James Inhofe

The Michigan primary has been over for weeks now, and with it, so is the focus on Flint, Michigan by the press, by the larger public and even by candidates running to be President. Previously showcased as the issue du jour by Secretary Clinton, which included appearances with embattled Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, local news outlets now accuse Mrs. Clinton of […]

Last week, as millions of people tuned in to watch President Obama’s State of the Union address to Congress, we asked you to weigh in on the state of Environmental Action. Over 1,000 of you took the time to share your thoughts, ideas and vision for our work – and over a third of the entries included a personal note […]

I am no longer shocked, amazed, dumbfounded or even surprised by how silly members of the United States Congress behave and “legislate.” Last week, however, the U.S. Senate proved how it can take a serious issue like climate change and turn it into a perverse version of an Abbot and Costello routine. I was surprised, then dumbfounded and finally chagrined […]