January 25, 2012

How Green Became Obama's Albatross

Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal

Barack Obama may believe a lot of things, but he probably doesn't believe the Sierra Club is key to his re-election. His decision to nix the Keystone XL pipeline will cost him votes but he did it anyway.

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