For the Keystone Battle, a Folk Hero

New York Times: Randy Thompson, a Nebraskan rancher, at a pipeline protest in Washington. Randy Thompson, a laconic cattle buyer, may seem an unlikely symbol of activism. Yet his likeness is now on hundreds of T-shirts across Nebraska. As I reported with Dan Frosch in Tuesday`s paper, Mr. Thompson is among dozens of landowners resisting efforts by the energy giant Transcanada to lease their property for the Keystone XL pipeline. Bold NebraskaA $25 item for Keystone foes. TransCanada’s spokesman Shawn......

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