If the EPA doesn’t believe in science, what is it good for?

What’s left when the Environmental Protection Agency throws facts out the window? J3SSL33 via Flickr The EPA is required to act when emissions pose a danger to human heath and welfare. Note: This is part four of a four-part series about the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The agency, its policies, and the science that…


  1. Bad regulations have to be judged not by the good intentions they were born from, but by the harmful impact they have on people’s lives and livelihoods. The EPA is a noble idea with a noble mission, but in it current incarnation it is at best, an embarrassment to our society. Give it the axe, and then take a more reasoned approach toward environmental stewardship.

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