EPA update

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PLEASE SHARE! Sharing with permission. From an Environmental Protection Agency staffer. “So I work at the EPA and yeah it’s as bad as you are hearing: The entire agency is under lockdown, the website, facebook, twitter, you name it is static and can’t be updated. All reports, findings, permits and studies are frozen and not […]

via It’s worse than you thought. PLEASE SHARE! — Lucky Otters Haven

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9 thoughts on “EPA update

  1. They could send their blogs to their mailing list under their new blog name, hence it is not coming from the EPA. All of us bloggers could send the info out too and they could potentially reach a large audience .

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  2. They need to post EPA bulletins privately by opening blogs and then if we know who these blogs are, we can all reblog them. At least it could help as the curtain of censorship falls across our land~

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      1. I understand the sentiment. The U.S. made a ridicukously stupid mistake at what it thought was the end of the Cold War.

        The war was always about democratic principles versus oligarchy.

        The USSR had a socialist oligarchy. Now it has a capitalist oligarchy.

        The idea that Capitalism defeated the USSR stupidly misunderstood the moment.

        The defeat of the USSR was a victory for democratic principles and human rights.

        If the U.S. doesn’t stand for human rights there really is no difference between the two nations.

        Now we have two great powers and both are sham democracies.

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