Search results for: “Ken Salazar”

  • Ken Salazar is reportedly leaving his post as Secretary of Interior in March of this year. His legacy includes a failed delisting of wolves in Idaho and Montana, which was legislatively pushed through, delisting of wolves in Wyoming where wolves are treated as vermin, approval of the Deepwater Horizon using a categorical exclusion from National…

  • Salazar’s hearing before Senate Committe- Sounds like any generic, old school Western Democrat that has been in this “saddle” many times before- Ken Salazar promises reform at Interior Department. LA Times. By Jim Tankersley Barack Obama criticized — again — over pick of Ken Salazar as Interior secretary. By Pete Thomas. LA Times. I should…

  • Denver Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bennet gets the nod from Colorado Governor Ritter- The good news is it looks like Bennet is of a greener disposition than Salazar. From the blog Colorado pols . . . Michael Bennet, Everybody!

  • He has cancelled events today, Tuesday and Wednesday- He is a pretty traditional Democratic Party kind of nomination (assuming it is him).  He is a Democratic US Senator from Colorado, but Democrats won’t lose the seat because the Democratic governor has the power to appoint a replacement. Salazar is Hispanic, satisfying a category that was…

  • We’ve seen this heedless rush to oil shale before, just ahead of the inevitable bust. By Senator Ken Salazar. Salt Lake Tribune (reprinted from the Washington Post). Salazar is a U.S. Senator from Colorado, the state where much of the oil shale lies.

  • Senator Salazar is upset about the BLM’s giveaway of the huge and wildlife-rich Roan Plateau in Western Colorado to the energy companies. One the surface, at least, all the Salazar is asking is a 120-day extension to review the Roan Plateau Resource Management Plan. Story in Rocky Barker’s blog. Rocky Barker’s blog: Senator places hold…

  • Representative Raúl M. Grijalva ‘gets it’ before it needs gettin’.  Salazar is an industry apologist Representative Raúl M. Grijalva issued a press release highlighting a recent Washington Post article describing how his foresight on offshore drilling, a foresight directly pertinent to any hope at having spared the world the worst environmental disaster in history, is…

  • Scientists & Conservation Groups: Time for Salazar to step down Clinton-Era Secretary Blasts Interior; Scientists Say Salazar Should Quit featured in the New York Times Read the letter The Gulf Coast disaster is a cataclysmic failure. It’s a failure of insatiable industrial greed. But to leave it at that – to blame BP and demand…

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