Public speaker Hillary Clinton, who rose to prominence this year after writing an entire book about “Hard Choices” (2.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon), has yet to make a choice about where she stands on the controversial issue of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Clinton has been dodging the issue for months, usually by insisting she can’t take a position because she worked on the issue as secretary of state. But her refusal to take a firm position has become increasingly ridiculous.
Global oil prices continued to plunge on Monday, aiding U.S. consumers at the pump while delivering a blow to oil-rich foreign adversaries.
Hillary Clinton will be headlining a fundraiser for Sen. Mary Landrieu (D., La.), who recently pushed for Democrats to pass legislation allowing the Keystone XL pipeline, just hours before she headlines a fundraiser for the League of Conservation Voters, which is using all its resources to fight the pipeline.
Bill de Blasio, the New York mayor, says he knows why Democrats lost the 2014 election. Income inequality defines our times, he said during a visit to Washington this week, and his party did not talk about the issue enough. De Blasio needs a hearing aid. Democrats speak of little else.
Tom Steyer’s multi-million-dollar investment in Senate Democrats paid off Tuesday evening with the defeat of a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (La.) failed to convince enough members of her party to support the Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday evening, a vote considered a desperate attempt to save her Senate seat.
Legislation to immediately approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline passed in the House of Representatives on Friday.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (La.) reversed course on Thursday, saying she does want to take credit for securing a Senate vote on the Keystone XL pipeline.