January 30, 2014

Who Kneecapped Keystone?

Margaret Wente, Globe and Mail

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The battle over the Keystone XL pipeline never ends. It has turned into the longest skirmish since the Hundred Years War. The latest salvo comes from green billionaire (and Obama donor) Tom Steyer, who’s behind a new TV ad warning Americans that the pipeline is a Chinese plot for world domination.

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