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Distress caused by dirty energy not worth the money Re Feb. 12 Viewpoint, “Oil pipeline would be a boon; its rejection should be overturned”: It’s not surprising that Russ Wege, a fossil fuel industry engineer, would push the dirty tar sands Keystone XL pipeline over private farms and public aquifers without a full impact review, in much the same way he pushes unsafe, polluting hydrofracking. It’s not surprising that amoral, greedy gas/oil corporations push it. ...


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February 17, 2012
5:55 a.m.

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Darla, it's not SPCA vs. APF, it's aggressor attacking victim, Tully being the aggressor and the APF the victim. The APF did not initiate or engage in any hostility toward the SPCA. As a former volunteer, you are aware that verbal attacks on the APF were common at the monthly SPCA meetings. When Tully's hypocrisy was exposed in the Spotlight Newspaper, revealing how Tully's firm defends animal abusers and seeks business from those charged with animal cruelty, you and another volunteer were the subject of vicious, slanderous attacks by what was likely SPCA members - Strock seems like he was on to something in suspecting that the comment on his article was written by Tully himself. Looks like a pattern here. We know Tully has his sight on a run for office, he ran before, but was beat. There will be no "placing animals first" as long as Tully, as the board chair, has a dictatorship over the SPCA. By the way, how much in charitable donation tax breaks does Tully get for housing the SPCA within his law firm? I bet Tully Rinckey corporation pays next to nothing in taxes.

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