Watch Katherine Mangu-Ward Talk About the EPA's SunnyD Spill on Kennedy Tonight

When the government makes an environmental mistake, all the rules are different.



The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) managed to spill a bunch of bright orange sludge into a Colorado river. It was an accident! Could have happened to anyone. (Probably.)

Regional EPA administrator Shaun McGrath says: "We're going to continue to work until this is cleaned up, and hold ourselves to the same standards that we would anyone that would have created this situation." That's great to hear.

Oh wait, just kidding: The EPA is totally not going to fine itself

Tune in to hear me talk about this topics and more on Kennedy's eponymous Fox Business show Kennedy tonight at 8 p.m. (or catch the rerun at 11 p.m.).