There's a lot of "told you so's" to dish out these days. People chose to believe whatever felt good. They bought into the hype and now that Obama is doing exactly what he said he'd do, they're screaming. Well, some are screaming. A lot of my fellow Americans aren't paying one bit of attention to what's happening to our most wonderful country.
I hate to say it, but it's sad.
I'm listening to Sting singing "It's Probably Me" as I type. Beautiful song, but that phrase "I hate to say it" is influencing my writing
I hate to say it, but it's probably [not] me... it's Obama.
Obama’s EPA Puts Thousands of Mining Jobs at Risk
(CNSNews.com) – Expressing “serious concerns” about the environment, President Barack Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday announced it was putting mountaintop mining permits on hold. Environmental activists cheered the decision, but the National Mining Association warned that the EPA’s action may eliminate high-paying jobs in a relatively poor area of the country.
Congress set to pass wilderness law
Congress is on the verge of passing the most sweeping U.S. wilderness land protection law in 15 years, environmentalists say. The U.S. House of Representatives was set to vote Wednesday on a bill that would declare more than 2 million acres of public land to be wilderness areas in which logging, mining and motorized vehicles would be banned, USA Today reported.Interior Department spokeswoman ...
Obama administration challenging strip mining practices
The Obama administration has begun to put the brakes on the damaging practices of strip mining in the Appalachian Mountains, sharply criticizing two permits — one of them in Kentucky — and promising to closely scrutinize many more.
EPA puts brakes on mountain mining permits
The Obama administration has begun to put the brakes on the damaging practices of strip mining in the Appalachian Mountains, sharply criticizing proposed permits for two operations -- one of them in Kentucky -- and promising closer scrutiny of many more.
Obama to North Dakota: Don't worry about cap and trade
WASHINGTON - North Dakotans worried about the state's robust coal mining and power generation industries shouldn't fear that it will be crippled by a federal "cap and trade" program to regulate greenhouse gases, President Barack Obama said Monday. Mention this ad to receive 20% off our line of supplements: such as Omega-3 Fish Oil and North America's #1 Rated Multi-Vitamin, Vitalize
EPA signals mining crackdown
Using a proposed mine in Kentucky and one in West Virginia as examples, the federal Environmental Pr