The reality is that increased costs from EPA sulfur regs are a red herring.
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The governing class’s obsession with Green religion can seem eccentric were its public policy intentions not so greedy.
If it seemed like retiring EPA chief Lisa Jackson carried out her job with a religious zeal, you’d be right. Barack Obama’s pick as his first EPA administrator told a 2010 National Council of Churches conference in New Orleans that government and religious leaders must unite in their “moral obligation” to heal the planet and “build on … Continue Reading →
Tuesday the U.S. Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia gave the EPA a blank check to run roughshod over U.S. industry without congressional input. This breathtaking affirmation of an agency’s power over the U.S. economy is a reminder in this week of Decision Obamacare how a narrow 5-4 Supreme Court ruling can profoundly change America’s … Continue Reading →