Henderson on Scott Pruitt
By David Henderson
Yesterday, USA Today‘s editorial page called, in response to yesterday’s post, to ask me to write an “opposing view” on Scott Pruitt. They gave me the tightest deadline I’ve ever faced: 2.75 hours to write a 340-word piece. The editor told me that it shouldn’t be hard because of the small word count. I told him that that is often harder.
But I did it in an hour, including some basic research.
Here’s the USA Today viewpoint.
And here’s mine.
Neither the editorial writer nor I saw each other’s editorial.