Scrapping Keystone XL pipeline makes Biden a tribal hero, but villain off reservation
On a blustery winter day in South Dakota, the security guard stationed at the "man camp" outside the tiny town of Philip isn't in the mood for pleasantries.
It takes him about 90 seconds to get into his white pickup truck and make his way over to the chain-link fence. He's in no mood to talk. He doesn't even break a smile.
He points to the red and white "no trespassing" sign and makes a gesture to leave. His job is to make sure no one steps foot on the...