Environment

Did the EPA Abuse It’s Authority to Influence the 2012 presidential election?

July 24, 2014
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Perhaps the better question is, is there a government agency Obama hasn’t exploited for political gain? Full pdf of the Landmark Legal release here.

(LEESBURG, VA) — Landmark Legal Foundation today asked Federal District Judge Royce Lamberth to sanction the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for destroying or failing to preserve emails and...

Shale oil supply shock: US to go from leading global importer, to exporter

May 14, 2013
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Provided the environmentalists don’t muck it up.

A steeper-than-expected rise in US shale oil reserves is about to change the global balance of power between new and existing producers, a report says.

Over the next five years, the US will account for a third of new oil supplies, according to the International Energy...

Photo: Utah cabin’s uninvited guests – 60,000 bees

May 5, 2013
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That’s a lot of Bees! Click photo to enlarge.

“We figure we got 15 pounds of bees out of there,” said Bachman, who said that converts to about 60,000 honeybees.

Bachman was called to the A-frame cabin last month in Eden, Utah. Taking apart a panel that hid roof rafters, he had no...

Liberal Media’s War On Women Targets Kelly Ayotte With Both Barrels Over Background Checks

May 2, 2013
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Liberal media’s assault on NH Senator Kelly Ayotte for simply being in favor of a full debate on new gun legislation has gotten so bad and so obvious, her hometown newspaper has had to come to her defense.

A senators job is to study the issues that come before the Senate, to...

Mexican first-responders fined for abusing young bear

October 19, 2012
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Photo via Change.org. I’m not for unnecessarily tormenting animals by any means. But that government is talking tougher about these guys, than they do drug cartels.

 “This is outrageous,” Environment Secretary Juan Elvira Quesada said. “We are going to go after these people with all the force of the law.”

Mexican authorities have fined a volunteer fire...

Election 2012 and Obama’s Green Agenda

October 9, 2012
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If you have 30 minutes to spend and didn’t catch it when it aired, you could do much worse than viewing Brett Bair’s insightful look into the EPA and Obama’s green agenda. In a way, it’s a look below the headlines into the consequences of the results of November’s election, as...