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The Waters of Trump’s Washington Are Dark and Deep
Behind the ostentatious displays of power, the White House tries to keep secret all that's destructive to the nation and democracy.
The radical conservative Heritage Foundation has spent 40 years trying to gut the federal budget.
Heritage’s impact was felt in the Trump administration’s budget proposal. Last year, Heritage published a blueprint for bringing the federal budget into balance that calls for reducing spending by $10.5 trillion and cutting taxes by $1.3 trillion over a decade. It aims a wrecking ball at virtually every law, program and institution that defends the environment or promotes green energy. It calls for opening up “all federal waters and all non-wilderness, non federal-monument lands to exploration and production” to fossil fuel, mining and other commercial interests. According to Greenpeace, Heritage received at least $780,000 from ExxonMobil between 1998 and 2012, and more than $5.7 million from foundations associated with fossil-fuel industrialists the Koch brothers between 1997 and 2014.