired
VP Mike Pence Sends Freedom of Speech Message to Notre Dame
The First 100

Sioux Renewable Energy Confronts the Dakota Access Pipeline

Protestors remain stationed at various points across the four-state pipeline, but their efforts to halt construction were ultimately rendered ineffective by developers and federal bureaucracy. The Dakota Access Pipeline was completed in April and went into commercial operation on June 1, 2017. The communal investment in renewable energy intends to be a direct confrontation to the Dakota Access Pipeline, and others like it.

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The First 100

As President Trump is slowly beginning to figure out, being the President is not easy, especially in a country built on the Rule of Law, with all its checks and balances, and on Freedom of Speech, which means the criticisms will never end.

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