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“Cap and Tax” is back!

Shhh… listen closely. You hear that whooshing sound? No, that’s not the wind… That’s the sound of American energy jobs disappearing forever down the drain of political correctness and expediency. The EPA will unveil new rules today that will require power plants to cut carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030 as a centerpiece of […]


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Government employee of the year?

The Environmental Protection Agency gave a performance bonus to an employee who spent most of his time watching porn. On first glance this may seem like an outrage but considering that the time he spent watching porn was time he was not violating our property rights and trying to stop people in Alaska from burning wood. […]


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More businesses being destroyed than created

According to  a new study from the Brookings Institution, between 2009-2011, for the first time since 1978, more businesses were being destroyed than were created. From The Washington Post: The American economy is less entrepreneurial now than at any point in the last three decades. That’s the conclusion of a new study out from the Brookings […]


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EPA pays out nearly $500K in unauthorized bonuses

According to a report from the Environmental Protection Agency Inspector General, the EPA gave out  $481,819 in unauthorized bonuses between 2006 and 2013. From Fox News: An Inspector General (IG) investigation found that 11 EPA employees received $481,819 in unauthorized retention bonuses between 2006 and 2013. The bonuses are meant to incentivize employees who receive […]


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EPA exposed humans to high levels of pollutants

According to a recently released government report, the Environmental Protection Agency has been performing experiments on humans, exposing them to high levels of pollutants, in order to measure their effects. From The Daily Caller The agency conducted tests on people with health issues and the elderly, exposing them to high levels of potentially lethal pollutants, […]


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