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Energy Transfer Partners, the company building the DAPL, has no intention of changing route

In response to yesterday’s statement from the Army, Energy Transfer Partners issued the following press release:

DALLAS & NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE: ETP) and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE: SXL) announced that the Administration’s statement today that it would not at this time issue an “easement” to Dakota Access Pipeline is a purely political action – which the Administration concedes when it states it has made a “policy decision” – Washington code for a political decision. This […]

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What does Jesus smell like?

These words and images are gathered with respect, playfulness, and reverence for life. Our hope is to open conversations among people of many persuasions who have more in common than we often realize.

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Live long and prosper

Leonard Nimoy has died and we shall miss him.

His best known character would say “Live long and prosper.”

We would say “Rest in peace and rise in glory.”

Here Nimoy discusses the origins of the Vulcan greeting:

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