Monday, January 02, 2017


a major award                                                 

In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency is so concerned that they’re mulling fining people who burn wood to stay warm.
The New York Times reports the Environmental Protection Agency could soon declare the Alaskan cities of Fairbanks and North Pole, which have a combined population of about 100,000, in “serious” noncompliance of the Clean Air Act early next year.

Like most people in Alaska, the residents of those frozen cities are burning wood to keep themselves warm this winter. Smoke from wood-burning stoves increases small-particle pollution, which settles in low-lying areas and can be breathed in. The EPA thinks this is a big problem. Eight years ago, the agency ruled that wide swaths of the most densely populated parts of the region were in “non-attainment” of federal air quality standards.  [FULL]
Killing The EPA Goliath is one promise I'm hold Trump to.  For starters.


Anonymous said...

IIRC Nixon put this parasite in place by executive order and the compliant Congress affirmed the miserable monster. It started off simple and even sorta good but, once power hit their lips they sucked it until the honey flowed.....I know it is filthy but so are they.

I can only hope it is given the death it deserves - a fiery, miserable thing that affirms that adults are running the show now.


Anonymous said...

ok -- no wood burning.

burn bureaucrats.

Anonymous said...

So what's the difference? They're all dead wood.

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