‘You can’t drink the water in Flint’
More gov’t spending = Fewer problems
‘For the last eight years, politics, not law, drove the shape and character of this country’s environmental regulations’
What’s good for the gander is never good for the liberal.
2.8 billion in costs for refrigerators…
The EPA’s Power Plan will seriously undermine the rule of law, federalism, and the separation of powers.
The rest of the government disagrees with EPA
It needs to be explained why companies in Germany don’t pay fines
The USDA has done what all things government have done — grown into an ever-increasing pain in the keister.
A properly designed price on carbon could be used to eliminate some of the most harmful taxes and regulations.
If the EPA is supposed to protect the public and the environment, it should do so with a modicum of common sense.
Beyond the manufacturers, there will be job losses among stained glass retailers and artists.
‘We … have no confidence that the agency can investigate itself’
The Endangered Species Acts penalty-based approach creates strong incentives for landowners to make their property inhospitable to species.
The most immediate and obvious effects of the Clean Power Plan will be felt on the Navajo Nation, a vulnerable community
It’s time to connect the dots on the growing intolerance on the political left in America.
Today, both candidates are listening to the naysayers.
We need food a whole lot more than we need chaos theory imposed by hyperactive government.
Given the Supreme Court has issued a stay on the Carbon Rule, the EPA is prohibited from forcing States to take action to comply
Golden State sets a good example for federal government bureaucracies