However, it turns out that back in March of 2009 someone in the EPA itself tried to get new information that might affect the finding’s results… and was shut down cold, and was blithely told that political considerations were involved.
Rep. Barton – and other Republicans on the House Energy Committee – would like further details on that situation, and how it might relate to the EPA’s actions in general. To put it mildly.
I know that my advice might seem suspect to Congressional Democrats, but really: this would be probably a lot less of an issue if the current majority party wasn’t so determined to rush pell-mell into a radical new energy policy. Just saying.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES My favorite joke about government and its inanity goes something like this: A guy is running late for a meeting. He’s in his car – stuck on a single lane blacktop behind a county government truck. He can’t pass – it’s a double yellow line. Every fifty yards the county truck stops and two guys jump out of the | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Hillary Clinton’s standard go to excuse for using private email (she won’t address the use of a private server in her house) is that she’s doing nothing different than any other Secretary of State did. “They used private email, too!” Except that is not true. She is not telling the truth at all about Condoleeza Rice and with respect | Read More »
Sen. Marco Rubio, during an “extended” interview on the May 29, 2016-edition of CNN’s “State of the Union,” talked reflectively about the presidential campaign and his future. Rubio said Donald Trump shouldn’t change his campaign style, and that he won’t be running as Trump’s VP, for reelection to the U.S. Senate nor for Governor of Florida.