By Sheldon Alberts
Postmedia News Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON — The last time John Adams was at the White House, in February, Barack Obama presented him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his work protecting America’s environment.
Mr. Adams came back on Sunday without a formal invite, joining several thousand other activists to rally against Calgary-based TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL oilsands pipeline.
In the largest demonstration to date against the proposed 2,700-kilometre pipeline, anti-Keystone XL protesters surrounded the White House — parading down Pennsylvania Avenue down to the South Lawn and around the other side — to demand Obama deny TransCanada a permit to go ahead with the project. Read more…