CommentsNewt Gingrich is right! Scrap the useless EPA.
As I recall, the EPA was started by jimmy carter.. another one of his useless bureaucratic fiascoes, There are sufficient numbers of local, state & federal agencies to protect the environment..we don't need the EPA-tyrants. All they do is kill business and write new regulations (laws) which they don't have the authority to do.
The EPA directors have already said they want to wipe out the oil business with excessive roadblocks.. Meanwhile, we still import oil that we could be pumping on our own soil.
This is a conspiracy to sabotage our economy!
Posted by George from Atlanta on 06/25 at 06:57 PM | #
EPA Adjusts Rules for Cement Kilns after Courts Rein in the Agency’s Overreaching Agenda
Posted by EPW Blog on Jun 25, 2012 at 05:40 PM
"This should be a wake-up call to the Senate to start doing its job to rein in an agency that is clearly out-of-control"
Washington, D.C. - Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, responded to today’s announcement that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will reduce the regulatory burden on Portland cement makers and delay the compliance deadline for two years, saying that this is the latest in a long list of Agency actions that have had to be reined in because EPA exceeded its authority. This announcement follows a federal court ruling last December that halted a part of the 2010 Portland Cement rule, sending EPA back to revise particulate matter emissions limits for existing and new kilns.More...
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