‘The Department must … find innovative ways to do more with less’
Obama on REI: ‘Every single employee is covered’ with health care
Progressives thrilled with green-minded pick
Critics say Salazar ‘presided over the most abysmal stewardship of public lands in recent history’
‘Unreliable, intermittent and expensive energy sources will receive preferential treatment’
While oil and gas production has increased, it is not because of Obama administration policies, think tank president says
Support for ‘climate friendly strategies,’ first lady’s ‘Let’s Move!’ effort expected from Interior Department concessions operators
Former Interior Dept. adviser: Administration's report on dam removal 'intentionally biased' - TheDC
Official claims Klamath River Basin dam removal proposal did not tell the whole truth
Obama moves cautiously on new oil drilling - USA Today
Entire west and east coasts of the continental U.S. remain out of bounds
‘What was destructive, corrosive and not done in good faith was the sniping from certain public officials’
Rep. Jason Chaffetz creates bill that would sell off government lands that serve ‘no public purpose’
A federal appellate court has said Interior Secretary does not have to comply with a previous court order to act on drilling permits in 30 days
A bipartisan coalition in Congress is finally pushing back against the president’s progressive energy agenda.
Dems slip Indian gambling measure into spending bill - Washington Examiner
Provision would allow the Secretary of Interior to unilaterally give groups Indian tribe status, leading to a massive expansion in the number of casinos
Senate Republicans’ ban on earmarks – money included in a bill by a lawmaker to benefit a home-state project or interest – was short-lived
Is punk rock conservative?
Decision strikes down second federal attempt at oil-drilling moratorium, noting it’s fundamentally the same as first challenge
Tuesday marked the three month anniversary of the spill
Hey, Frank. Can you believe it was only 18 months ago you guys announced the sale of the first piece of BP – that $10 billion Alaska plot they nicknamed Palin’s Peaks – to start paying for their Gulf clean up?
Chairmen heard testimony from local citizens over their overwhelming disagreement with the federal government