Government runs at pre-industrial speeds. Why not try fast, smooth, pleasant and accurate?
Had the Obama "WOTUS" rule not been repealed, landowners would have had to get permits from federal bureaucrats before making any significant modifications to their property.
The Obama administration’s WOTUS rule was that it broadened the scope of federal control so much that even ditches that happened to fill with water could fall under the government’s “navigable waters” scope of authority.
Bad habits are hard to shed. And if you are a bureaucrat at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who has become accustomed to throwing the agency’s considerable weight around, why turn over a new leaf?
A boost for American energy independence.
What was the advantage of bringing in a weaker version of Obama’s misguided Clean Power Plan?
Read remarks by President Trump, EPA Administrator Wheeler and others on America's environmental success story.
The Trump administration has officially ended Obama’s war on coal. CFACT Collegians attend in support.
EPA's finding that carbon dioxide represents a dangerous public health and safety "pollutant" should finally be subjected to a proper "high level" peer review as required by the U.S. Information Quality Act (IQA).
Let’s finally review the Endangerment Finding used to justify trillions in climate and energy costs.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is a nearly 50-year-old federal statute that has come to symbolize Washington’s bureaucratic inertia.
BY WILLIAM KOVACS: without independent testing of the factual claims establishing its Finding, EPA retains the power to regulate all energy-producing and energy-using activities throughout the United States – and thus to regulate our production, consumption, transportation, employment base and living standards.
Gabriella Hoffman: President Obama’s EPA deemed all bodies of water—including puddles and ditches— as “navigable waters” subject to regulation under the WOTUS rule.
By rolling back Obama’s 2015 “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, the administration has put an end to the biggest power grab in the 48-year history of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
By Steve Goreham. Our modern society suffers from “chemophobia." Will insects eat our crops or people? Scientific evidence shows that everyday exposure to synthetic pesticides is negligible and that widespread pesticide fears are unfounded.