Daniel Kish

Institute for Energy Research

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Senior Vice President of the industry-backed Institute for Energy Research

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After more than five years of passionate debate.

The Keystone XL Pipeline Divides the Democrats

After more than five years of passionate debate.

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While actress Daryl Hannah and Sierra Club officials  were committing civil disobedience  outside the White House last month, the  AFL/CIO  was holding a conference call with the …

The Keystone Pipeline Has the President Caught in the Middle

While actress Daryl Hannah and Sierra Club officials were committing civil disobedience outside the White House last month, the AFL/CIO was holding a conference call with the …

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