Since the end of May, we’ve been following the story of Larry Keller and his dealings with the bloated, out of control Environmental Protection Agency. What started with a simple one sentence email, in response to an average bureaucrat doing what average big government bureaucrats do, turned into an eye-opening odyssey that I’m sure Mr. Keller will not soon forget. I know I won’t.
If you’re not familiar with the story, I urge you to visit these other posts I’ve written about Mr. Keller’s plight with the EPA. The whole story is sordid, disgusting, and is a glaring example of what is wrong with big, out of control government. Unfortunately, this story, amazingly, has gone largely unnoticed.
Believe me when I tell you that I use the word unnoticed with a fair amount of incredulity. When I first heard Mr. Keller’s story on my local talk radio show (Pete Kaliner), I was shocked when I came home, googled Larry’s name along with EPA, and found virtually nothing except for a post on a local Tea Party website.
I wrote a post, Instapundit linked it, and others followed; I got in touch with Pete Kaliner, who put me in touch with Mr. Keller, and we’ve all been working together so to speak, trying to shed light on this disturbing account of big government run amok. In the meantime, the Asheville Tribune newspaper and the Carolina Journal had been covering the story as well.
Read more at EPAabuse.com. By Shannon Bell.
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