The EPA now claims the authority to change a state’s borders, and has done so

Jackass pass, Wind Rivers. I climbed this in 1973 little realizing that the name would become a memorial to future rulers

Jackass pass, Wind Rivers. I climbed this in 1973, little realizing that the name would become a memorial to future rulers

The EPA? Yes indeed, they just decreed that a million acres in Wyoming’s Wind River Mountains belongs to the Shoshones, according to the Clean Air Act. For the first couple of hundred years of this country, we had a constitution, and the powers of government were strictly delineated. In a way, they still are today, but those powers have all been assumed by Obama.

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3 responses to “The EPA now claims the authority to change a state’s borders, and has done so

  1. Libertarian Advocate

    By the time he’s done, the Democrat Party will be universally reviled.

  2. Ivory Tower of Liberal Wisdom

    Congress and Senate cease to have a purpose. They have been dismissed. We can get what we want through our wide regulatory latitude. Plus, we are pushing the boundaries on so many issues the opposition simply can’t keep up.

    And, if you may have noticed, the Ivory Tower will continue to ignore NYS tribal disputes. The Tower wouldn’t want Cuomo to be caught in a sticky situation ahead of 2016. Wyoming? Ha! If you ever saw the Ivory Tower’s internal emails on this you would think Christie’s staff are choir boys/girls.

  3. AJ

    Government gone wild:

    ‘Father sentenced to 6 months in jail for paying too much child support’

    “HOUSTON, TX — A father will spend half of 2014 behind bars for doing too much for his son. After overpaying child support and seeing his son too often — breaking terms that were secretly modified without his knowledge — a judge sentenced him to a lengthy jail sentence.

    Clifford Hall has been doing his best to give care to his 11-year-old son, who lives with his ex-wife. He pays his child support and visits regularly. “I’m his father it’s my responsibility to take care of him,” Hall said.

    Last November, his child support payments were paid in full. Sometime between then and now, the child support agreement between Hall and his wife was modified without his knowledge. Hall wound up overpaying by $3,000, a fact that Harris County District Court Judge Lisa Millard found contemptible.

    Another term that was modified without his knowledge was his visitation schedule. Subsequently, Hall was found to have over-visited his son. …”

    http://www.policestateusa.com/2014/clifford-hall-child-support/