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The case for the Keystone XL pipeline is straight forward. Jobs will be created. Families will benefit. Local businesses and professions will grow. Governments will increase their tax receipts. The US economy will be fueled, to a larger extent, by oil from a nearby friendly country, thereby improving national security
Every American who fills up his auto’s gas tank, air conditions or heats their home or apartment, and whose livelihood is directly affected by the cost and availability of energy is being held hostage by the Obama administration.
Last week, Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and other lawmakers introduced legislation in the House of Representatives calling for major changes in the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The RFS is the reason[...]
Heartland’s Jay Lehr predicts Obama will ultimately reject the Keystone XL pipeline. But that will not slow development of Canada’s tar sands, a supposed goal of the environmental activists.
Environmentalists mistakenly think that blocking the Keystone pipeline will prevent crude oil, derived from Canada’s oil sands, from being extracted and from being conveyed into the US to be refined[...]
Culturally and politically, the United States and Great Britain have much in common; a shared heritage, similar economic and foreign policy goals, and a recently, a mutual proclivity toward socialized[...]
In the most recent GOP debate, Gov. Rick Perry and Rep. Michelle Bachmann tussled over the particulars of Perry requiring Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccinations. Though he now admits it a[...]
As the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) debates whether to recommend the FDA-approved infant meningitis vaccine, Canada is enduring a similar struggle. Cost-effective analysis by government bureaucrats is keeping[...]