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Zinke, House GOP face criticism over Patagonia attacks

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and House Republicans are escalating their feud with an outdoor retail company that opposes the Trump administration's plan to shrink two sprawling Utah national monuments. The … Click to Continue »

The War on Federal Employees

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke speaks at the Heritage Foundation in Washington N ot long ago, in a speech before a crowd of industry executives, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke declared 30 percent of his department’s employees to be disloyal. Show More Summary

Your Tax Dollars Are Being Used To Attack Patagonia

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WASHINGTON — The House Committee on Natural Resources has joined Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s fight against Patagonia, accusing the American outdoor retailer of lying in order to sell merchandise.

Ryan Zinke Dismisses Reports On His Use Of Helicopters As ‘Fabricated’

WASHINGTON — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Saturday swung back at recent media reports about his costly use of government helicopters, calling them “total fabrications and a wild departure from reality.”

Ryan Zinke orders helicopter to get him to horseback ride with Mike Pence on time

“Shame on you for not respecting the office of a Member of Congress.” That’s how the lead spokesperson for the Department of the Interior responded to a Politico reporter investigating her boss, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Ben Lefebvre, an energy reporter for Politico, wanted to learn more about Zinke’s use of government helicopters to travel […]

Zinke Used Helicopters to Attend D.C. Events

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke “spent more than $14,000 on government helicopters this summer to take himself and staff to and from official events near Washington, D.C., in order to accommodate his attendance at a swearing-in ceremony for his replacement in [...]

Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke Booked Federal Helicopter To Go On Horseback Riding Date With Mike Pence

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Politico reports: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spent more than $14,000 on government helicopters this summer to take himself and staff to and from official events near Washington, D.C., in order to accommodate his attendance at a swearing-in...Show More Summary

So This Is How Much It Costs to Ride Horses With Mike Pence

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Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is spending taxpayer dollars well.

Interior chief spent more than $53K on 3 helicopter trips

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spent more than $53,000 on three helicopter trips this summer, including one that allowed him to return to Washington in time for a horseback ride with … Click to Continue »

Ryan Zinke Spent $6,250 On A Helicopter So He Could Ride Horses With Mike Pence

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spent thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to use government helicopters to travel to and from Washington, D.C., this summer, including a round-trip flight to meet Vice President Mike Pence for an afternoon horseback ride, according to a report by Politico.

SCI Supports President Trump’s Decision To Protect Public Land Access

TUCSON, ARIZONA—Safari Club International today announced support for the decision by President Donald Trump and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to protect access to public lands in Utah. Following a review of 27 National Monuments,...Show More Summary

Where protected lands stand after national monument review

President Donald Trump ordered U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke earlier this year to conduct an unprecedented review of 27 monuments established by former presidents over more than two decades on … Click to Continue »

Zinke, Patagonia trade harsh words over national monuments

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and outdoor retail giant Patagonia have traded harsh words over the Trump administration's plans to shrink several national monuments — an opening salvo in a legal … Click to Continue »

SCI Supports President Trump’s Decision To Protect Public Land Access

SCI today announced support for the decision by President Donald Trump and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to protect access to public lands in Utah. This post SCI Supports President Trump’s Decision To Protect Public Land Access appeared first on AmmoLand.com.

Ryan Zinke recommends shrinking two more national monuments

United States Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has recommended that two more national monuments in the West be reduced in size. The recommendation to shrink Cascade-Siskiyou in Oregon and California and Gold Butte in Nevada comes...Show More Summary

Interior secretary urges size cuts, management changes to more monuments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Tuesday recommended President Donald Trump reduce the size and change the management of more national monuments in the western United States, and lashed out at critics of cuts already announced to protected areas in Utah.

Trump administration proposes 3 new national monuments, more changes at existing ones

Eight months after President Trump ordered a review of national monuments, and a day after the president removed 2 million acres of public land from federal protection in Utah, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Tuesday announced recommendations for much smaller boundary adjustments to monuments...

Ryan Zinke memo signals Trump’s attack on public lands is just getting started

President Donald Trump apparently isn’t done reducing the size of national monuments. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Tuesday recommended that Trump target at least eight more monuments for downsizing or reduced protections. At an event in Salt Lake City on Monday, Trump signed a pair of presidential proclamations drastically reducing the size of the Bears […]

Trump Administration Eyes Cuts At More Protected National Monuments

The final recommendations from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke were released one day after Trump gutted a pair of protected sites in Utah.

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