Post Tagged with: "Keystone XL"

on January 29, 2013 at 12:33 AM / in National

Keystone XL: Environmental Catastrophe vs. Economic Prosperity?

By: Cecilia Moore Fossil fuels power our world. And while each day brings advancements in harnessing renewable sources of energy, ever expanding the market for these “green” sources, oil, coal and natural gas still reign supreme. Many feel as if oil will be around forever, and that when it actually does run out, renewable resources will be readily available. American […]

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on February 15, 2012 at 4:28 PM / in Campaign '12

Will Key Groups Rally Behind Obama This Election?

By: Alexander Sileo President Barack Obama rode into the White House on a large wave of support unlike anything ever seen before in American politics. His message of hope and change inspired many politically apathetic citizens to support his campaign during the general election against John McCain. His presidency, however, has not been as successful, and numerous drawn out conflicts […]

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on February 3, 2012 at 3:34 PM / in National

Politics of Oil Flow Right through Keystone XL

By: Jonathan Klein Few issues in contemporary American politics touch on public policy while also highlighting the fragile nature of both the Democratic and Republican parties. Energy policy, and the controversy over the Keystone XL oil pipeline in particular, has certainly emerged as one of those issues. Even as gas prices hover above $3.50 per gallon, the Obama administration’s decision […]

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