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Richard Windsor is Just the Tip of the Iceberg -- A Call for Greater Congressional Oversight of EPA

5428 Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 9:56 AM
Why more of the Public hasn'st had enough of the EPA or as my dad called them JPA(JOB PROTECTION AGENCY)is beyond me. Especially with obomba in there. Have you ever been to Washington and seen HOW LARGE THIER BUILDING IS????? Talk about Government WASTE....It's time for the Conservative Party to start working and putting a STOP TO ALOT OF THIER NONSENSE....anything against the AMERICAN PEOPLE IS what this joke of an agency does...

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has become increasingly notorious for overstepping its authority. The “Richard Windsor” email scandal has given us a glimpse into the wheelings and dealings at the agency and has underscored the need for greater Congressional oversight over the way EPA conducts its business, but unfortunately, it is only the tip of the iceberg.

Some of the more blatant examples of regulatory overreach are widely publicized, but other transgressions are related to process. As Sen. Mike Johanns (R, Nebraska), who last month introduced an EPA transparency bill package, has put it: “it’s not simply what...