The Politics of EPA’s Endangerment Finding
The Environmental Protection Agency prejudged the outcome of its endangerment finding on greenhouse gases to fulfill the Obama Administration's political agenda.
Teapot Dome Revisited: Dereliction of Fiduciary Duty at the Interior Department
The Department of Interior is responsible for managing over 500 million acres of land and 1.8 billion acres of the Outer Continental Shelf. This territory and its resources, which are held in trust for the American people by the federal government, are worth trillions of dollars and generate over $22 billion in annual revenue to the federal Treasury. The Interior Department, however, has shirked its duty as a steward of these resources. Over the past 25 years, there has been a rebirth of the ...