“Another Delay!” “Another Victory!” That’s how environmental activists describe efforts in Saltillo, Texas aimed at scuttling production of the Keystone Pipeline XL in the Southwestern U.S. Since this portion of the pipeline does not extend across an international border, President Obama cannot step in to delay construction. TransCanada, the pipeline company based in Alberta, has settled upon a gradual, incremental approach to construction in lieu of U.S. approval for extending the line out of Canada.Read more ›
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Political musings for the week ending Apr. 28, on topics including: Marxism, conservatism, budget, Obama, economy, energy, Keystone XL, ObamaCare, feminism, election, polls, Occupy Wall Street, media bias, Tea Party, TARP, unions and more.Read more ›
In Jan., President Obama made a big show of vehemently denying requests to build a Keystone XL pipeline, which would have created thousands of jobs and helped restore to the sluggish economy. The funny thing is, Obama only controls three inches of the Keystone pipeline — the three inches that cross the US/Canada border. Now that TransCanada has decided to go ahead with the rest of the pipeline despite Obama’s opposition, he is rushing to take credit for adding to the flow of oil.Read more ›
Even if the Obama Administration reverses course on the Keystone XL pipeline prior to the November elections, there are any number of green pressure groups in circulation that could complicate production efforts. President Obama recently denied the pipeline’s application to cross between the Canadian-U.S. border. Between the Obama Administration, and its green allies, the prospects for industry look bleak.Read more ›
There is one good thing about people who insult our intelligence; they’re probably misunderestimating the true level of our understanding. We may not be demonstrating in the streets. We may not be organizing boycotts. We may not be united behind one candidate. However, we are awake. We are educating ourselves. We are determined that this great experiment in human freedom shall not perish from the face of the earth. Vote for the Constitution. Vote for personal liberty. Vote for economic freedom. If we all do what we can do we will accomplish what must be done.Read more ›
President Obama has made his decision in regards to the Keystone XL pipeline. He said no. No to extending America’s efforts for energy independence and no to creating jobs, all while pointing the finger at Republicans saying his decision is their fault. Meanwhile, those without a job since President Obama took office can sit tight knowing he isn’t working for them. Or for America.Read more ›
Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) and South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard both released statements of disappointment today in response to President Barack Obama’s decision not to go forward with the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada.Read more ›