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Saturday, February 1, 2014
Keystone XL pipeline: Time to end it.
There is a lot missing from this commentary about the Keystone XL pipeline. It is not something that can be decided by an individual or either of the two political parties. There's obviously no mention of the capitalist mode of production driving it. No talk of the working class or anything like that. But it's still a decent report from the mass media. It also shows that a section of the capitalist class is somewhat concerned.