Meet the little nobody from Texas with big power at EPA

Ron Arnold writes at the Washington Examiner:

He dropped out of nowhere and landed with a crash in the director’s seat of the Office of Environmental Justice at the Environmental Protection Agency.

Matthew S. Tejada, 33, Texas-born Latino, Ph.D. (History, Oxford University, 2006) and five years as a community organizer (like the young Barack Obama), was appointed director by former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson in January.

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One thought on “Meet the little nobody from Texas with big power at EPA”

  1. If there were anything to a concept of Environmental Justice, it’s possible that this would be an appropriate person to head up the office.
    But I’d be suspicious of anyone who would accept such a job.

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