Thursday, September 29, 2011

Private Property Rights and the EPA - #3284 - VIDEO: Property Rights for Sale, Inquire With the EPA - Human Events (2) EPA Inspector General Calls Greenhouse Gas Regulatory Process Flawed - Daily Caller


Property Rights for Sale, Inquire With the EPA - Human Events - In 2005, Mike and Chantell Sackett bought a piece of land in Idaho, and set about building a modest home on their $23,000 lot. The dreadful flaming eye of the Environmental Protection Agency soon turned upon them, and they were told their little half-acre parcel of land, which is located about five hundred feet away from a lake, was a federally protected wetland. If you’re familiar with the EPA, you can guess what happened next. As Bloomberg Businessweek reported in April 2011: The Sacketts say they were stunned. The owners of an excavation company, they had secured all the necessary local permits. And Chantell Sackett says that before work began, she drove two hours to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to consult with an Army Corps of Engineers official. She says the official told her orally, though not in writing, that she didn’t need a federal permit. “We did all the right things,” she says. The EPA issued an order requiring the Sacketts to put the land back the way it was, removing the piles of fill material and replanting the vegetation they had cleared away. The property was to be fenced off and the Sacketts would be required to submit annual reports about its condition to the EPA. The agency threatened to fine them up to $32,500 a day until they complied. Read more...... AW: Please watch this video, and read this article, the EPA under the Obama Administration is out of control, this could happen to any of us.


EPA Inspector General Calls Greenhouse Gas Regulatory Process Flawed - Daily Caller - In response to a report that could lead to questions about the credibility of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) , Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Inhofe, ranking member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, is calling for hearings to investigate. The report — from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the EPA — reveals that the scientific basis, on which the administration’s endangerment finding for greenhouse gases hinged, violated the EPA’s own peer review procedure. In a report released Wednesday (at Sen. Inhofe’s request, dating back to April) the inspector general found that the EPA failed to follow the Data Quality Act and its own peer review process when it issued the determination that greenhouse gases cause harm to “pubic health and welfare.” Read more........

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