“They note that her senate testimony was “at odds with facts showing extensive coordination between EPA and BOR (Bureau of Reclamation) and other DOI officials with the Gold King site” incident.”
This is the rule that the Supreme Court sent back to EPA last year.
Good thing a federal court has already stopped into block it during ongoing litigation.
Shocking. EPA made up its mind to block the mine before the application for it was even filed.
“Over $200,000 on body armor spent by the Environmental Protection Agency during the Obama administration years, versus just $30,000 in the three previous fiscal years.”
A good question, even if I did pose it myself.
Five of ’em, anyway.
Why can’t we get this standard of justice in the U.S.?
But EPA breaks laws left and right with impunity.
“The bullies at the EPA seem to have formed a culture of believing that laws only apply to others.”
“Lucky for the rogue agency, an especially boisterous December news cycle kept the EPA’s prolific misbehavior off the front pages.”
It was all just coincidence.
Rogue. Arrogant. Lawbreaking.
“You probably recall that unpleasant little incident at the Gold King mine in Colorado where they spilled millions of gallons of toxic sludge into the local river system.”
EPA claims that outside experts approved its disastrous plan at the Gold King Mine.
EPA made up its mind to block the Alaska gold mine before any permits were issued.
Rep. Lamar Smith, Texas Republican and committee chairman, said this week that the agency’s behavior on the Pebble Mine project “demonstrates how the EPA is truly out of control.”
Why did the EPA spend $1.4 million on guns?
My latest on Breitbart…
My commentary in today’s Washington Times.
Watch Steve Milloy’s 38-minute dismantling of the Obama EPA’s most important junk science-based assumption — that fine particles from power plants kill people.
There’s good news and bad news. Click for my entire Breitbart column.
A good, but limited, victory against EPA.
Be there at 4pm or watch live online. Details…
Take a look at just the first “independent reviewer.”
Although no one knows exactly what the final form of the EPA rules will be, one thing is certain and that is EPA’s stated legal basis for the rules.
Amen to that.
EPA claims its CO2 rules will reduce electricity prices 8% by 2030. In an unreleased report, the Department of Energy begs to differ.
My how time flies — and nothing gets done.
The fake Willie Soon controversy comes back to bite Harvard in the rear.
Remember just two months ago when the media savaged climate skeptic Willie Soon for supposedly failing to disclose industry funding? It’s a pity the media doesn’t.
No CO2 rules. No new ozone rules. No more “science” grants or grants of any kind. No more regional offices… and less! It is no longer the 1970s. Environmental protection needs to be rethought.
Click for the letter.
On April 28, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee will vote on this pet project of JunkScience.com:
What if you exposed humans to 300 parts per billion of ozone, while exercising or under heat stress, and nothing happened to them?
Final vote: 241-175.
JunkScience.com helped make this happen.
More on the ‘most transparent administration.”
Greenwire’s Robin Bravender and Amanda Peterka apparently can’t even manage he-said-she-said journalism. EPA said everything was okay and, well, what else matters — especially if you’re a journalist who wants to have access to EPA in the future?
The latest episode in the continuing saga of EPA’s illegal human experiments.
But the agency still defends the tests as necessary for public policy — yet another illegal rationale.