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Journal editor Falsely Reports EPA Human Experiment, rejects request to retract report

The whitewash of the EPA’s unethical, if not illegal, human experiments has gone interagency. After Steve Milloy broke the news of EPA’s unethical-to-illegal human experiments in a Washington Times commentary, Milloy wrote on April 25, 2012 to Hugh Tilson, editor of the journal Environmental Health Perspectives(EHP), requesting retraction of the EHP-published case report of the experiment, asserting that the published […]

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EPA denies conducting unethical human experiments; Facts show otherwise

  Wayne Cascio, director of EPA’s Environmental Public Health Division, responds to Steve Milloy’s Washington Times commentary accusing EPA of conducting unethical human experiments or, in the alternative, exaggerating the dangers of airborne fine particulate matter. Cascio’s letter is below. Milloy’s comments are in bolded brackets. We have been busy on this issue since the Washington Times commentary was […]

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Bush EPA Administrator On Obama Green Energy Welfare?

  Not surprisingly, he says nice things about the Obama EPA. Politico reports, Stephen Johnson is one of a handful of people who know first-hand what EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson is dealing with. So the George W. Bush-era EPA chief does not want to criticize his successor. “I made a conscious decision not to be […]

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EPA: Lisa Jackson Makes A Power Play

  “The rest of the purported benefits—to be precise, 99.99%—come by double-counting pollution reductions like soot that the EPA regulates through separate programs and therefore most will happen anyway. Using such “co-benefits” is an abuse of the cost-benefit process and shows that Cass Sunstein’s team at the White House regulatory office—many of whom opposed the […]

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Time To Leash Obama’s EPA

  Will House Republicans squander an entire year of effort to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency? Since the 112th Congress began, House Republicans have talked tough about EPA overregulation. They’ve held a multitude of hearings. They’ve passed a number of bills to rein in EPA regulatory excesses, from the TRAIN Act imposing cost-benefit analysis […]

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Junk Science War: Fracking Quakes and ‘Dirty Faces’

Though I write to defend the natural gas industry from the junk science hurled at it and the drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing (fracking), I do so with mixed emotions. Two recent government reports, one from the United Kingdom and the other from Oklahoma, have tried to draw a connection between fracking and seismic […]

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