And now? We wait.
The State Department comment period for the Keystone XL pipeline closed this week. The question remains: Will President Obama agree with us that the pipeline is in the national interest? Will he finally approve the Keystone XL pipeline? The Keystone XL pipeline is not a political issue. It is not – in spite of the multi-billion dollar investment and thousands of jobs it represents – | Read More »
Why I support the Keystone XL pipeline.
At a time when the future generations of this country are saddled with almost $17 trillion in debt to repay and actual unemployment flirts between 14% and 15%, we need to embrace an “all the above energy policy” that not only fortifies our national security, but also the munificent resources that grace the soils and sands of the Western Hemisphere. Enter Canada… We should no longer | Read More »
It’s Time to Face Reality on the Keystone Pipeline
Four and a half years. Approval by 10 federal agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency. Study upon study demonstrating the economic and energy independence benefits to our nation. Bi-partisan support. And yet, despite the campaign promises of the President, a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline continues to sit, and the only thing seemingly preventing a commitment is a desire to placate environmentalists who care | Read More »
Economy up, unemployment down. Let’s approve the Keystone pipeline.
What would you think if I told you that the United States had an opportunity to create thousands of jobs? What would you think if I told you that we had the opportunity to help stabilize the supply of oil to the United States? What would you think if I told you we could do this while not only strengthening our economy, but the economy | Read More »