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As one of the world's most profitable companies, ExxonMobil has the power to move the world toward a more sustainable energy future. Instead, ExxonMobil has acted consistently to move our country backward on energy policy by opposing efforts to stop global warming, lobbying to drill in America s most pristine wilderness areas, and failing to promote renewable energy and fuel efficiency.
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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

The American Prospect Exxon Cartoon

San Francisco Chronicle on "An Evening With Michael Crichton"

"The politics of climate change Should we trust a novelist on global warming?"

Tonight at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco, members of the Platinum Circle of the Independent Institute will have the privilege, at $10,000 per table, to hear a fiction writer talk about one of the pressing issues of our time: global warming. "State of Fear," the latest techno thriller by Michael Crichton, author of the science-fiction fantasy "Jurassic Park," inspired the theme of this evening's talk, "States of Fear: Science or Politics?"

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Friday, November 11, 2005

Liberals Campaign Against ExxonMobil

By Susan Jones
CNSNews.com Senior Editor
November 11, 2005

(CNSNews.com) - Liberal interest groups are launching a boycott of ExxonMobil, hoping to force the company to "start investing its profits in real solutions to our energy crisis."

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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Oil Execs Defend Record Profits

U.S. PIRGs Gene Karpinski wants a word with Lee Raymond.

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ExxonMobil's political action committee (PAC) and ExxonMobil employees gave $8.3 million in campaign contributions to federal candidates and political parties between 1990 and 2004, including $250,000 to the president's 2004 inaugural fund.Between 1998 and 2004, ExxonMobil gave more than $15 million to organizations working to undermine domestic and international efforts to cut global warming pollution.

What ExxonMobil doesn't want you to know -- find out how we can stop global warming and reduce America's dependence on oil.

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Write a letter to ExxonMobil CEO!

On October 26, 2005, ExxonMobil announced a record-breaking $9.9 billion profit for last quarter. As if that weren. t enough, Congress recently gave the oil and gas industry, including ExxonMobil, $10.7 billion in tax breaks for 2005 - 2009. It just does NOT make sense for taxpayers to subsidize an incredibly profitable multi-billion dollar industry while Congress slashes programs for the most needy.

Fill out this form to tell ExxonMobil CEO Lee Raymond say NO to these tax breaks and subsidies!

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