January 23, 2012

“The Empire State Divide” – Parts 1-3

Posted in: General News — by m2admin at 7:10 pm

Part 1 – Ruins of the Hudson River Part Two – A House Divided Part 3 – A Tale of Two States

January 19, 2012


Posted in: General News — by Karen Moreau at 9:24 am

by Karen Bulich Moreau SOON TO BE RELEASED… A FILM BY THE FOUNDATION FOR LAND AND LIBERTY… This is a short, 22 minute film about the decline of rural New York, and examines the forces which have led to vast parts of the state becoming a virtual economic wasteland. Part I starts out on my family farm […]

September 28, 2011

“Live at the State Capitol” Radio Show

Posted in: General News — by m2admin at 10:03 am

Friends of The Foundation for Land and Liberty: I will be appearing this morning on the radio show “Live at the State Capitol” with the New York Post State Editor, Fred Dicker at 10:30 on AM 1300. You also can hear the show on-line at www.talk1300.com. I will be discussing energy production through the “fracking” […]

Over to you, Andrew

Posted in: Editorials — by m2admin at 9:54 am

Even before state officials last July urged Albany to allow fracking in New York, the case for it was compelling. But the columns on the opposite page, and one in yesterday’s Post, show how it can help real people — beyond just the numbers. And they make clear why Gov. Cuomo needs to move fast to ensure […]

September 27, 2011

A tale of two states: PA booms while NY suffers

Posted in: Published — by Karen Moreau at 3:54 pm

‘If it wasn’t for the gas business, none of these people would be working right now,” David Dalrymple said, pointing to one of his crews building a road in Athens Township, Pa. By “gas business,” he meant drilling made possible by “fracking” — a process for extracting natural gas that’s legal in Pennsylvania but not […]

How fracking works: Fears are based on ignorance

Posted in: Published — by m2admin at 10:47 am

THE NORTHERN TIER, PA. The people trying to keep “fracking” illegal in New York rely on our ignorance about the safety and environmental impact of this drilling technology. So I went over the border to Pennsylvania for a hands-on education on the subject. A gas-drilling site in the Endless Mountains is nothing like the plains […]

April 30, 2011

Karen Moreau on Fox Business “America’s Nightly Scoreboard”

Posted in: General News — by Karen Moreau at 6:35 pm

Coming soon.   http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/4666749/is-fracking-the-way-to-save-new-yorks-economy

April 25, 2011

Jobs New York Needs

Posted in: Published — by Karen Moreau at 10:00 pm

Just a three-hour drive from New York City, the economic devastation is some thing out of “Grapes of Wrath.” Across the Southern Tier, the gray scenes of the Great Depression come to life in the rusted and idled farm equipment and dilapidated barns that dot the countryside. In the faces of the hardscrabble people who have […]

December 7, 2010

Adirondack Blues – State Stifles Region’s Economy

Posted in: Published — by Karen Moreau at 10:00 am

To deliver on his promises to bring economic growth and jobs to upstate New York, Gov.-elect Andrew Cuomo will have to rein in rogue state bureaucracies — which means confronting the powerful environmental lobby that controls them. In particular, he needs to end the de facto ban on development in the Adirondack Park — which covers a […]