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SATURDAY, DEC 14, 2013  |  5 comments
EPA Water Police Coming to Your Farm, Business — and Back Yard
Predictably, the EPA’s expansive claim to regulatory power is being cheered by “environmental” NGOs that applaud every move to expand, concentrate, and centralize the power and reach of government. And just as predictably, the EPA proposal is generating vigorous opposition from property owners, farmers, ranchers, and industry, as well as state and local governments, who will be directly affected by any new EPA rulemaking on these matters.

The EPA’s new study, Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Review and Synthesis of the Scientific Evidence, is generating controversy for its claims and methodology, as well as for the political nature of its release before being subjected to scientific peer review. Since passage of the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) in 1972, the EPA has been torturing the law’s text to claim practically unlimited jurisdiction over all waters. However, the ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ran across this when looking for the weather report. "Bee" careful A World Without Bees? (Includes Video)
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
numbers 1 & 2 don't necessarily invalidate number 3. As I pointed out in water control situations,especially in the western states, there is a battle that goes on between in pollution situations you had coal plants with very tall chimneys that spread very nasty pollutants over several states. So it took the federal government to manage that situation.

however, it's one thing to control that, and to manage coal plants companies out of existence who are working onthe pollution problem and maybe have that problem under control.

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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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1)The EPA is concentrating on the Eastern part of the country, and doesn't understand apparently, the needs and problems of the middle part of the USA.

2)The Chesapeake Bay that the Federal government is trying to clean up, will have different solutions than what might be problems in the Middle America.

3)In effect, to have state governments to cooperate on watersheds and other pollution problems, it will take a Federal referee at times to sort out the problems.

1)Why would anyone expect any federal authority to be capable of understanding all the needs and problems of the whole country?

2)True. But as experience has shown, the feds look to impose equal outcomes(solutions) everywhere. It's what happens when expertise is appointed, rather than earned.

3)See your numbers 1 and 2

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I heard an interesting radio program just before I got on SA today, actually I was typing on a tablet at the same time, which no doubt, didn't add to either task But, anyway, it was an interview with the retiring head of the Nebraska Environmental agency. Water is highly important to Nebraskans, I believe he said that 85% get their water from grown water wells. Nebraskans have to keep on nitrate contamination because of the heavy fertilizing that is being done. The retiring head did point out Nebraska farmers are doing a better job of controlling nitrate contamination.

He was somewhat ambivalent toward the EPA. The EPA is concentrating on the Eastern part of the country, and doesn't understand apparently, the needs and problems of the middle part of the USA. The Chesapeake Bay that the Federal government is trying to clean up, will have different solutions than what might be problems in the Middle America.

I don't think it was this fellow, but some Nebr. official I heard earlier who pointed out things would be a whole lot simpler if state boundaries followed watersheds. In effect, to have state governments to cooperate on watersheds and other pollution problems, it will take a Federal referee at times to sort out the problems.

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