Ann McElhinney, of FrackNation fame, noted at CLC, “Why are all these people suing oil and gas companies? They think that’s where the money is.”
A case began last week in a notorious case in Dimock Township, Pa. when claims about fracking’s ill effects are being exposed.
“They have never taken their children to see a doctor,” she says of the family claiming fracking has harmed them. “But they have taken them to anti-fracking rallies all over the country.”
“They’ve built a one million dollar house on their property,” she said.
Work on the movie “Gosnell” is moving along.
“On July 12, 2008, a baby was born at the Gosnell clinic,” she said. He was thrown into a container, his legs curled up.
“We are going to make sure that baby boy’s life mattered,” she said.
This is a powerful talk that can’t be conveyed in a blog. We hope to post her talk at nccivitas.org soon.
Thanks to Republican Gov. Tom Ridge, Gosnell’s clinic wasn’t inspected for 17 years. Seventeen years. Beware of Republicans who aren’t conservative, he said.
Policeman Jim Wood, a narcotics detective, became obsessed with a woman’s death at the clinic, and brought it down. “Don’t tell me one person can’t make a difference.”