Well... at least one pipeline's getting built!
How many cubic dollars have the Environmental Left dumped into stopping it?
K Street used to amount to little more than an alley on the margin of D.C. activities. Now it’s both a freeway and the largest, and most expensive to taxpayers, parking lot in America. As the number of lobbyists soared, so did our debt, and costs of doing business, private profits have far exceeded any “costs” relative to regulation, or law. Turning the street into a literal sewer to wash out is appropriate, as it’s been an ethical sewer for nearly five decades now, think 1980 as the floodgate opening to influx, but the drain was plugged.
^to be fair, the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, written by the Republicans in largest part, but yes, signed as a bill that a veto wouldn’t hold on,was signed by Carter.