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Ryan Zinke Is An Oilman, Ladies And Gentlemen
The interior secretary vowed to leave a conservation legacy that would rival Theodore Roosevelt's. Instead, he drank America’s milkshake.
NY Times Slashes Ryan Zinke As 'Not The Sharpest Knife In The Drawer'
Editorial dings Interior secretary as another "cheerleader" for the president's "boneheaded" energy strategy.
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Ryan Zinke Is Out As Interior Department Secretary
The loyal soldier for Trump's "energy dominance" agenda had tallied up more than a dozen federal investigations.
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Trump's Own Advisers Don't Even Take Him Seriously -- Why Should We?
Neil J. Young
Time after time, they tell us the president is "just joking" and doesn't mean what he says.
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41 Photos Of Presidential Pets Over Time
For animal lovers and history buffs alike.
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One Year In, Ryan Zinke’s Conservation Legacy Would Make His Hero Scowl
The interior secretary's critics say he's no Teddy Roosevelt — not by a long shot.
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So THAT'S Where Teddy Bears Got Their Name
It all started with a hunting trip.
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Environmentalist: Trump’s Public Land Cuts Are 'A Slap In The Face Of Climate Science'
Environmentalist Bill McKibben condemned Trump's unprecedented cuts to national monuments in Utah.
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The Growing Danger Of Dynastic Wealth
Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy, University of Califor...
We're on the cusp of the largest inter-generational transfer of wealth in history.
After Charlottesville: Overdue Time To Restore Decency To Our Politics
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi
Representative, U.S. Congress (IL-08)
Obstructionism has become the new normal. Ordinary Americans disdain their own representatives, and elected officials distrust their own colleagues.
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Pence Calls Trump A 'Builder Of Boundless Optimism,' Compares Him To Teddy Roosevelt
The vice president also praised Trump's "energy" and "can-do spirit."
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China’s Maritime Provocations Are Nothing Next To America's Adventurism A Century Ago
Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School
The message from the U.S. is that China should be more like us. But Americans should be careful what they wish for.
You Need To Give Up These Toxic Habits If You Want To Be Confident And Successful
CEO and Founder of LexION Capital
Confidence plays a huge role in your success — eliminating these bad habits will immediately boost your self-esteem.
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How ‘Snowflake’ Became America’s Inescapable Tough-Guy Taunt
Every age has its own preferred terms of political emasculation. Teddy Roosevelt called Woodrow Wilson a “white-handy Miss
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As Law That First Saved Grand Canyon Turns 111, Trump Takes Aim At Its Legacy
The president could eliminate as many as 27 national monuments.
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Why Trump Doesn't Have The Power To Mess With National Monuments
Not that that's likely to stop him from trying.
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A Monumental Cave-In
The American Prospect
By Gabrielle Gurley This article originally appeared at The American Prospect. Subscribe here. On his first day on the job
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We Can’t Protect National Parks On Shoestring Budgets
President and CEO, National Parks Conservation Association
We must all come together to ensure they are protected, just as we’ve done for the last 100 years.
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