March 2020, Vol. 247, No. 3

Editor's Notebook

Does Keystone’s Song Remain the Same?

Editor's Notebook By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief “Welcome back, my friend, to the show that never ends.” – Emerson, Lake & Palmer Yes, I know, opening a column with the words of a long-defunct progressive rock band seems like an odd choice and will probably accomplish little beyond pointing out how truly old I have become.  Still, for quite a while now – years actually – those lyrics have been the first thing to pop into my head whenever I read or hear the words “Keystone XL.” And, as you can guess, that’s been happening quite a lot lately. The brunt of this latest Keystone XL salvo started up again in late January, when the Trump administration approved

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