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Inside the Pickens Plan with Amy Weiss and Rich Galen

Washington, D.C. is as divided as it has ever been, and it has become difficult to set politics aside and get things done. But fortunately the Pickens Plan benefited from a bipartisan team that came together to promote a plan that has our nation’s best interests in mind.

For the latest episode of the Pickens Podcast, I sat down with Rich Galen, a columnist and former press secretary for U.S. Senators Dan Quayle (R-IN) and Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX), and Amy Weiss, former White House Deputy Press Secretary to President Bill Clinton and press secretary and campaign manager for U.S. Rep Mike Synar (D-OK). These two have reached across the aisle to help make the Pickens Plan work. It just goes to show how successful you can be when you can look past personal politics to focus on a mission.


T. Boone Pickens Statement on President Trump’s Paris Climate Accord Decision

“Without question, America is a nation committed to environmental leadership. All you have to do is look at how much cleaner our country has gotten over the last 10 years through the expanded use of natural gas. But the Paris Climate Accord is another bad deal negotiated by the Obama Administration, and America should applaud … Continue reading T. Boone Pickens Statement on President Trump’s Paris Climate Accord Decision


An Open Letter to This Year’s Graduating Seniors

It’s that time of year again. College and high school graduates across the country celebrate and look to the future. When I reflect back on my life to this very moment, I know I would not have accomplished half as much without my degree from Oklahoma State University.

Now, some might believe that the country has changed since I set out on my own. The truth is, there’s more opportunity for success in America today than ever. I’d trade a whole lot to be in that position today.

So, here’s some free advice on how to make the most of it.