In what has to be one of the most ignorant economic arguments to date, President Barack Obama told Americans that Canada would benefit most from the U.S. building the Keystone XL pipeline, which spans several U.S. states. Fox News reported the following: “Obama, who was speaking at a year-end news conference, said the controversial pipeline was not […]
The Obama administration’s new point person on White House-Senate relations previously worked as a lobbyist to promote the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics. Marty Paone, formerly a lobbyist with Prime Policy Group, was hired...
During the President’s December 20th press conference he stated his position not to support the Keystone pipeline now includes the lack of economic benefits, claiming the benefits of the project will be minimal compared to risks and costs. Is this new claim in opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline reasonable? read more
In his time as White House Press Secretary, Jay Carney would often get questions about whether President Barack Obama would approve the Keystone XL pipeline project. Mr. Carney would invariably answer that the State Department, not the president, was running the Keystone review project. Project watchers believe that Mr. Obama’s views on the matter are expected [...]
President Obama likes to say that he is awaiting an official review on the Keystone XL oil pipeline project before he decides on its fate.
Keystone pipeline: In the Dec. 16 Section A, an article about the Keystone XL pipeline misspelled the name of the firm where oil analyst Matt Badiali works. It's Stansberry Research, not Stransberry Research.
WASHINGTON — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell declared Tuesday that approving the Keystone XL pipeline will top the Senate agenda in January, potentially setting up an early veto confrontation with President Barack Obama. Congressional Republicans have been pushing for approval of the pipeline for years. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell says approving the Keystone XL pipeline will top the Senate agenda in January. The issue could set up an early 2015 veto confrontation with President Barack Obama. Congressional Republicans have been pushing for approval of the pipeline for years. Show More Summary
Senate Republicans will waste no time next year trying to put President Barack Obama in a bind over the Keystone XL pipeline.
Votes to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline will be the first of the new GOP-controlled Senate, the incoming majority leader promised Tuesday, as Republicans sought to move past internal divisions and confront President Obama.
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Shutterstock Supporters of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline may have to face the reality that the project cannot generate the revenue it needs to be profitable. Extracting oil from tar sands was always going to be extremely costly,...Show More Summary
Amid the shouting on Capitol Hill, the wads of campaign cash and the activist careers shaped around the Keystone XL pipeline, the project at the flashpoint of America's energy debate now confronts a problem bigger than politics.
Did the earth move for you too, Blue Jersey? Norcross, NJ's newest congressman (drumroll, please) not following Democratic Party line From the Keystone XL pipeline to the CRomnibus - George Donald Norcross wastes no time distancing himself from Democrats. Show More Summary
Thursday at the annual U.N. Climate Change Conference, former Vice President Al Gore told "Democracy Now" anchor Amy Goodman that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline is comparable to a desperate junkie using toe veins after blowing out their arm and leg veins. Show More Summary
?For years, environmentalists have wailed about the Keystone XL pipeline—so much so that its potential destruction of fragile ecosystems and the global climate felt almost inevitable. But there are signs that the Keystone XL pipeline itself is as good as dead, no matter what Congress or President Obama decides. Show More Summary
Here's a lesson in how to have zero impact as an advocate for the environment. When a journalist asks you why Hillary Clinton hasn't yet taken a stand on one of your top issues—the Keystone XL pipeline—don't answer with this: "We were thrilled to have Sec. Show More Summary
The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Super Typhoon Hagupit blows 2014 into the record books; Doesn't look good for Keystone XL pipeline, if Obama on The Colbert Report is to be believed; PLUS: Rich vs. Show More Summary
If you've checked Facebook in the past week or so you probably know that the Keystone XL Pipeline bill failed in the Senate, despite aggressive attempts by Mary Landrieu (D-LA) to ensure its passing. But what does this mean for the United States? Does it