#1. Illinois activists create “anti-fracking monster movie.”
#2. A university professor creates – and defends – a game in which players get to blow up pipelines.
#3. Activists protest at the wrong house in Colorado.
#4. Activists continue using children to further their anti-fracking agendas.
#5. ”Die-in” shows sensitivity training is obviously not part of activists’ agenda.
#6. New Yorkers protest a pipeline on the grounds of “clean air” — even though stopping the pipeline would mean the power plant would run on fuel oil.
#7. Out-of-state activists align with most fringe anti-fracking group in Ohio.
#8. Activists travel thousands of miles from California and Colorado to rally anti-fracking support in Ohio — but barely any Ohioans show up.