February 28, 2013

Keystone: Win-Win or Lose-Lose for Obama?

E. Zuesse, Business Insider


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On Sunday, the leader of the Canadian Province that is home to “the Saudi Arabia of dirty oil,” Alberta’s tar sands, returned home to Alberta, after spending the weekend in Washington DC, meeting with more than twenty U.S. Senators, plus many state Governors, and with Administration officials.

She was lobbying for approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline to be built, to carry this oil onto the global market.


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