November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11

Editor's Notebook

The Keystone XL Imperative

I never thought the Keystone XL Pipeline project would be the climactic event in the environment vs. energy debate. Now as we approach the final decision, which rests in President Obama’s hands, I’ll bet that he never expected a proposed pipeline would be one of the defining moments of his administration. Without rehashing the millions of words written about Keystone XL, let’s look at this from a logical perspective. For three years, governmental agencies on both sides of the border have exhaustively studied every detail about this multibillion-dollar project that will not cost taxpayers a cent but will provide thousands of temporary and permanent jobs as wel

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