The man likely to replace Ryan Zinke as Interior secretary is a seasoned Washington insider—and a former lobbyist for Big Oil and Big Ag.
President Donald Trump’s reckless and feckless Secretary of the Interior slumps from office under the weight of fifteen investigations.
Like a faux country and western musician who wears a ten-gallon hat for credibility, Zinke’s pretense to Interior Secretary has worn thin.
The return of Hudson rivermen to work the annual shad run was a biological event that signaled the season. No longer.
Pruitt evades congressional questions about self-dealing, cronyism, corruption, and revenge firings. Tick-tock.
Chair of the Senate Environment Committee says constituents have a new “spring in their step” thanks to EPA’s Pruitt.