A Veto of the Keystone Legislation is Far Riskier Than the Pipeline Itself

Marin Katusa |

The controversy over the Keystone XL pipeline is proof positive that American politics have gone from debate to pure partisan propaganda – at the expense of business and even common sense. With over half a million miles of pipeline already, failing to replace that aging infrastructure only means more oil flowing via crumbling pipelines – some 50 years old – and dangerous rail cars, like the one that killed dozens in Quebec in 2013. 

NY Times Best-selling author of The Colder War, Marin Katusa, explains why President Obama’s veto of the Keystone legislation is far riskier than the pipeline itself in this riveting, short video:

For a better understanding of just how much political spin, and outright lies, now come along with news on global energy, read USA Today and Amazon.com best-seller: The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America's Grasp. Get a free sample chapter at www.colderwar.com.

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