Month: May 2016
Then there was the employee who confessed to spending two to six hours a day viewing pornography while working. He, too, was paid during his tenure at the EPA.
The weapon had been reported stolen from a Bureau of Land Management agent’s car in downtown San Francisco four days earlier.
Rep. Labrador (R-ID) offered insightful analysis about the Department’s dreadful ethics track record.
Love, who was BLM’s special agent in charge for Nevada and Utah, this week was named BLM’s special agent in charge of security, protection and intelligence, a newly created post.
Not having such information effectively prevents Congress from exercising its constitutionally mandated oversight of executive branch agencies like EPA.
The EPA “epitomizes everything that is wrong with the federal government” and proposes declaring that it is agency non grata in Wyoming. State Rep. Tim Stubson said Congress should do more to trim “governmental overreach.”
Several federal lawmakers have said What’s Upstream was an apparent violation. Violations can be punished with fines ranging from $10,000 to $100,000 per expenditure.
The Navajos have used this land for generations, picking berries, cutting firewood, gathering herbs, hunting, and performing religious ceremonies. A monument designation will threaten their access to these resources and change their way of life.
Officials for the Environmental Protection Agency testified Wednesday that they were unable to terminate a convicted child molester and had to pay him $55,000 to retire.