Our story is currently (Friday afternoon) the lead story at the NBC affiliate, WNCN (NBC-176) in Raleigh, NC. Video on TV at 6 & 7 pm ET.
Pay no attention to the contradiction behind the curtain. Continue reading PBS NewsHour: Against scientific consensus before they were for it
The American Tradition Institute has filed last night an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against EPA’s ongoing human testing program. Continue reading Court Asked for Emergency Restraining Order Against EPA Human Testing
“A federal lawsuit filed last Friday makes shocking allegations that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency engaged in human experimentation that violated its own scientific and ethical standards — not to mention federal law and the Nuremberg Code.” [Washington Examiner]
This from a woman who, when she became EPA administrator in 2001, didn’t know the difference between global warming and ozone depletion. Continue reading Whitman: Anti-EPA message scares off independents
In response to yesterday’s Washington Times report by Kerry Picket (“Lawsuit filed against EPA over pollution experiments on humans“), the EPA e-mailed Picket: Continue reading EPA comments on human testing lawsuit; Claims UNC is 'independent'; Records show otherwise
We were notified yesterday by the North Carolina Medical Board that it has opened an investigation (at our request) into another North Carolina-licensed physician involved in EPA’s illegal human testing. Continue reading North Carolina Medical Board Opens Investigation of Another EPA Doc
By Steve Milloy
September 19, 2012, Washington Times
One issue that has been noticeably absent from the Republican platform this election season is any discussion of the Obama Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It didn’t even come up at the Republican National Convention a couple of weeks ago. If the omission was an oversight, it was a big one. If it was intentional, it’s cause for concern. Continue reading Milloy: GOP needs to start talking about EPA reform now
Arlington Circuit Court Judge Paul Sheridan ignores the facts and law, and renders an embarrassing decision. [Washington Post]
JunkScience.com has obtained 3,500+ pages of documents showing how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill have violated (and continue to violate) every rule set since World War II for the protection of human study subjects from out-of-control scientists. Take the guided tour of the scandal at EPAHumanTesting.com.
P.S. If you can’t find the time or interest to check out EPAHumanTesting.com, please save yourself the trouble of ever visiting JunkScience.com again.
Steve Milloy, Publisher