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Washington Post Gives President’s Statements on KXL Four Pinocchios

Washington Post Gives President’s Statements on KXL Four Pinocchios

President Obama’s recent statements about the Keystone XL pipeline have earned him a label many politicians (and their staff) dread: Washington Post’s “four Pinocchios.” The Washington Post’s Fact Checker blog recently gave the president’s remarks during a radio interview “four Pinocchios,” the most egregious classification possible for statements by political figures and government officials, for his misinformed claims that the Keystone XL…

Buffett: I’d Vote ‘Yes’ on Keystone XL

Buffett: I’d Vote ‘Yes’ on Keystone XL

Billionaire investor Warren Buffet said yesterday that he would approve the Keystone XL pipeline if the decision was up to him. Speaking with CNBC, Buffett said he thinks the failure to permit and build the pipeline is doing damage to our relationship with Canada, the nation’s largest trading partner. “That is a valuable resource of…

Harvard Students Support the KXL

Harvard Students Support the KXL

The editorial board at The Harvard Crimson recently published an overview of the facts about the Keystone XL pipeline that make it a commonsense step toward making America more energy independent. Here are the reasons that the Crimson staff believe that the KXL “should not be a political issue.” Canadian oil sands will continue to be developed whether or…

Keystone XL Veto a Disappointment for American Energy Consumers

Keystone XL Veto a Disappointment for American Energy Consumers

Washington, DC – Today, President Obama will follow through on a promise to veto legislation to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, claiming that Congress is trying to usurp his executive authority and disrupt a review process that he believes is working. Upon news of the eminent veto, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), an advocate for…

Whatley: Keystone XL makes dollars and sense

Writing for the Detroit News, CEA’s Michael Whatley says that when taking into consideration its safety provisions, approving Keystone XL makes both environmental and common sense. The numbers don’t lie. Constructing the Keystone XL pipeline will be a win-win for American consumers, both economically and environmentally. Now, it’s up to our policymakers to get this right…

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