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Investigative reporter Lachlan Markay debunks the myths surrounding the "unsafe conditions" and "environmental hazards" of fracking on Fox News' Cavuto.
Investigative Reporter Lachlan Markay discusses the hottest issues and speeches coming out of the 2012 Democratic National Convention from the floor in Charlotte, NC while
On this week’s Scribecast, Rob Bluey and Lachlan Markay interview author Katie Pavlich about her book, “Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and the
On this week’s Scribecast, Rob Bluey and Lachlan Markay interview talk-radio host Neal Boortz about his life in the media and current events. Boortz discusses
On this week’s Scribecast, Rob Bluey and Lachlan Markay interview Invisible Children’s Adam Finck and Resolve’s Michael Poffenberger about the wildly popular “Kony 2012.” The
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