Month: April 2016
The rule of law should reign supreme in any peaceful society, and when the law is broken society’s enforcers should do their duty to the best of their ability. But what if a law is oppressive or unjust?
Colorado Republicans blasted the agency after the Durango Heraldreported that an EPA official nixed some of La Plata County’s proposed cooperative agreement for $2.4 million in spill-related costs over 10 years at a Wednesday meeting of the county’s board of commissioners.
Washington, D.C. wildfires are crucial to the restoration of a healthy political environment.
It is truly unfortunate that politicians, special interest groups and the media control the narrative on fracking, even though it’s been used for decades.
After decades of neglect, the Park Service has reported a backlog of $12 billion in deferred maintenance projects, and it shows.
“The state plans work,” said Bishop. “This proposal is only about controlling land, not saving the bird.”
Obama plans to expand the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument northward from New Mexico into the San Luis Valley run into opposition.
“The whatsupstream.com campaign appears to be part of an alarming trend where EPA engages in funding advocacy efforts against the very entities it is seeking to regulate,” the representatives stated. “EPA cannot systematically choose when it wishes to follow the law and when it does not.”
As a nation, the United States reduced its carbon emissions by 2 percent from last year. Over the past 14 years, our carbon emissions are down more than 10 percent. On a per-unit-of-GDP basis, U.S. carbon emissions are down by closer to 20 percent.
In this disaster, over three million gallons of toxic wastewater unleashed into the Cement Creek, a tributary of the Animas River and then flowed downstream to the San Juan River, affecting thousands of lives on the Navajo Nation.