David Vitter and Lisa Jackson are universes apart: James Gill
Vitter is not alone in his suspicions. The EPA's inspector general, at the behest of Republicans on the House Science Committee, had begun an investigation of the Windsor correspondence before Christmas. Now the libertarian lobbying group, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, has chimed in: "We also believe the timing was no accident." Jackson announced her resignation, the institute noted, only after it filed a lawsuit and the Justice Department agreed "to begin producing 12,000 email messages from her Richard Windsor alias account." The institute, implacable foe of government regulators, was looking for the skinny on what it terms the EPA's "war on coal." Please, let us have no more wars.