The Keystone pipeline would create tens of thousands of jobs and is backed by a vast majority of the American people – but President Obama isn’t listening to them.

“Our jobs are at risk,” West Virginia coal miner Jaston Pethtel warned last week, as the Obama administration’s proposed rules on coal-fired electricity...drew a fresh round of protests from labor unions.

We’ve listened to the American people. Their priorities are our priorities.

If the president is serious about helping middle-class families, he’ll call on Senate Democrats, who are sitting on dozens of House-passed jobs bills, to do their part.

Here’s a handful of facts to keep in mind about the president’s failed policies, and the impact they’re having on energy costs, jobs, and the economy:

"What reason – outside of his political interests – does the president have for standing in the way?”

American energy independence and jobs are serious issues, but President Obama’s busy playing “mocker-in-chief” and giving special access to an extreme left-wing billionaire – all while keeping everyday Americans in the dark.

Ending the Obama administration’s de facto ban on U.S. energy exports isn’t just the right strategy for jobs and the economy, it’s the right strategy for bolstering America’s leadership around the world

Every day, Republicans are working on a true all-of-the-above energy agenda that will help lower costs, create jobs, strengthen our allies and make us a nation of builders again

The president’s nearly six-year delay of the Keystone pipeline is a national embarrassment, and an affront to the millions of frustrated Americans who are still asking the question, ‘where are the jobs?’