Hillary Clinton has been deliberately cautious in her public evaluations of the pros and cons of the Keystone XL pipeline, …
Whoomp, there it is.
All of the conundrums.
56 senators and counting…
What might solve that problem?
Thanks for nothing.
“The only question now is the timing of the announcement.”
Earlier this year, a judge in Nebraska basically called a technical foul on the law laying out the administrative process …
“It’s clear the administration needs to grow a set of antlers, or perhaps take a lesson from Popeye and eat some spinach.”
“What’s true, is, the decision over the Keystone pipeline is complex, and it’s one that has to be examined very carefully.”
And the beat goes on.
You know who.
As I’ve said before, I’m starting to lean toward the theory that the Obama administration really will make a Keystone …
Not. Gonna.’ Happen.
You don’t say.
“I turn this night, on this program. I was wrong.”
It never ends.
Hey, you know what could really help us ship all that oil safely?
Sorry I’m not sorry.
No kidding. Canada doesn’t exactly tend to rile easily, but there are only so many years of flagrant abuse and …
Big Labor’s support for the Keystone XL pipeline has been on the books for a long time — theirs is …
Here’s yet another testament to the fact that, in the context of actually cutting carbon emissions, continuing to block the …
“We’re not getting out of the oil business in America. It runs our economy.”
…I didn’t ask you that.
Tilting at pipelines.
Funny you should mention that…
I don’t know if the environmentalist contingent was honestly hoping for some sort of staunch renunciation of the Keystone XL …
The Obama administration’s interminable, entirely manufactured, hyper-politicized stalling — oh, excuse me, I’m sure I meant the extremely technical deliberative …
Testing the waters.
“primarily because the penalty for not having insurance would be eliminated.”
“If I were a Seattle lawmaker, I would be thinking hard about the $15 an hour phase-in.”