Keystone Pipeline Would Be too Little, too Late for Ukraine CrisisBy
Amid the chaos in Ukraine and the debate over how to respond, if you listen closely you can hear the din of another, seemingly unrelated debate: the one over the Keystone XL pipeline. Such conservatives as Sarah Palin are increasingly using Russia’s incursion into Crimea as a way to bludgeon President Obama for his failure to approve the pipeline that, if built, would bring 830,000 barrels a day of heavy crude from Western Canada into the U.S.
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