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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Donald Boesch
The panel appointed by President Obama to investigate the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is short on technical expertise but long on talking publicly about "America's addiction to oil." One member has blogged about it regularly.
Donald Boesch, head of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science at Horn Point, said the new lab will "remove a bottleneck" in the oyster hatchery.
"It'll take it to the next level," Mr. Boesch said of the expansion. "We want to make sure we're having an impact on a scale that matters."