Keystone CloneSecond Canadian Company Completing Tar-Sands Pipeline into the U.S.

State Department agrees to 800,000 barrels per day

By Lou Dubose

According to State Department documents, annual corporate reports, and interviews with company officials and attorneys, Enbridge Inc. and its U.S. subsidiary have circumvented the pipeline permitting process. The Keystone XL pipeline may now be moot—along with environmental campaigns against the import of tar-sands oil.

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‘Food Chains’ Opens

foodchainsDocumentary explores harsh conditions of Florida farm workers

The Public Concern Foundation, which publishes The Washington Spectator, is the fiscal sponsor of Food Chains, a documentary on farm workers that has just opened nationally.

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42Breaking Coal’s Death Grip

Activists tackle their woes from the bottom up

By Clara Bingham Read

-3The Party That Betrayed Lincoln

The GOP of Lincoln’s age was audacious and intellectually vigorous. Now it turns to gerrymandering and political disenfranchisement to cling to power

By Scott Horton Read

-1To Save Syria, Save Assad

Our efforts will most likely prolong the war, get more people killed and have no positive result

By Peter W. Galbraith Read

fergusonLetter from Paris

Ferguson is about the vivid yet deadly hallucinations that have led us into full-blown war with ourselves

By Patricia J. Williams Read

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