Repeal Sect. 526

If the US can't act friendly with its neighbor to the north, it at least should refrain from outright hostility. Current US policy makes appeasement of extreme environmentalists more important than relations with Canada. A chill is inevitable with the Conservative Party leading the Canadian government and liberal Democrats controlling the US Senate and White House. Through energy policy, however, Washington, DC, acts determined to make things altogether icy. The most visible rebuke is persistent refusal by the Obama administration to approve border transit of the Keystone XL pipeline. The administration hasn't rejected the project, which would connect the oil sands of Alberta with natural...

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