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Biden Administration Considering Shutting Another Pipeline

As gas prices surge and winter looms, the Biden administration are considering shutting the Michigan pipeline.  The Line 5 pipe is part of a network that pumps 540,000 barrels per day. The petroleum is taken to Escanaba, Michigan.

“They’re planning to power an industrial nation like the United States on solar panels and wind turbines,” Jason Hayes, the director of environmental policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy said, while noting that even the solar panels and wind turbines require “oil, natural gas, nuclear and even coal” to be produced.

“I hope it doesn’t end like this, but where I see it going is unfortunately the same thing that happened in February in Texas: People freezing in their homes,” he said, adding, “Most of the time when it’s extremely cold or there’s a real bad polar vortex situation, typically it’s pretty cloudy and there’s not a lot of wind.”

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Sarah Palin On The Keystone Pipeline.


In February Prophet TV reported on how President Obama had halted the construction of the Keystone Oil pipeline.

The Pipeline is meant to transport oil from Alaska and Canada down to Texas, and has been fiercely opposed by environmentalists.

Sarah Palin has commented in an interview with Stossel, that such a project would create jobs and would have a long lasting benefit to the economy.

This halting of the pipeline has also harmed American relations with Canada.

Why is the left so opposed to this particular pipeline? As America is already criss-crossed by hundreds of pipelines.

Although we understand in the long term our economy needs to move away from oil, why is so much of the media coverage about oil, at best, biased; and sometimes even dishonest?

Progress on the Canadian Keystone XL Pipeline Halted

Canada is the largest supplier of energy to America. As such it was hoped that a new pipeline would be built to export crude oil from Canada to Texas.

President Obama initially rejected plans for the proposed pipeline which caused great concern with the Canadian government, and they began looking at the possibility of exporting the oil to the Asian markets instead. However proposals are now being reconsidered in Washington DC. The pipeline would be the largest infrastructure project in North America and would create many jobs in Canada and the USA, much needed in the current economic climate.