A Promise of Environmental Justice for All Americans
Dec 20, 2010
Last week, the Obama Administration hosted a first of its kind event a White House forum to give a national voice to under-represented American communities that shoulder a disproportionate amount of pollution. Environmental justice is a concept that began decades ago. It’s a movement that argues that every American, regardless of income level or minority status, deserves strong Federal protection from environmental and health hazards.
The Department of Homeland Security: Protecting our borders...and our civil rights?
The youngest department of the United States government had a draft of their environmental justice strategy available for public commentary earlier this month, and commentary was certainly needed. Their plan is based on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as well as the original Executive Order (http://www.epa.gov/fedreg/eo/eo12898.htm) signed by President Bill Clinton that required every government agency to consider environmental justice in their plans. That document was signed before the Department of Homeland Security existed.
I have been saying all along that oscumma was obubba in blackface...well, in tan face.
“That document was signed before the Department of Homeland Security existed.”
Jew hater Obama brought EO 1898 back from the dead with his “Memorandum of Understanding” in 2010.
This only promises to get worse. It will not get any better.
God help us all.