http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/transcanada-to-reapply-for-keystone-pipeline-permit-sources-say/2012/05/03/gIQAfbksyT_story.html

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r. jory 3 years 33 weeks ago
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Hi, Tom.

I am a Canadian and I love your show. Along with Rachel Maddow and Bill Moyers, you seem to provide a reasonably unbiased picture of the world that I can respect. However, as far as your coverage of the TransCanada Pipeline activity goes, I wonder if you realize that, according to their own web site information, "TC PipeLines, LP is a United States limited partnership with a long history of stable and growing cash distributions which has delivered value to its investors while maintaining a solid cash distribution coverage ratio." The site I am referring to is <www.tcpipelineslp.com>. When I first heard of the company and its antics, I was disturbed at the idea a Canadian company was creating such a crisis in the United States; and I looked it up. I just thought you might want to correct the impression that is left that Canada is using the United States as a dumping ground for pollution to line our own pockets. There might be some instances of that; but I don't think this is one of them.

Thanks for your ongoing work in the service of truth.

R. Jory

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