By Sabrina Fang TransCanada the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline says they will continue to push ahead on project even if President Obama rejects it. In an interview with The Bakken Magazine Mark Cooper, a spokesperson for TransCanada, said, “This is definitely a project that’s in the interest of the United States. We’re very hopeful […]
KXL will be built no matter what Obama decides
President Obama Vetoed Jobs and Energy Security
By Sabrina Fang Reject, turn down, throw out, dismiss – these are the words middle class Americans heard today when President Obama vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline. With one stroke of a pen, an opportunity was wasted to foster bipartisanship in Washington, 42,000 people were denied jobs and the promise of a secure energy future […]
Time for the President to Listen to The People
The #TimeToBuild crowd is getting louder and louder. The House has now joined the Senate, saying in one clear congressional voice, that the Keystone XL pipeline should finally be built. Democrats, Republicans and the majority of American people see benefits that would come with building this critical energy infrastructure project. The question is, when will […]
Congress can get work done, Mr. President reconsider your KXL veto
By Sabrina Fang Democrats and Republicans have started 2015 on the right foot, proving they can come together to pass meaningful legislation and they have. Both chambers have passed a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. But the big question is will the president embrace this bipartisan accomplishment and work with Congress or will he […]
It’s Time Mr. President. It’s Time to Build the Keystone Pipeline.
By Cindy Schild In blocking the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama is blocking the very same jobs and economic opportunity he now lobbies for on behalf of the American middle class. In saying no to the Keystone XL, the president is saying no to working Americans, many of whom helped him win those two elections […]
Remember this picture?
By Sabrina Fang A picture is really worth a thousand words. Look at this photo of the president, taken on March 22, 2012. He’s standing in front of a pile of pipes in Oklahoma that later would be used to build the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline. And this is what he said […]