Busting the EPA’s secret government

Something is rotten in the EPA, and Christopher Horner is the man exposing it. For reasons undisclosed, the agency with vast discretionary power over the minutiae of operating a business in the United States has chosen to violate the law and engage in undisclosed secret communications, in utter violation of transparency laws. Stephen Dinen of the Washington Times reports on Horner's latest move, an unprecedented suit demanding disclosure of instant message.