EPA

How Many EPA Employees are “Essential”?
When the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt was tasked with looking to eliminate 25% of the 15,000 employees at the agency, many on the left had heart attacks.
Well I just found an article by Reuters in 2013 that when our federal government was facing a shutdown in 2…
EPA Plowing and Mini Mountain Ranges
We keep talking about the never ending expansion of our Federal government and still it appears that the majority of Americans still crave for more government control because they refuse to vote it out.  Now the EPA is attempting to call the furrows made by farmers plowing their land “min…
Finally a Reasoned Editorial on Flint
I have been telling my listeners for months now that we should keep our powder dry on where to lay blame in the Flint water crises.
As I say on air let us first make sure the people of Flint’s water is safe to drink then let us take a long detailed investigation at what occurred and t…
Water Testing Nationwide a Problem
In researching this Flint water issue I came across an article in Mlive.com which is reporting that water testing for lead and copper in municipal drinking water is a nationwide problem, not only a problem in Flint.
Researchers at Virginia Tech University believe the 1991 EPA rule that regulates how …
Fracking Does Not Harm Drinking Water
Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality say’s that companies in Michigan have been using it to facilitate oil and gas production for about 50 years. Approximately 12,000 wells have been fractured in that time, and fracturing has never jeopardized the environmen…