By Steve Milloy and Dr. John Dale Dunn
August 19, 2011, Washington Times
What if today’s levels of air pollution didn’t kill anybody?
That certainly would be bad news for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has spent the past 15 years stubbornly defending its extraordinarily expensive and ever-tightening air-quality regulations. Continue reading Air-pollution scare debunked
EPA filed its legal brief this afternoon with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit defending its December 2009 decision that CO2 emissions threaten public welfare. Here is the EPA’s summary of its argument: Continue reading EPA files legal brief on endangerment finding
Exelon’s John Rowe, the “Carbon Bandit” may be back for another cap-and-trade raid on taxpayer and ratepayer wallets courtesy of the EPA’s imminent ozone standard. Continue reading EPA to resurrect cap-and-trade through its ozone standard?
by Steve Milloy
August 16, 2011, The Daily Caller
The irony in last week’s Iowa Republican presidential date was that only the RINO slammed the Obama Environmental Protection Agency. Continue reading GOP '12-ers: EPA who?
The EPA has misled the public by promising but failing to consult with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on the impact of the coming slew of EPA utility rules (i.e., EPA Train Wreck) on electricity reliability. Continue reading Shocking: No Obama analysis of anti-coal rules on electricity reliability; Public misled by EPA
The greens are trying to shift focus away from their bogus air quality-related body counts. Continue reading Greens try shifting debate on 'Show us the bodies' challenge
As our economy perhaps heads into another tailspin, it’s worthwhile contemplating how much economic growth and how many jobs President Obama and his comrades are blocking with the EPA and the rest of the federal, state and local regulatory bureaucracies. Continue reading Obama: Job blocker-in-chief
Not only is carbon dioxide physically invisible, when the EPA chooses, it’s also invisible for regulatory purposes. Continue reading Politically correct CO2: EPA to overlook EV emissions
Sen. James Inhofe has asked the EPA inspector General to investigate the EPA’s air quality scientific advisory boards, accusing them of improper bias and financial conflict of interest. Continue reading Inhofe requests inquiry into EPA science advisers
The Brothers Cap-and-Tax are taking aim at efforts to rein in the out-of-control EPA. Continue reading Tales of Waxman and Markey