Another EPA disaster, this time in rural Georgia

epa again!

Still reeling from a disaster it created at a Colorado gold mine, the EPA has so far avoided criticism for a similar toxic waste spill in Georgia. In Greensboro, EPA-funded contractors grading a toxic 19th-century cotton mill site struck a water main, sending the deadly sediment into a nearby creek. Though that accident took place […]

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EPA Leadership Should Face Criminal Charges


Originally published at the Washington Times For environmental regulators, victories take the form of fines or jail time for the sinners, whose efforts to produce what humans find useful are insufficiently tempered by reverence for “the environment”– an imagined perfection of the world before humans. Those regulators must be tormented this week by the knowledge […]

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Wilderness Corridors: Agenda 21 under a new name


Dees Illustration By Joshua Krause When it comes to people the government fears the most, those who live in rural areas must be somewhere near the top of the list. Not that there’s anything wrong with this particular group of people. It’s just that they’re a demographic that the government often struggles to contend with. […]

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Strong Western Water Bill Good for Wyoming


Watch this week’s dose of common sense HERE. Strong Western Water Bill Good for Wyoming Dear Friends, This week I joined a coalition of my colleagues from California and throughout the West to cosponsor the Western Water and American Food Security Act of 2015.  This bill, introduced by Rep. David Valadao (R-CA), tackles some of […]

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Obama goes after the farmers


By Joseph Curl – – Sunday, May 31, 2015 OPINION/ANALYSIS:  Farmers are now the bad guys. President Obama’s administration last week claimed dominion over all of America’s streams, creeks, rills, ditches, brooks, rivulets, burns, tributaries, criks, wetlands — perhaps even puddles — in a sweeping move to assert unilateral federal authority. The New York Times […]

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Floodplain executive order: Latest Obama power grab Another illegal action unlikely to be challenged in court?


Millions of Americans living and working in floodplains and other low-lying areas are at acute risk of being inundated – not by rising water, but by a tidal wave of federal regulations – courtesy of the Obama Administration. With public attention riveted on the chaotic developments in the Middle East and the severe cold weather […]

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[VIDEO] California Gov. Brown’s EMERGENCY Executive Order Calls for $500 Fine for Long Showers


Californians will soon be dreamin’ of the green lawns and long showers of yesteryear. Under a new executive order, Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) said Californians will face heavy fines for overuse of the drought-ridden state’s water; the first time in history the entire state will have to abide by strict water restrictions. Brown announced the executive action […]

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Ozone overreach


Ozone overreach Friend, EPA has become President Obama’s economic wrecking ball. Its proposed new ozone standards are a prime example. Alan Caruba cites a National Association of Manufacturers study at which concludes that, “a 60 ppb ozone standard would result in a GDP reduction of $270 billion per year, a loss of up to […]

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