Five Things About Bobby Jindal’s Energy Plan

Amy Harder The Wall Street Journal 16 Sep 2014

Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana hopes to emerge as a leading policy thinker in the field of potential GOP presidential candidates. He released an energy plan Tuesday that in some ways is more nuanced and moderate than ideas espoused by other candidates. The 43-year-old governor’s energy […]

Now boarding the Obama Administration scandal train: the EPA

John Hayward Human Events 5/14/2013

The Environmental Protection Agency would like you to know it can abuse its power to punish Barack Obama’s political enemies as well as the next agency, thank you very much. In this case, it’s more a question of first-class seating and concierge service for Obama’s political allies, while those nasty […]

Another EPA Official Resigns

Another snared in secret email probe, says GOP senator

C. J. Ciaramella The Washington Free Beacon 2/19/2013

A top Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official under congressional investigation for using a private email address to conduct government business is stepping down.

EPA Region 8 administrator James Martin is resigning this week, according to a press release […]

Appeals court to EPA: Don’t you think you’re being a little overly optimistic with the biofuels, there?

Erika Johnsen HotAir 1/28/2013

The Environmental Protection Agency is getting taken to court left and right for their many overzealous regulations and intrusions into private industry, with varying results– but on Friday, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled that, why no, the EPA may not punish the oil industry for their noncompliance […]

The spreading scandal at the EPA

Russell Cook American Thinker 1/16/2013

A potentially major scandal is unfolding at the EPA, as the agency’s former head, Lisa Jackson, has been discovered to have used an email account under an alias for communication within her agency, evidently to avoid disclosure when FOIA requests ask to see her communications sent under her genuine name.

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DOJ to release emails from Lisa Jackson’s alias email account

EPA chief Jackson resigns amid transparency investigations into secret emails

Michael Bastasch The Daily Caller 12/28/2012

A Washington attorney says that Environmental Protection Agency Chief Administrator Lisa Jackson’s resignation and investigations into the EPA’s use of secret email accounts are not coincidental.

“Life’s full of coincidences, but this is too many,” Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior […]