Skip to comments.Environmentalists win dead zone round against EPA
Posted on 09/23/2013 10:00:07 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Environmental advocates in states along the Mississippi River have won a round toward a long-term goal of having federal standards created to regulate farmland runoff and other pollution blamed for the oxygen-depleted dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and problems in other bodies of water.
In a ruling Friday, U.S. District Judge Jay Zainey in New Orleans gave the Environmental Protection Agency six months to decide whether to set Clean Water Act standards for nitrogen and phosphorous in all U.S. waterways or explain why theyre not needed. The EPA describes the nutrients on its website as one of Americas most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems, affecting every state.
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The issue is never the issue.
The real issue is always the revolution.
The EPA loses these cases on purpose.
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They killed a large chunk of California agriculture. Now they are trying for the Midwest.
The earth is pretty resilient and so are we, but the earth is a gazillion times more resilient than we are. We are less than flecks of dust off the merest pipsqueaks in context. Tomorrow the Yellowstone Caldera could blow (as it will sooner or later, again) and cover half the continental US in several feet of ash. Then where would all these environmental concerns be in the rush to handle the energy needs of helping people survive?
We humans most always feed and clothe and equip ourselves without destroying our own environment. Big deal -- been doing it for the last several thousand years -- if we didn't, we'd be dead. We have better technology. That's the only dif. Government lusts after this excuse to take over for "our" own good.
Americans are sick of being made outlaws by their own government.
Anybody noticing all the American flags up all over the place? Something is brewing, people are stirring. There is a common sentiment united in those flags that trandscends Democrat or Republican.
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