May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Crude Exports More Important Than Keystone

I was driving to work this morning on Kamikaze Highway, officially known as I-10, and switched on the 9 a.m. news when a story so outlandish grabbed my attention, nearly forcing me into another lane of traffic, in which case I could not have written this column. The story, reported by Fox News, cited an increase in President Obama’s popularity that it attributed to lower gasoline prices. Say what? He being responsible for lower gas prices is like saying the API is non-political. It’s just not so, am I right, Jack Gerard? Shaking my head, I walked into my office and turned on a news website for my second shock of the day: a picture of Bruce Jenner, one of the greatest athletes o

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