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Former EPA administrator discusses modern partisanship, government norms

Politically moderate citizens must become more involved in government in order for the current polarizing political climate to improve, according to Christine Todd Whitman, the former governor of New ... read more

Scandal in the Age of Obama

Here I humbly offer some theories about how the Washington scandal machine works, and why there has been such a dearth of scandals in the age of Obama ... a government contractor called Wedtech, Labor ... read more

Former Columbine student wants firearms in schools for protection

A student who survived the Columbine High School massacre has introduced a bill that would allow anyone with a concealed weapons permit the right to conceal and carry firearms in public schools. Rep. ... read more

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Government employees could be banned from watching porn on work computers under proposed bill as EPA worker gets busted with more than 7,000 files

A newly proposed bill could ban government ... on their computer, EPA Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations Allan Williams told reporters. In the public outcry over the investigation's ... read more

Is this Washington’s golden age of grift? Or politics as usual?

Scott Pruitt Accountability for Government Officials Act of 2018. The bill, “honoring” the former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, makes it illegal ... who shatters presidential norms ... read more

Why Hasn’t Trump Fired Scott Pruitt? Because Pruitt Can Fire Robert Mueller.

So, if Sessions were to leave — how he leaves could matter a lot, but put that aside for the moment — Trump could install, say, Pruitt in his place, since the Senate already confirmed Pruitt for EPA ... read more

The Green Crusade Goes National

In fact, as the American Action Forum notes, EPA administrators ... should receive government support, while traditional energy is bad and should be punished. The problem with this kind of industrial ... read more

House of Representatives Votes to Defund IPCC

Rick Piltz has much more about how the debate went down. It’s pretty staggering that we’re now at a point where the most definitive outlet for information about the state of the climate is being not ... read more

Washington, D.C. government fining lobbyists who rented room to Scott Pruitt

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's troubles are mounting, and now his lobbyist D.C. landlord is getting grief from the Washington D.C. government. Vicki Hart and Stephen Hart, the power couple who let ... read more

SEC Enforcement Director Discusses Issues for Pharmaceutical and Medical Technology Companies

Ceresney called the pharmaceutical industry “a high-risk industry for FCPA violations,” noting that pharmaceutical representatives often have regular contact with doctors, pharmacists, and ... read more

The Daily 202: State of the Union underscores why Trump is his own worst enemy

Consider this response from the former grand wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan ... Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.). Many professionals in the national security firmament worry that this partisan document ... read more

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