For the social cost of carbon to serve the new government's aims, Pruitt's agency has had to scrape together whatever it can.
“What’s good for GM is good for America,” is the twisted phrase of Charles E. Wilson, whom Dwight D. Eisenhower nominated as defense secretary in 1953.*
Before that, as you might guess, he’d been general director of General Motors, the largest automobile maker, from its founding in 1908 until its bankruptcy [Read more]
For all his bravado, Obama would rather not veto Keystone.