Posts Tagged ‘ EPA ’

Top GOP Senator Spills Beans On Real Goal Of EPA

Mar 19th, 2017 | By

President Trump is right to use his first federal budget to gut the Environmental Protection Agency and eradicate the cornerstones of Obama’s climate change strategy, says U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., because the EPA is being used as a tool by the left to kill free enterprise …



Missouri Senator Promotes ‘Enforce The Law Act’ Against Obama

Sep 4th, 2014 | By

Whether we’re talking about President Barack Obama’s threats to take executive action on immigration, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) blatant executive regulatory overreach, or Health and Human Services (HHS) cherry-picking which ObamaCare provisions to enforce and which to delay – this president and his administration have a very bad habit of ignoring the law and the Constitution.



Inspector’s General Point To Obama Administration’s Obstruction Of Justice

Aug 18th, 2014 | By

Congress and the American people should be extremely concerned by the behavior of the administration and the serious charges made by almost four dozen IGs whose responsibilities range across the entire spectrum of the federal government, from the Justice Department to the Environmental Protection Agency to the National Security Agency. The only thing more dangerous than an administration that abuses its power is an administration that tries to hide what it is doing from taxpayers, voters, and our elected representatives in Congress.



Senator Ted Cruz Issues Tax Day Message

Apr 15th, 2013 | By

Our nation cannot survive uncontrolled regulatory tyranny or unrestrained trillion dollar a year budgets. We must defend our nation from corrupt and immoral politicians who buy votes with our tax dollars and destroy productive Americans.



EPA Head Resigns After Secret Email Account Exposed

Dec 28th, 2012 | By

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott was glad to see Jackson resign. He issued the following statement about her departure: “It’s been a struggle dealing with the overreaching, agenda-driven Jackson-led EPA. Hopefully the new Administrator will take jobs and the economy into consideration. Texas will continue to take legal action if the new Administrator exceeds the bounds of the law.” In other words, “good riddance.”



JOB-KILLING OBAMA REGULATIONS WILL SHUT DOWN U.S. ENERGY PRODUCTION

Apr 27th, 2012 | By

by Ken Timmerman (Kensington, MD) – Republican 8th District Congressional nominee Ken Timmerman called for a responsible new U.S. energy policy that will make the United States truly energy independent while weaning us off of foreign oil and needless petroleum wars. “We need an American can-do energy policy that will help the United States break

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Will Mitt Romney Keep Gina McCarthy & Lisa Jackson If Elected?

Dec 23rd, 2011 | By

A commentator at the Wall Street Journal points out today that the EPA bureaucrat responsible for crafting the new Utility MACT rule — Gina McCarthy — was a member of Mitt Romney’s cabinet when he served as the governor of Massachusetts. According to Joseph Drago: The National Journal calls Ms. McCarthy President Obama’s “green quarterback,”

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GINGPAC Endorsed Legislator Gets Pro-Business, Anti-EPA Bill Passed

Oct 6th, 2011 | By

October 6, 2011 – Yesterday evening, the House passed a bill that protects cement manufacturing companies from draconian EPA rules. The legislation was sponsored by Rep. John Sullivan of Oklahoma. His bill, H.R. 2681, the Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act of 2011, will protect cement workers from being laid off as well as construction workers

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House Passes Sullivan-Sponsored TRAIN Act

Sep 26th, 2011 | By

  September 26, 2011 – Last week, the House of Representatives passed the TRAIN Act, a bill to reign in the Environmental Protection Agency from its overregulation jihad against American businesses. The legislation was sponsored by GING-PAC endorsed legislator Oklahoma Republican Representative John Sullivan. In an email to his constituents, Sullivan noted: “I am proud

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