Charles Battig MD follows up on a little problem–the dog ate the EPA research.
Category Archives: EPA
More on our efforts to expose human experimentation that makes no sense if the EPA is telling the truth about air pollution.
More on the proposed changes in the Clean Water Act from my friend and our ally Gary Baise.
From the Great Lakes to every puddle is what the EPA wants to regulate.
That’s what I am told when failures of grand plans fail.
The XL pipeline gets too much response.
Alinsky said rub a sore.
The Minority Staffers on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee issued a report on the Beal/Brenner/EPA Scandal.
EPA awards over $9,000,000 for chemical life cycle analysis. Hasn’t this already been done? Continue reading
I like this, EPA experimenters are looking for subjects.
I am like a broken record, but its an important tune.
In the recent past, I have waxed eloquent on why there is no way that the EPA can expose people to toxic, lethal or carcinogenic air pollution.
If you want to see a long string of essays by Milloy and Dunn about EPA Misconduct, check out the American Thinker website
This was one of the most comprehensive and well done reports on the EPA misconduct by Matt Vadum.
A typical coal plant is 1000 MW and used to cost 1 billion to build. This Mississippi disaster is now breaking a record for stupid.
Journalists don’t get it because they don’t do research.
Let’s see if we can summarize the human experiments scandal.
Cheating and lying and intimidating and corrupting.