Environmental Protection Agency

People Are Literally Praying For Coal
But they shouldn't be.
July 30, 2014

The coal industry is not what it used to be, but that's okay.

The Coal Industry Has Been Fear-Mongering for 40 Years Now
These old newspaper ads prove the industry's predictions have always been wrong
July 28, 2014

These old newspaper ads prove the industry's predictions have always been wrong.

This Map Shows You What Environmental Progress Looks Like
June 26, 2014

You can watch the air get cleaner and cleaner.

Maybe Those EPA Rules Aren’t Quite Such a Big Deal
June 22, 2014

Forget the bluster from fossil fuel groups and coal state representatives. And don’t pay so much attention to the administration’s bragging.

Republicans Probably Won't Force a Shutdown Before the Election. But After?
June 20, 2014

History and reason both suggest Republicans won't shut down the government before the election. They'll wait til after.

House Republicans Are So Mad at the EPA that They Might Force Another Shutdown
June 16, 2014

The last one didn't work out so great. But the EPA's new rule on carbon has conservatives threatening it again.

The Obama Climate Plan Isn't a Problem for Democrats. It's a Problem for Republicans.
June 04, 2014

Come 2016, there's a decent chance that the EPA's proposal will place Republicans in the very bind they hoped it would create for Democrats this year.

The Politics of Climate Change Regulations Aren't Anything Like Obamacare
June 02, 2014

Anyone who buys into the assumption that the new EPA climate plan will "rival the battle over health care" is making a big, obvious error, and another smaller one.

Obama to Take Big Step on Climate Change—Will It Be Big Enough?
June 01, 2014

Monday's announcement of new regulations on coal-fired power plants will be historic. But big questions remain.

Scalia's Epic Blunder Exposes His Partisan Hackery
May 01, 2014

Antonin Scalia screwed up big time, and seemingly every elite American law scholar is completely aghast.In the course of dissenting against the six-justice majority, which affirmed the EPA's authority to regulate coal emissions that cross state lines