Regardless of Keystone XL, Tar Sands Oil Will Still Flow to the Gulf

Chicago Chapter of RAN Sends Canadian Consulate A Clear Message About Tar Sands

Image by Rainforest Action Network via Flickr

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TheRealNews on Nov 5, 2015

DeSmogBlog’s Steve Horn says the pipeline company Enbridge is still planning a $5 billion terminal expansion. Note: After the publication of this story, the State Department announced it rejected Transcanada’s request to suspend it’s review of the Keystone XL pipeline.


from the archives:

Global Power Project, Part 10: TransCanada Corporation – Kings of the Keystone Pipeline

Texas Supreme Court Poised to Save Planet by William Boardman

TransCanada Seizes Land In Texas By Eminent Domain by Walter Brasch

Perils of the Keystone XL Pipeline Confront Obama by Ralph Nader

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    • Thanks, Virginia. I received many emails today asking me to “thank” Pres. Obama and then I remembered seeing this video report yesterday on the Real News. Thought that this info is not being heard, so posted it.

    • V. I. Lenin – on Banks

      What would V.I. do now that banks, not to mention corporations, are internationally interconnected?
      Sure hope Bernie, at least, has a plan!

      The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat It
      Nationalisation of the Banks

      “The banks, as we know, are centres of modern economic life, the principal nerve centres of the whole capitalist economic system. To talk about “regulating economic life” and yet evade the question of the nationalisation of the banks means either betraying the most profound ignorance or deceiving the “common people” by florid words and grandiloquent promises with the deliberate intention of not fulfilling these promises.”


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