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The researcher who exposed former EPA chief Lisa P. Jackson's private email account is now taking aim at her potential successor — and is expanding the inquiry into the world of mobile phone text messages, which are shaping up as the next frontier in open-records legal battles.
While helping to clean up America, the Environmental Protection Agency didn't always buy American.
The Environmental Protection Agency's aerial surveillance policy isn't earning many fans in the Midwest.
The Obama administration has heard from plenty of critics over its handling — and endless delays — of the Keystone XL pipeline. But now it's taking fire from its own Environmental Protection Agency, which is blasting the State Department for an "insufficient" review of the massive Canada-to-Texas oil sands project.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday raised objections to the State Department's newest draft environmental review of the proposed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has now missed its April 13 deadline for finalizing rules limiting greenhouse-gas emissions from new power plants. The rules as proposed included an unattainable standard for new coal plants that would have left the nation unable to use its most plentiful energy source.
Just as the word "liberal" has given way to the less-tarnished "progressive," it's hard to find "global warming" in environmental groups' materials celebrating April 22 as Earth Day.
American businesses know how difficult it can be to comply with government regulations, such as those put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration and, of course, the Internal Revenue Service. Strict adherence to these mandates requires dotting the i's and crossing the t's. It's all about accountability. So why is it that we don't hold our government to the same standard? If ours is a government of the people, by the people and for the people, as President Lincoln believed, shouldn't government be accountable as well?
Americans must no longer ignore false realities and double standards that threaten our health and prosperity.