There has been talk of neutering the EPA by many of the current GOP, Presidential Candidates. History has shown us that any human entity, if given enough time and power, will always begin to meddle and abuse their power. Whether it is from a lack of anything more purposeful to do, and a need to show others that they deserve the power that’s been given to them. Or, from a truly sincere (albeit misplaced) desire to do good. The EPA has been and continues to run roughshod over the Constitution and “everyone’s” rights of property as protected and upheld by the Supreme Court.
Currently the EPA is destroying the viable energy sources with their interpretation of “Global Warming” and Co2 emissions. Now, they plan to do the same by re-interpreting what “bodies” of water the Federal government has the right(s) to regulate.
Truth is always scarier than fiction. First they came for the control of your money, then they came for the control of your air, presently they are gaining control and locking up the land and shortly they will do the same to your water. All of these elements are integral to the US Citizen’s “Rights of Property”.
Okay, I am saying it again! Agenda 21 for Sustainable Development, is stealing “the American Dream”. Please, let’s clean house of these globalists who have corrupted the Constitution to the point that the Youth are being lied to in our public schools and won’t even know what true freedom and liberty is.
Prepare To Have That Puddle in Your Back Yard Regulated.
Monday, November 21st at 5:00PM EST
Just as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has used the Clean Air Act to broaden the scope of their authority way beyond its original intention with rules like MACT and
Barack Obama and the EPA’s Lisa Jackson have made it clear through their actions that they will circumvent the legislature by using regulatory enforcement to enact Obama’s green dreams, and now it seems that circumvention includes the Supreme Court of the United States.
During the Bush presidency, a series of Supreme Court decisions acknowledged the limits of reach for the Clean Water Act. Most notably, the Supreme Court clarified that federal jurisdiction did not extend to wetlands and other “waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act. Through the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook Country v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (2001) and Raponos v. U.S. (2006) the Supreme Court established that private property rights still mattered even in light of the Clean Water Act and that the federal government did not have authority over them.
This of course isn’t stopping Barack Obama and Lisa Jackson from moving forward anyway. Click here to read the full story.