Kelly Cohen The Washington Examiner 8/18/2014
President Obama has claimed since his first day in the Oval Office that his administration would be “the most transparent” in history.
But the nonprofit watchdog group Cause of Action is challenging the Obama claim in a federal lawsuit against 12 federal agencies, including the Office of Management and Budget and the Internal […]
Wynton Hall Breitbart.com Big Government 17 Apr 2014
On Wednesday, the U.S. Energy Department announced it will begin doling out $4 billion in taxpayer-funded loan aid to renewable energy companies.
“We’re back in business,” Peter Davidson, executive director of the department’s loan programs office, told Reuters. “We really want to go back to … doing very valuable work […]
Michael Bastasch The Daily Caller 1/3/2014
It’s a new year and you know what that means — new regulations. The Obama administration has wasted no time in writing them.
The website Regulations.gov lists 141 regulations that have been posted by federal agencies in the last three days alone. Of these regulations, 119 are “rulemaking,” meaning they establish a new […]
DOE suspends stimulus payments after company’s SEC filings
Lachlan Markay The Washington Free Beacon 8/12/2013
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has suspended stimulus payments to a major green energy company after the company said it is having trouble finding financing and may have to declare bankruptcy.
ECOtality admitted that possibility in a filing with […]
DOE says no retaliation took place; Issa maintains employees fear for jobs
Lachlan Markay The Washington Free Beacon 7/25/2013
House investigators will hold a hearing next week regarding allegations that top Department of Energy (DOE) officials instructed agency employees not to speak with congressional investigators about an ongoing probe into agency hiring practices.
The hearing […]