Flint Was Not the First: A Look at the History of the EPA & Why We Should Have Predicted Flint: “(Virginia Tech professor Marc) Edwards…opened the case much wider, referring to disasters from nearly a decade ago in which the EPA engaged in willful negligence. He pointed specifically to the crisis in Washington, D.C. in 2004 in which the water conditions were drastically worse than that in Flint.
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Shikha Dalmia, a Senior Analyst with the Reason Foundation, joins Managing Editor of Environment & Climate News H. Sterling Burnett. Dalmia, a resident of Michigan, joins Burnett to discuss the Flint water crisis.
The Michigan State Senate approved a compact calling for a federal balanced budget amendment on September 17. The vote happened on Constitution Day. The compact passed the Republican-controlled Senate by[…]
Donny Kendal and John Nothdurft host the first episode of the “In The Tank”, a weekly podcast that will feature interviews, debates, roundtable discussions, and stories and light hearted segments on a variety of topics on the latest news from a right of center perspective. The show will be available for download as a podcast every Friday.
Washington state is conservative, except for Seattle, which delivers the entire state’s electoral votes for the most left-wing plausible candidate every four years. The same is true of Oregon, except[…]
I could cite a boatload of figures showing states with “right-to-work” laws have been better economic performers than those where people can be forced into labor unions as a condition[…]
Poor guy. He’s tied up in burdensome regulation. Having this conversation with your seven year-old may very well end in tears, but its businesses and consumers that are really crying.[…]
The massive success of voucher program expansion by intrepid legislators this past year in Indiana, Wisconsin, and Ohio has commentators in nearby states begging their own legislators to share the[…]
The president of the Detroit Federation of Teachers (DFT) wants substitute teachers to, basically, stop teaching. He’s instructing them to do the bare minimum required of them–no writing of lesson[…]