Sex and drugs agency goes to the city of lights
Salazar vowed in 2010 to ‘keep boot on the neck’ of BP over Deepwater Horizon
‘Free ride’ for polluters, activists say
Taxpayers on the hook for $108k per day to feed corralled horses
When combining US tax policy with royalty fees, only Venezuela takes more money oil producers
The Interior Secretary is fighting back against a court order to act on permitting oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico
Hunting revenues give people an incentive to protect local lion populations.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar feels heat from both drilling advocates and environmentalists after issuing the first deep-water permit since last April
The US is indeed in danger of losing the “energy race” to China, but not for the reason the administration thinks.
Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu has become an unlikely champion of Louisiana’s oil and gas industry.
The border fences along our southern border are cutting down on foot and vehicle traffic through Arizona’s fragile environment.
Regulations costing millions of dollars are created without congressional approval
BP and the Unified Command Center’s cleanup staff said that they have searched for the oil, but haven’t been able to find it
The government announced a possible early end to its drilling moratorium on Tuesday
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of appeals ruled against the Obama administration’s proposed moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico
What are over-committed state governments to do now? Spending cuts will be painful, but they simply must be made. Without them, the cycle of “emergency” bailouts will continue indefinitely
There are no better stewards of Indian lands than the Indians themselves. Dorgan’s bill authorizes the Interior Department to delegate to willing and able tribes the responsibilities of Federal officers under the National Environmental Protection Act
Salazar installs 'boom to nowhere' for oil spill photo op - The Daily Caller
Interior Secretary Salazar installs pointless oil boom on Gulf coast for photo op
Congress has a long history of overreacting to public tragedies with hasty legislation that—months or years later—we realize has unintended consequences (the latest health care reform law will no doubt fall into this category). We must be smart moving forward with energy legislation in light of this tragedy, because many times, even with the best intentions, Congress can do more harm than good