Skip to comments.How Many Jobs Are Threatened by the EPA in YOUR District?
Posted on 03/06/2014 7:05:50 AM PST by rktman
The Obama Administration is trying to regulate Americans livelihoods away. Will Congress do anything to stop it?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pushing regulation of greenhouse gasessomething even its own officials have admitted would have no noticeable impact on the climate.
New Heritage research shows the devastating impact it would have, however, on American manufacturing jobs.
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ALL of them.
The EPA is just one tool in the quest to shut down industry, capitalism, and the economy.
The EPA should be closed.
We are capable of ensuring clean air and water without 100,000 desk jockies trying to grow their power and empire.
1,200 jobs in my district doesn’t sound like much but how much does it cost for taxpayers to support 1200 people.
Good information, thanks for posting.
I wonder how many jobs the existing regulations have already destroyed.
The trite notion of “trickle down” is in fact, a demonstrable reality.
The proper term is the “mulitplier effect”.
Liberal recently began acknowledging it, citing it as a benefit of gov’t handouts.
They continue to deny it exists in the free market.
The simple fact is the factories and the businesses, creating high wages in a community, create the need for the rest of the support business functions in the community.
The EPA must be shut down. Its the only way to stop the insanity.
You get it.
Its amazing how few people even here at FR understand how manufacturing works. A factory simply doesn’t survive on its own. It takes a whole range of support industries and supports a whole range of industries.
I’ve never been employed by any of the big automakers but I’ve done plenty of work for their suppliers. Even when I worked in printing we produced primarily automotive manuals. Then there were the party stores I stopped at every day, the pizza places I ordered pizzas from and my weekly trip to town for groceries.