While the Greens have been effective at convincing certain local and provincial leaders to oppose pipelines, they have only had mixed results with indigenous peoples. The reason: Because many of these tribes are poor and in desperate need of economic development.
The Keystone XL pipeline has passed every environmental and economic test, yet has been thwarted time and again. Barack Obama became Keystone's obstructor in chief. CFACT's Paul Driessen explains at The Hill that Keystone just took a giant step forward.
Will the real Gwen Lachelt please step down? That’s no wisecrack, but a very serious question in Colorado because she’s using a position of political influence to strategically devastate the state’s petroleum industry – and saying otherwise.
The sheer malice and unconcern about the economic impact of the anti-oil sands campaign is breathtaking. Is Rockefeller Brothers Funds’ divestment from the energy source that keeps America running financially significant?
The Keystone XL pipeline has been criticized by environmentalists for carrying oil, but Steve Goreham, author of The Mad Mad Mad World of Climatism, says they are missing the point...
President Obama has a perfect opportunity to restore ethics and common sense to America’s energy and environmental policies. Our planet and children hope he makes the right choice and says Yes to Keystone.