President Joe Biden introduced his ‘Build Back Better’ plan in January with pink slips to 11,000 workers connected to the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The New Yorker amplified calls for eco-terrorism last week by inviting Andreas Malm, the Swedish author of ‘How To Blow Up A Pipeline,’ onto its podcast.
American jobs? American profit? American infrastructure? No chance, not if it makes the Sierra Club sad. The White House is happy to help other countries though.
‘Violence is often deployed, even if counterproductively, on behalf of causes far less consequential than the climate crisis,’ writes Ezra Klein in The New York Times.
Republicans in Alaska are not happy with the Biden administration’s decision to suspend drilling on a large strip of land in the state.
White House sources revealed to Axios that President Joe Biden planned to waive sanctions on a Russian company building the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
A cyber ransomware attack crippled the nation’s largest pipeline on the East Coast which now threatens to raise gas prices.
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