Last summer fact checkers caught President Obama attempting to belittle the importance of the Keystone XL pipeline, busting him for using false and deflated jobs numbers. But it appears he didn’t learn his lesson. Yet again, the president is being called out for skewing the facts to fit his narrative so he can avoid making a decision on the project.
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OPINION: Rep. David Mckinley in Charleston Daily Mail: Encourage natural gas markets here and abroadNovember 7, 2014 | ICYMI
With America’s success in tapping into its vast natural gas deposits trapped in shale formations, our nation is awash with an abundance of natural gas.