Plain Talk: Energy Transfer Partners Talks About DAPL’s Impacts, and Should the Christchurch Shooting Video Have Been Censored?

A #NoDAPL protester stands in front of a burning structure as officials work to evacuate the Oceti Sakowin protest camp on February 22, 2017.

On this episode of Plain Talk, Vicki Granado from Energy Transfer Partners (the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline) talks about that projects impacts on North Dakota’s economy, taxes, as well as its impact on national politics.

Also, in recent days there has been an effort by the tech industry and governments around the globe to suppress online postings of video of the Christchurch shooting. Should it worry us when the private sector and public sector are working together to keep something from us? Even if that thing is something awful?

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