President Barack Obama plans to decide before leaving office whether to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that would send Canadian crude oil to US refineries. Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, said Wednesday that the issue will be resolved before January 2017. “That approval...
Hillary Clinton is known for being politically cautious to a fault. But no one expected the non-answer that she gave at a town-hall meeting in New Hampshire this week when she was asked her stance on building the Keystone XL pipeline. “If it’s undecided when I become president, I will answer your question,” Clinton said. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Of course Hillary Clinton hedges over everything—did you see her dodge when asked about the Keystone XL pipeline? Even the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza called it “ridiculous.” I wonder what Cillizza makes of herShow More Summary
Hillary Clinton gave her worst answer yet on the Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday, saying she wouldn't comment because the decision was up to President Obama and she didn't want to "second-guess" him. Then she added this: “If it’s undecided...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is taking “heat” from both conservatives and liberals for her stonewalling when asked what her position is on the Keystone XL pipeline, according to CNN’s Jeff Zeleny. Clinton’s latest non-committal response came on Tuesday when she was asked by a Republican voter to give a straight “yes” or “no” answer […]
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday declined to say whether she supported the Keystone XL pipeline expansion, telling a New Hampshire voter that if the matter is still undecided by the time she becomes president, she will give him an answer then. Show More Summary
It’s that time again! Where does Mrs. Clinton stand on the issue of the Keystone XL pipeline? That’s what one voter wanted to know at a town hall...
I really don't understand why Clinton won't answer, because her refusal to answer is going to piss off twice as many people as answering would: Hillary Clinton took a strong stance on clean energy Monday, telling a crowd in Des Moines, Iowa, that her efforts to tackle climate change would parallel President John F. Show More Summary
Attachment Size TransCanadaKeystone Root Cause Report_ Feb 15 ver1docx _2_.pdf 2.33 MB Just because TransCanada continually states that the Keystone XL pipeline will be the safest pipeline ever built, doesn’t mean it is true. The company’s...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton repeatedly refused to take a stance on the Keystone XL pipeline proposal on Tuesday, saying that people may have to wait until she is president to see where she comes down on the issue.
I'm surprised she doesn't reflexively answer, "yes, I'll take two" to a question about Keystone XL...... but apparently the former Secretary of State has no position on a major issue that her State Department strung along for years....
CNN screenshot Hillary Clinton is in a bit of a tough spot when it comes to stating her position on the planned Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. As secretary of state, she had a hand in revving up the controversial...Show More Summary
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton dodged questions Tuesday about her positions on trade and the Keystone XL pipeline, telling a New Hampshire voter that if the future of the project opposed by environmentalists remains "undecided...Show More Summary
The US State Department approved the Keystone XL pipeline years ago — when Hillary Clinton herself was Secretary of State. But Obama keeps blocking it so environmentalists will donating to the Democrats. Today Clinton was asked about Keystone XL at a town hall. Would she approve it if elected? Pretty simple, yet Clinton refused to give a straight answer.
Senator from North Dakota says Obama will make Keystone XL announcement during the August congressional break The post U.S. lawmaker: Obama set to reject Keystone XL pipeline project appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The day after Hillary Rodham Clinton put forth a detailed plan for confronting climate change, she would not answer a question of whether or not she would support the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
The Keystone pipeline project is of tremendous importance to North Dakota’s oil fields, especially amidst a rout in oil prices. The ability to on-ramp 100,000 barrels per day of Bakken crude onto the Keystone XL line would help reduce overhead for oil companies operating in the state. The project is so important that, while campaigning...
For the second time this week, voters asked Hillary Clinton to weigh in on the Keystone XL pipeline. And for the second time this week, she dodged the question. “I want to see wait and see what [President Barack Obama] and Secretary [John] Kerry decide," she RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton again declined to take a position on the construction of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday, as the issue continues to dog her campaign. Clinton was asked at a town hall in Nashua, New Hampshire, if she would sign a bill in favor of the pipeline were she to be elected president. Show More Summary
The controversial Keystone XL pipeline should not be the sole litmus test by which environmental advocates judge presidential candidates, Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday.