V4E Volunteer, Maj. Gen. Bill Hodgkins: "While most out-of-work people simply want the opportunity for a job, Washington seems to have turned a deaf ear to those pleas."
By Florida Vets4Energy Chairmen, Gen. Bill Hodgkins (ret.) "What may be lost in the story is how approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline project would be a major boost to the U.S. economy, not only because of increased supply of oil, but also because of the tens of thousands of new jobs it will create."
President Obama's State of the Union address was nearly 7,000 words long. He talked a lot, in general terms, about getting people back to work and devoted almost 500 words to the subject of energy, but not once did he mention the Keystone XL pipeline.
President Obama's State of the Union address was nearly 7,000 words long. He talked a lot...about getting people back to work and...the subject of energy, but not once did he mention the Keystone XL pipeline. (Author: Rear Admiral, William Schachte, USN (Ret.) - Vets4Energy volunteer.)
Environmentalists have drawn a line in the sand on the Keystone XL pipeline. It's the wrong line in the wrong sand, far away from any realistic assessment of the merits - as yet another government analysis has confirmed. It's past time for President Obama to set aside politics and resolve this bizarre distraction of an issue.
The EPA's recent proposal to moderate the Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) rollout may have been denounced by the "left-of-center veterans group" called VoteVets.org but we can assure you it has the full support of Vets4Energy.
Letter from a veteran: "Based on my military experience, I am keenly aware of the need for a multifaceted approach to protect American national security; therefore, I support the proposed Keystone Pipeline...
A constant, mild hiss. That was my chief observation when I returned to Anadarko Petroleum's Landon Pad A, a natural-gas site in Lycoming County, Pa.
Hydraulic fracturing is an important component of America's ability to supply its own oil and natural gas. Without it, we would lose 45 percent of domestic natural gas production and 17 percent of our oil production within five years.
A commentary by Oregon veteran Major Paul L. Evans USAF (Ret.): I am frustrated with our inability to learn from history. Once again, the U.S. is struggling with events in Egypt, Iraq, Iran and Syria. We are limited in our ability to make rational choices because of our dependence on petroleum from the Middle East.