A senior Bush political appointee at the Interior Department has repeatedly altered scientific field reports to minimize protections for imperiled species and disclosed confidential information to private groups seeking to affect policy decisions, the department’s inspector general concluded.
The investigator’s report on Julie A. MacDonald, deputy assistant secretary for fish and wildlife and parks — which was triggered by an anonymous complaint from a Fish and Wildlife Service employee and expanded in October after a Washington Post article about MacDonald — said she frequently sought to reshape the agency’s scientific reports in an effort to ease the impact of agency decisions on private landowners.
Friday, March 30, 2007
The Hits Keep Coming
Is there any part of our government that has not been poisoned by Bush? It seems like everyday we get a new revelation of 'bad faith" on the part of someone that is supposed to be watching out for the American people. How long is it going to take the next Administration, which will be Democratic, to cut all the cancer from this worm eaten joke of a government?