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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Steven Milloy
Steve Milloy's recent Op-Ed ("Did Obama's EPA relaunch Tuskegee experiments?" Commentary, April 25) makes allegations about critical scientific research into how air pollution might contribute to abnormal heart rhythms.
When I saw Steve Milloy's attack on the bedrock clean-air laws that protect Americans from pollution, I could only think of the many children admitted to hospitals for asthma attacks on days when smog levels are sky-high and children who miss many days of school because of breathing problems they can't keep up with their classmates ("Show us the bodies, EPA," Commentary, July 21).
Who are Republicans for Environmental Protection (REP)?
"Buyer beware. The carbon offset calculator preys on people's conscience — particularly those who don't realize you can't stop climate change, because it changes no matter what we do," Mr. Milloy said.
"This is all nonsense. It's a racket, and it's sad to see a government agency involved in it," said Steven Milloy, editor of the online news watchdog Junkscience.com and an adjunct scholar with the Competitive Enterprise Institute.