President Trump Orders EPA to Overturn Obama’s “Clean Water Rule”…

Deconstructing the Administrative State Continues…

Today President Trump signed an executive order directing EPA head Scott Pruitt to dismantle the Obama Clean Water Rule.   With this executive order Scott Pruitt will begin repealing and rewriting the vastly overreaching EPA rule which defined all water as navigable waterways, including puddles, ponds and water retention structures.

EPA Head Scott Pruitt will now go through the same lengthy rule-making process that put it together.  It will take time to go through the notice and comment periods and probable legal challenges mounted in the opposite direction by environmental groups.

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This executive order comes on the heels of Trump’s budgetary proposal to dramatically reduce the EPA through billions of dollars in funding cuts and intentions to lay off thousands of EPA staff positions created by President Obama.

The American Farm Bureau Federation led a lawsuit against the EPA ruling in 2015 arguing that it puts an extra permitting burden on farmers to use fertilizers if they’re near water.  The rule has been log jammed in the legal process since. A federal court has delayed the rule while judges reviewed the legal challenges against it.

President Trump’s executive order today instructs EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, and the Army Corps of Engineers to review the rule and to “rescind or revise” it, as “appropriate and consistent with the law.” It also directs newly appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to ask the Supreme Court to put the case on hold.

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RESTORING THE RULE OF LAW, FEDERALISM, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
BY REVIEWING THE “WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES” RULE

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. It is in the national interest to ensure that the Nation’s navigable waters are kept free from pollution, while at the same time promoting economic growth, minimizing regulatory uncertainty, and showing due regard for the roles of the Congress and the States under the Constitution.

Sec. 2. Review of the Waters of the United States Rule. (a) The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (Administrator) and the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works (Assistant Secretary) shall review the final rule entitled “Clean Water Rule: Definition of ‘Waters of the United States,'” 80 Fed. Reg. 37054 (June 29, 2015), for consistency with the policy set forth in section 1 of this order and publish for notice and comment a proposed rule rescinding or revising the rule, as appropriate and consistent with law.

(b) The Administrator, the Assistant Secretary, and the heads of all executive departments and agencies shall review all orders, rules, regulations, guidelines, or policies implementing or enforcing the final rule listed in subsection (a) of this section for consistency with the policy set forth in section 1 of this order and shall rescind or revise, or publish for notice and comment proposed rules rescinding or revising, those issuances, as appropriate and consistent with law and with any changes made as a result of a rulemaking proceeding undertaken pursuant to subsection (a) of this section.

(c) With respect to any litigation before the Federal courts related to the final rule listed in subsection (a) of this section, the Administrator and the Assistant Secretary shall promptly notify the Attorney General of the pending review under subsection (b) of this section so that the Attorney General may, as he deems appropriate, inform any court of such review and take such measures as he deems appropriate concerning any such litigation pending the completion of further administrative proceedings related to the rule.

Sec. 3. Definition of “Navigable Waters” in Future Rulemaking. In connection with the proposed rule described in section 2(a) of this order, the Administrator and the Assistant Secretary shall consider interpreting the term “navigable waters,” as defined in 33 U.S.C. 1362(7), in a manner consistent with the opinion of Justice Antonin Scalia in Rapanos v. United States, 547 U.S. 715 (2006).

Sec. 4. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

President DONALD J. TRUMP – LINK

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155 Responses to President Trump Orders EPA to Overturn Obama’s “Clean Water Rule”…

  1. mcclainra says:

    This is GREAT news!

    Liked by 19 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      Yes. it is. People that had RAIN barrels were getting violation notices and fines !!! For collecting RAIN water in a container they BOUGHT ! This return to sanity has made me bery bery nerbous…; )

      Liked by 12 people

      • Fe says:

        Good grief, I didn’t know that. That is just plain silly. Thank God the Trump Train is on the right track overturning this kind of garbage.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Sayit2016 says:

          It was just insane there are a few high profile cases as well where people were using the water on their properties if there was a creek or a river ON THE PROPERTY and were getting slammed with fines.. and the fines were nose bleed fines.

          Liked by 7 people

          • Kaco says:

            Was this a local municipality code violation or directly tied to this Obama order?

            Liked by 1 person

            • Sayit2016 says:

              Yes….under the EPA.

              Liked by 1 person

            • It was a pure Environmental Protection Agency rule adopted after much, much pushback, but advocated and litigated strongly by environmental scavengers. The latter make most of their money by suing fed govt agencies, and settling for juicy amounts.

              AFAIK, most lawsuit were simply boilerplate (all the same language) with only names and locations changed. This is a scam that has gone on for a long time, enriching and empowering enviro radicals. Sorry I can’t give you any links, but I have been following this issue due to my close connections with the agricultural community in my state.

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      • Texian says:

        Any rain that falls on my property is mine to conserve and use – a gift from God. Just like the minerals that may reside below ground on my property – mine. Even the aquifer deep below – mine to tap if I want to. Anybody that tries to stop me will get a Texas buckshot violation notice..

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        • SteveInCO says:

          Check your deed.

          It’s more than likely (of course if you’re a direct descendant of an original homesteader it could be very different) that your property was NOT conveyed to you (or your ancestors) with your mineral rights, and may have been conveyed with limited water rights as well.

          That would cut out your rights to those, because that right was never given to you in the first place.

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          • Texian says:

            You’re not from Texas are you. God gave me those rights. As far as the bureaucratic bs, yes a piece of paper says so. Even if I don’t have that paper, and Jim Bowie’s lost silver mine ore veins happen to run through my property – it is mine – regardless – end of story. Limited water rights? I can drill down any day of the week. I already have a driller and an estimate.. In Texas, gubmint is not God..

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            • SteveInCO says:

              Wouldn’t be government, it would be some past seller selling the surface but retaining the mineral rights.

              If you think God gave you property rights regardless of whether you purchased it (and you as much as said you had mineral rights regardless of your deed), you’re pretty arrogamt. In fact, you’re claiming the right to takes something whether or not it was deexed to you.

              You must not be from America.

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          • pam2246 says:

            We didn’t own the mineral rights to our property when we lived in Fairbanks, Alaska. It was in an area of heavy gold mining.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          Exactly….that is as it should be…..Lisa Jackson ( Former EPA head ) had different plans.

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        • annieoakley says:

          Not if this rule was enforced. It is intended to eliminate any rights to water any property you own. Still a man in Federal Prison for doing this on his property in Montana.

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        • In Colorado it is referred to as a “bundle of rights” and the government does not have the right to peel off any of those rights for any reason without fair compensation..

          The government tried to say that the water that fell from the sky belonged to the state not the individual who owned the property and the “bundle of rights”.

          Property owners in Colorado absolutely do have the right to collect rain water in barrels if it is falling on their property.

          But the EPA was well on their way to legally taking that right away from us.

          Out here in the west we have been in a huge fight over the water for several years.

          More and more people want to live out here in the western part of the US, but our water resources are limited.

          The government had big plans for our private water resources.

          Trump was elected just in time in more ways than one.

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      • Sam says:

        Some of that was likely the result of state laws. Colorado had an old law still on the books about it being illegal to collect rainwater. The theory was that all that rain removed from soaking into the ground would create droughts. I know, dumb theory but that was the thinking decades ago. That law is finally gone.

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      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        The State of Washington ‘claims’ that it ‘owns’ all rainwater and it is illegal to collect water on your own property.

        Liked by 1 person

  2. aredtailblog says:

    Good. It’s not like we don’t have farmers in warm enough climates to compete with Mexican produce.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. paulraven1 says:

    Hurrah.

    Sackett vs. EPA. Read it and scream.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. The Devilbat says:

    The rule was part of a UN plan to take over all American waterways. the communist usurper Obama was right in the middle of doing the bidding for the UN’s globalist takeover of our US sovereignty.

    Liked by 29 people

  5. mcclainra says:

    Changed my WordPress email, and avatar changed?

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  6. duchess01 says:

    Thank You, Jesus!

    Liked by 11 people

  7. muffyroberts says:

    Melania has been at every executive order today. Plus on Fox and Friends this morning, she was at a meeting with her people, planning the next event, when the President was giving a tour of the White House to the Fox guys.

    Melania can hardly wait to move to the White House, and MEGA.

    Her sister is probably watching over Barron this week.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Black jeebus weeps as Trump turns his water bill into whine.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. harrietht3 says:

    For those of us who see in the photo/image of P44 as one of the most malignant characters in our nation’s history, I would simply ask Sundance — if he/she must — to present that image/photo in a vastly REDUCED SIZE so as not to irritate your loyal readers TOO MUCH.
    OTHERWISE — I vow NoT to inflict upon myself said image in the future.

    In the same manner do I restrict — YES CENSOR, as some would deem — what I choose to put before my eyes.

    And yes: I have great trouble thinking kindly, much less praying, for this evil-person incarnate.

    Whose Number One Goal Was To Destroy Our COUNTRY!!!!!!

    AND MY CHILDREN, AND MY GRANDCHILDREN.

    Sorry, but I have no “grip” to get. This is beyond the mere getting of a grip.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. yakmaster2 says:

    Once we have POTUS’s Supreme Court nominee confirmed and sworn in, I’ll feel so much more at ease about all these “legal challenges.” The Left depends heavily on going to court over every.single.thing they don’t agree with and Federal judges are stacked in their favor. It’s maddening, particularly since the msm pretends these judges are fair, impartial, legal geniuses. Pffftt.

    Liked by 10 people

  11. Paco Loco says:

    Lifting the bonds of tyranny by eliminating one over reaching law after another. This action just guarantees that Trump has the farm and ranch vote forever.

    Liked by 16 people

  12. All American Snowflake says:

    Thank God. President Trump took the EPA to school. The EPA was completely out of control. Pelsoi will have a hissy-fit. Hawhawhawhahahaha We have to drain the swamp to find out what’s in it.

    Liked by 22 people

    • duchess01 says:

      “We have to drain the swamp to find out what’s in it.” Love it!

      Liked by 8 people

    • Pam says:

      Yes, use her words against her. hahaha I love it!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      The head of the EPA under Obama is Lisa Jackson…On December 13, 2012, the Assistant Inspector General notified the EPA they would be conducting an audit into record keeping practices associated with the use of private email accounts by Lisa Jackson under the name of “Richard Windsor.” The Justice Department has agreed to release 12,000 emails at a rate of 3000 per week from this account beginning January 14, 2013 in response to a lawsuit brought by a Washington attorney.

      On December 27, 2012, Jackson announced that she would be stepping down from her position as EPA Administrator. According to the New York Post, Jackson submitted her resignation because she believed that the Obama administration would move to support the Keystone pipeline and she did not want this to occur on her watch!!!
      What a pile of horsepucky— she knew damn well Obama was blocking it….wanna beat a deal was made not to pursue her illegal activity.

      Taking bets now…; )

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      • churchmouse says:

        From November 2012 on the ‘Richard Windsor’ situation:

        http://www.politico.com/story/2012/11/lisa-jacksons-windsor-knot-084112

        ‘“I don’t know any other agency that does this,” said Anne Weismann, chief counsel of the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, which asked EPA’s inspector general on Tuesday to investigate the matter. Even if Jackson needs a separate email account, Weismann asked, “why would you pick a fictitious name of someone of different gender? To me it smacks of … trying to hide.” …

        ‘Bradley Blakeman, a former senior Bush aide who later founded the conservative group Freedom’s Watch, told Fox News on Monday that the EPA arrangement “smells.”

        ‘“What good reason, if we use common sense, would there be for a high government official to have a fictitious email account?” he asked’

        Apparently:

        ‘The name came from that of a family dog when Jackson lived in East Windsor Township, N.J., an EPA official said Tuesday.’

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    • DEGinTN says:

      I want to watch Pelosi’s hissy fit. I have loathed that woman for years. Twill be a glorious thing to behold !

      Liked by 2 people

    • Fe says:

      Outstanding!

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      Now that the Clean Water Rule is being overturned, we’ll be allowed to drain swamps without the feds throwing us in jail.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. Craig W. Gordon says:

    No more taxing of puddles on our property! Thank you Trump!!!

    Liked by 15 people

  14. C. Lowell says:

    Obama is the devil…

    Liked by 4 people

  15. Lburg says:

    Crush your enemies. See them driven before you. Hear the lamentations of their greenies.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. TheTorch says:

    I’m in Heaven, I’m in heaven…

    Liked by 5 people

  17. All American Snowflake says:

    Does this mean that California will begin to mend it’s water problems yet?

    Liked by 1 person

    • duchess01 says:

      Probably, but Nestles is moving to VA – so that should help – 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

      • Black_Knight_Rides says:

        Such a big plus for California water to chase their employers out of state.

        Dems are such Dimms.

        Liked by 1 person

        • duchess01 says:

          They appear to be the first – there will be more – one of the reasons is the stifling regulations – it will no longer be profitable to do business in CA – many businesses moved out of NY because of the high taxes – this shift will be good for some states and disastrous for others – people will move to states that are flourishing, too! – Yes, Dems just don’t get it! – we will no longer pay for their foolishness!

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  18. andi lee says:

    Well, I’m a little bit nervous about this one, being as I am very aware there are carcinogens in our water. (See Lyndon B. Johnson’s repeatedly ordered studies which formed the EPA water regs) Cancer is rampid. The hospitals are full up with cancer patients, especially the children’s ward. Pets even have cancer. Cancer is BIG business in Texas. CDC won’t provide a clear study less than 3-4 years old. (Even Erin Brachovich got involved with several Tx towns – 90-100% cancer rate)

    Liked by 3 people

    • wondering999 says:

      andi lee, I agree with you… water quality is important, even if the regulations were not well-written. Some of this depends on public education and awareness about how things are disposed of. We also have a lot of drugs in our water, pharmaceuticals that can’t be cleared out of the sewage. What can we do in our local areas to improve water quality? I knew one group that did water testing and publicized the results, but this takes some microbiology training etc.

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      • andi lee says:

        Wondering999, if I could have afforded it I would’ve bought the best whole house water filtering purifier system. Next best, purchase the purest water; I purchased Arkansaw Mountain Valley Spring water by the 5 gallon glass container for drinking/cooking/pets from a distributor (for 18 years). The water here is aweful, smells like chlorine; like swimming pool water, and calcifies everything it touches.

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        • wondering999 says:

          I like to drink plain water, and there are real differences in quality. I remember visiting New Jersey for the first time and being appalled at the cloudy, nasty-tasting water in a suburban town there. Nice people but nasty water. I know of some Seventh-Day Adventists who go up to get their water supply from mountain springs — full of good minerals and a clean taste. Gastroenterologists say to beware of untreated water, though

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    • rf121 says:

      If you are worried about it then don’t live in Texas.

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      andilee
      May I ask what this has to do with making all waters navigable,nothing.The clean water rules gave not changed,do not mix oranges and apples.

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      • Dennis Leonard says:

        rules have]corr]

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        • andi lee says:

          Dennis, your right, apples and oranges.

          And, (100s?) people, families, ranchers, have been gravely harmed, sitting in, or pending, jail-time over Obama’s EPA/Forestry/Fish&Game/Natural Resources policies. It’s a good thing here. I was projecting.

          I do have the worst suspicion the EPA/CDC is
          covering up data that is detrimental to America. Our water. For an eye opener, watch the Congressional Flint water hearings. Read LBJs water findings.

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    • Kaco says:

      I’ve been wondering more and more about the ramifications of fluoridated water. They say it lowers IQ.

      Liked by 2 people

  19. mike diamond says:

    the water is cleaner with president trump in the white house!!!!!!! its true and ya know it!!!!!!

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  20. See. This is why the Media’s ‘He’s going soft’ gambit keeps failing. Were the President getting mushy, well he wouldn’t be signing EO like this.

    But there is a right moment to act the President knows that despite what the Media likes to think.

    Liked by 1 person

    • A.D. Everard says:

      I think the media believes that if they spin a tale the real world will respond and become that tale. It keep surprising them that it doesn’t happen, but that doesn’t stop them trying again and again. I guess they are just hoping now. Or maybe just fretting. They keep saying “what” President Trump is – and he keeps being not what they want (Great, huh). 😀

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  21. Stringy theory says:

    I am getting spoiled with all the good news, like this. But I’m not tired of winning. Keep it coming President Trump.

    MAGA!

    Liked by 5 people

  22. CharterOakie says:

    Keep on Trumpin’ !!!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Howie says:

    Obama was ousted peacefully. By the people and the constitution.

    Liked by 5 people

  24. Paco Loco says:

    The next big environmental issue will be dumping the climate change canard into the dumpster along with CO2 credits. The cost of having Obama in office for eight years and the $trillions in new regulation he created was an environmental disaster all by itself.

    Liked by 16 people

    • ^^that, up there!^^

      can’t happen fast enough for me.

      my kids regularly complain how climate change crap is inserted into EVERY lesson possible…science labs, language arts essays, math multiple choice and word problems, etc.! It is and has been for far too long OVER THE TOP.

      And you think it’s bad here, you should hear the c.o.n.s.t.a.n.t flow of commercials in Europe about climate change, sustainability, blah blah blah etc. ugh.

      Liked by 4 people

      • annieoakley says:

        It is a religion.

        Liked by 1 person

      • harrietht3 says:

        Speaking of Europe — my sister returned from a trip to France ten years ago or so and declared to me (over the phone) in a breathless, excited tone that it’s for real: the biggest danger to human kind was global warming, as it was then known. I told her to calm down as it was all hogwash; and soon thereafter the news broke of the scam by scientists (and co-conspirators in government) perpetrated upon the public.

        But it occurs to me now, looking back on it, that of its many uses the climate change scam creates a herd mentality whereby all the frantic buffalo are being chased with no concern for where they’re going until they all fall off the buffalo jump, as one. IOW: Look here! here’s the danger! When all the while the real danger is somewhere else: Totalitarian rule and mass invasion by third-worlders.

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  25. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    Next give Utah back to Utahans.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. citizen817 says:

    EPA Union Bosses Call Trump’s Budget Cuts ‘A Declaration Of War’

    Excerpt:
    Trump is expected to ask Congress to cut EPA’s budget 24 percent and reduce the agency’s staff by 3,000 employees.

    http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/2017/02/28/epa-union-bosses-call-trumps-budget-cuts-a-declaration-of-war/

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    • SteveInCO says:

      A union boss for federal employees? Threatening war?

      Well, now. Let’s all recall what happened when PATCO tried to strike, figuring without air traffic control, we’d be crippled.

      Reagan simply called up every ex-military air traffic controller and fired PATCO members.

      So the EPA employee’s union figures that when they strike, we’ll be crippled, and…

      (can’t keep a straight face) HAAHAAHAAHAAAHAAAAH!

      The parallel fails right there. We won’t be crippled; we will have a ball and chain removed!!!

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    • annieoakley says:

      The budget needs to be cut by one half, 50 percent., 6,000 employees.

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  27. angryduc says:

    Piece by piece they were taking our country from the people, and oppressing them.
    Thank you Lord for
    President Donald J. Trump

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  28. Sunshine says:

    I agree with most of what he says. However, animal farming is the greatest polluter of water and I’m not talking about ponds.
    What goes in is what comes out: pesticides, mega-hormones, mega-antibiotics… For a hen from birth to four weeks old maximum to be ready for slaughter and yield mega-breasts, something happened.
    Technology has to be developed to transform animal excrements into something positive and not for human consumption.
    The petroleum tailing ponds: when you read of 500 ducks dead in one sudden sweep in a tailing pond – the solution would be netting over the ponds instead of a cheap scarecrow.
    The GREENS will be crying tonight and for quite some time but the companies also have their homework to do such as invest a bit more and please everybody.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      At least they’ll get to try different things to see what works, instead of having some jackass drive up in an EPA car and tell them they can’t do it that way–even if it works better than the approved way. (Which was probably picked because it involves buying something from a monopoly supplier whose chairman of the board is best buddies with an EPA muckeymuck.)

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      • Sunshine says:

        I totally agree with you. What Trump did is a good thing. Not normal for people that have a lake-front home not to be able to use their small boats.

        What EPA did is stifle innovative technologies. They were happy with the solar panels and windmills which turned out to be not all that friendly to the environment. Ethanol-corn was worse… and fracking is not the bad boy they claimed it was.

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  29. SteveInCO says:

    And I was just asking, on the other thread, how much sequestered CO2 is released when the corpse of an environmental activist decomposes.

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  30. Red says:

    Oh goodie, I once again own my pond and the portion of a creek that runs through my property….I didn’t think otrauma had changed my property deed….the sorry SOB……..

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    • PreNanny says:

      It is another promise kept by President TRUMP and a great first step in the restoration of THE cornerstone of the Constitution -> INDIVIDUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.
      You sir are a man of honor, Thank You President TRUMP
      MAGA

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  31. jcthewizard says:

    “The second trial ended in a conviction for this 77 year old Navy veteran. He now faces prison and hundreds of thousands in fines. This will amount to life in prison and forfeiture of his property.”

    We must help Joe Robertson be released from prison – terrible story!

    http://redoubtnews.com/2016/05/13/montana-disabled-veteran-convicted-pond/

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  32. peachteachr says:

    I have been against this particular “rule” since it was enacted. It literally gave the EPA the power to fine you for rain puddles in your yard. While it’s a small thing, it is subject to massive abuse or any one of us. Think Catherine Engelbrecht, True The Vote, and the IRS. If you had enemy at the EPA, they could take this and sue you every time it rained.
    WOOT WOOT, my happy sound.

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  33. justfactsplz says:

    Government overreach by the EPA is an important agenda in draining the swamp. Cut their funding and get rid of many employed by them. There is so much government waste in this department. Better yet just do away them. President Trump, just keep winning. We can handle it and are very grateful.

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  34. gary says:

    Oh No, he is using the teleprompter and hardly looking at people or camera. Will this go on for FULL hour.
    He needs a different way to deliver his message. He used to come down on Hilary for how she looked to right and left and seemed wooden.

    Maybe a HUGH IPad on his podium or screen more centered on middle, so he can look up at people.

    I know Trump hates using the teleprompter, it must be very hard for him to have to use it, he loves free style from the heart. I know, I know, he has to make sure his message stays on point, but, hard you having a hard time watching it , too?

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  35. Mike says:

    Does this mean the glass of ice water I’m drinking is no longer a “navigable waterway?”

    Liked by 1 person

  36. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Thank God.

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  37. Donald Arel says:

    same issues on my private 400 + acres . the city of Lewiston maine put dirt fill material on my land ,then called the Maine DEP . All this to stop four wheeling and close down my private shooting range . the DEP has called three years in a row to ask if we are four wheeling on my land , and for permission to come inspect . which they were denied, their response is if you dont comply we will get a search warrant and the fines will be worse . the shooting range is now protected by state law. But no more four wheeling for my friends . they wont let us play on my land , but they want the Dam taxes . im glad Donald Trump is fighting them thanks Donald Arel

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