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FrackNation Documentary Airs on January 22

FrackNation—the new feature-length documentary that sets the record straight on the process of hydraulic fracturing for oil and natural gas—will debut on television tomorrow, Tuesday, January 22, on AXS TV. (See my recent post about the film here.)

FrackNation presents real-life fracking success stories and shows that the process is not to be feared or condemned, but defended and embraced. The film is expertly produced, profoundly important, and deserves as wide an audience as possible.

As of this writing, FrackNation is scheduled to air on AXS on the following dates and times (times listed are Eastern Time): Tuesday, January 22, 9:00 p.m.; Saturday, January 26, 12:00 p.m.; Saturday, February 2, 10:00 a.m.

For complete information and updates, visit and type “FrackNation” in the Schedule Search box.

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Earl Parson

Earl Parson is a Los Angeles-based architect. He received his BA in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis (1991) and his Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (1996) where he was awarded the Best Graduate Thesis prize. His architectural practice, focusing primarily on single-family residences, has seen the completion of successful projects not only in the L.A. area, but also in the Midwest and the South. He teaches drawing in the Architecture Department of Pasadena City College and is currently engaged in research on the theoretical and philosophical origins of modern architecture. His portfolio website can be found at, and he maintains a blog on architecture, design, and cultural topics at

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