- The Washington Times - Monday, March 14, 2011

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Each day, Americans must contend with the far-flung reach of a bureaucratic government. Gas and food prices go up regularly and our oil rigs are shut down or smothered in seas of red tape, but our elected representatives continue to focus their efforts on drumming up support for their “green” agenda.

Has the Environmental Protection Agency become the strong arm of our president and his Cabinet? The EPA is enforcing laws and regulations that will certainly hinder the future of America.

Surely everyone wants to keep the environment as free of harmful pollutants as possible. But so many of those we have elected to power now use an environment-focused agenda to enthrone themselves with near-total control over the very people they represent.

JAN C. HIPPLE

Centerville, Pa.


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