The Clean Water Act Goes Too Far

In 1972, Congress passed the Clean Water Act under its constitutional authority to regulate interstate commerce. The law enabled the EPA to establish rules to protect the quality and sustainability […]

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Texas vs. EPA

Pat Caddell recently opined that the American peoples’ mood – after being repeatedly shoved by the radical left – is ‘pre-revolutionary’. Ordinarily, I’d be inclined to dismiss Pat’s comment as […]

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Welcome to the Administrative State

Hidden beneath the uproar of electoral politics, oil spills and the like is a mini-uproar over the EPA’s new lead paint rules, which will probably double the cost of every […]

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