"Botched." That is the word the mainstream media too often associates with the federal gunwalking scandal known as Operation Fast and Furious, but in her new book, investigative reporter Katie Pavlich fearlessly chronicles exactly why the only thing "botched" about the ill-fated operation was the Obama administration's shoddy attempt to cover their tracks.
How far is the Obama administration willing to go to foist ‘green’ jobs onto a pedestal? Why are politics coming before the stewardship of taxpayer dollars? Why was this administration so dedicated to propping up the solar power company Solyndra?
I have often proclaimed that I am an avid anti-environmentalist, and ergo, many therefore accuse me of being a greedy, willfully ignorant, lazy environment-neglecter. But clearly, there is a major disconnect here, because you would be hardpressed to find another individual who loves and wants to conserve the quality of the great outdoors, our natural resources, and the planet in general, than myself.
What I’m about to admit may sound bizarre, but I have to get this off my chest: Joe Biden published a discerning op-ed in The New York Times yesterday, and I am in almost complete agreement with him.
Boeing is not shutting down any of its plants in Washington State – in fact, Boeing has hired another 2,000 workers. But Obama's NLRB is still suing Boeing.
To reduce the national deficit and protect the environment, conservationists should take a look at federal management of public lands.
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