Doug Domenech
Doug Domenech
Doug Domenech

Doug Domenech is the former Assistant Secretary for Insular and International Affairs at the Department of the Interior. He served on the White House Ocean Policy Committee, Co-Chair of the Ocean Resource Management Subcommittee, and as Co-Chair of the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force.

What I Saw Near The White House On September 11, 2001

A 9:03 a.m., we all saw it happen. We saw, live on TV, what turned out to be Flight 175 fly directly into the South Tower.

Under Trump, Americans Breathed The Cleanest Air In U.S. History, And Other Environmental Wins The Biden Administration Deleted

After four years of silence from the legacy media on the matter, it’s time to take stock of how the Trump administration helped the environment.

U.S. Territories, Not States, Bear The Scars Of World War II

Seventy-five years since the end of WWII, U.S. territories and our allies in the Pacific remain a priority for the United States and for President Trump.

Like CO2, The Paris Agreement Is Vapid

One wonders why this president would unilaterally pursue a Paris agreement that does nothing more than hurt the country he took an oath to protect.

Obama Wasn’t Kidding About Wanting To Spike Your Electricity Bill

The Clean Power Plan President Obama released Monday will drastically increase electricity and energy prices, hurting low-income Americans the most.

Why Does EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Hate Texas?

The Environmental Protection Agency is messing with Texas’s energy, which in turn will mess with everyone’s.