By: Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist
3 Reasons Why Vetoing Keystone XL Spells Environmental and Economic Disaster
ďIf Obama vetoes the Keystone XL pipeline, heís putting the American population at greater risk than ever before,Ē says Marin Katusa, best-selling author of The Colder War and chief investment strategist of the Casey Research energy team.
For years, the debate has been raging: should the US government allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be built?
Watch this short documentary to see why not building the pipeline could endanger the environment and the lives (and livelihood) of the American peopleÖ
In his New York Times best-seller The Colder War, Marin explains why the economic battle about oil, gas, and other energy resources may well be the defining event of the 21st century. Will Russia emerge the winner, and what will that mean for the US and the rest of the world?
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The article Is Obama Losing the Energy War Before Itís Even Started? was originally published at caseyresearch.com.
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