January/26/2014 5:41AM
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I read no less than 10 articles on this accident. This is the only one that even mentions the Keystone Pipeline. Is a potential pipeline leak, which is rare, a greater environmental risk than two tank cars of crude oil hanging over the Schuylkill River? Most articles have some politicians calling for more regulations on Read the full article…

January/03/2014 5:07AM
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This country is moving to energy independence despite this president. He continues to block the final approval of the Keystone pipeline despite all the environmantal studies. I have written in previous blogs that it’s just a matter of time before we have a terrible accident with railcars carrying crude oil from the fields in North Read the full article…

April/01/2013 14:26PM
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Small groups are like beavers that dam up the streams of progress in our country. They need no facts to stop progress of any kind. Blocking domestic energy sources and killing jobs. Here’s another excellent example to go along with the Keystone Pipeline and the near stoppage of activity on public lands. They are going after fracking, Read the full article…