Make no mistake about it, environmentalism is no longer your friend.
Since pResident Barack Hussein Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued 2,827 new final regulations, equaling 24,915 pages in the Federal Register, totaling approximately 24,915,000 words.
The Gutenberg Bible is only 1,282 pages and 646,128 words. Thus, the new EPA regulations issued by the Obama Administration contain 19 times as many pages as the Bible and 38 times as many words.
The Obama EPA regulations have 22 times as many words as the entire Harry Potter series, which includes seven books with 1,084,170 words. They have 5,484 times as many words as the U.S. Constitution, which has 4,543 words, including the signatures; and 17,088 times as many words as the Declaration of Independence, which has 1,458 words including signatures.
Governor Jan Brewer (R-Arizona)
The Arizona Senate has approved a resolution rebuking the EPA and calling upon the legislature to nullify its unconstitutional activities within the state.
Senate Resolution 1003 (SR1003) states emphatically that “the Members of the Senate support the nullification in the State of Arizona of all rules imposed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.”
Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow
CFACT files amicus brief with Supreme Court:
EPA emissions rules violate Constitution’s separation of powers
They are harmful, arbitrary, capricious and fraudulent
Washington, DC: The Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow has filed an amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, in support of petitioner Southeastern Legal Foundation in its action on the merits of the Environmental Protection Agency’s claim that atmospheric carbon dioxide “endangers” the public health and welfare of American citizens, by “contributing to” climate change. CFACT argues that –
MICHAEL TAYLOR & BARRY SOETORO
Right now former Monsanto super lobbyist Michael Taylor is busy crafting new food safety rules at the FDA that could drive tens of thousands of America’s small, local and organic family farmers out of business.
That’s right, Michael Taylor, the former Monsanto lawyer who crafted the FDA’s 1992 policy that won’t allow GMO labeling in the U.S., is back at the FDA, this time appointed by the Obama administration as the new food safety czar.
Mariana fruit dove
Pagan Island, an idyllic Pacific Island in the Marianas, home to thousands of species of flora and fauna, some of them unique, and enjoying a perfect ecological balance, is facing Armageddon: in March of 2013 the US military announced its intention to use the Island as a live-fire training range. In plain English, they plan to blast it to pieces.
This is not the first time the US military will either take over an island or trash it, and then leave it uninhabitable for decades to come. It has happened before, countless times. It happened in San Clemente, it happened in Diego Garcia, it happened in Vieques, in Ka’ula, in Kaho’olawe, in Farallon de Medinilla, in Kwajelein, Enewetak and Bikini.
Nominees Ernest Moniz, left, and Gina McCarthy, second from left, listen as U.S. pResident Barack Obama announces personnel nominations in the East Room of the White House in in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 4, 2013. Obama announced three cabinet-level nominations, choosing Sylvia Mathews Burwell of the Wal-Mart Foundation as director of the Office of Management and Budget, scientist Moniz as head of the Energy Department, and McCarthy to lead the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), where she?s been an assistant administrator. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images
To: Gina McCarthy, [Rothschild's No Conscious Amoral Sociopathic Reprobate] Administrator of the [Banker's] Environmental Protection Agency [Scheme].
Whereas, the Obama EPA’s recently proposed restrictions on coal-fired power plants would virtually prohibit future coal plants from being constructed;
Whereas, the American economy depends on affordable and plentiful energy, and the United States has enough coal to power its economy affordably for centuries to come;