Click to play the complete video On the heels of President Obama’s speech in Ohio and his weekly address, where he touted the United States making great strides towards energy security, OSFC is releasing the second video of its two part series, which features Democrats and Republicans coming together to tell President Obama how important […]
NEW OSFC VIDEO: Labor/Business Groups From Across the Country Rally In Support of Keystone XL – Will Obama Listen?
“We desperately need those jobs, and if I was to deliver a message to him, it would be this: Mr. President, put yourself in those shoes, of those 42,000 people.” Click to play the complete video As the State Department prepares to issue its final Environmental Impact Statement on Keystone XL, labor and union groups […]
“The fact that McKibben and his organization have made the proposed pipeline the bête noire of the entire environmental movement—and the litmus test by which they vow to judge President Obama’s integrity on the environment—seems arbitrary.” – BusinessWeek Click above to view the complete infographic. Ever since President Obama said that approval of Keystone XL […]
1) KXL is not a crude export pipeline 2) The vast majority of crude oil refined in the U.S. has remained in the U.S. (products not used or in limited demand in the U.S. have been exported) 3) President Obama’s National Export Initiative calls for doubling exports by the end of next year; any petroleum […]
OSFC New Pamphlet: “Why Americans Say Yes to Keystone XL” Click here to view and download the: “Why Americans Say Yes to Keystone XL” pamphlet. Today, Oil Sands Fact Check is releasing a fourteen page pamphlet, “Why Americans Say Yes to Keystone XL,” detailing the numerous reasons the American people overwhelmingly want Keystone XL to […]
Watch: State Department on President Obama’s Keystone XL Jobs Claims: “Sounds like there’s some confusion on this issue”
Imagine you are the spokesperson at the State Department live on TV having to answer questions from a number of reporters trying to find out how President Obama came up with the Keystone XL job numbers he cited in his New York Times interview this weekend. They certainly didn’t come from the State Department Draft […]