The Canadian developer behind the Keystone XL Pipeline announced it would cancel the project after the Colonial shutdown highlighted pipe’s importance.
Republican Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen made the announcement on behalf of Florida and Alaska Thursday, as more states file suit against Biden.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki brushed off concerns that the administration’s opposition to new gas projects could cause shortages and price hikes.
Led by Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, 14 Republican attorneys general from across the country penned a joint letter revealing they are investigating lawsuits against Biden’s decision.
The Biden agenda slogan may be ‘Build Back Better,’ but the relevant question all Americans should be asking is: ‘Better for whom?’
From killing the Keystone XL pipeline to seeking to extend a flawed New START treaty, President Biden’s first two days in office were great for Moscow.
We don’t have to wreck our economy to save the planet.
Eco-worriers failed their midterms, but promise to ace the 2016 finals. Can they?
The ceaseless debate over the Keystone XL pipeline has nothing to do with affordable energy and everything to do with enriching the political class.
Desperate for anything positive-sounding to run on this fall, Democrats seized on education. But their education policies are ruining our country’s future.
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