EPA Targets Fracking Again, This Time via Air Quality Study

Here we go again. The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) couldn’t, after four years of research, find any evidence that fracking negatively impacts groundwater supplies (see EPA Draft Report Says Fracking Doesn’t Pollute Groundwater Supplies). So this out-of-control agency, filled with radicals, has decided to go fishing once again–this time using air quality. The EPA has requested $1.5 million in next year’s budget to begin a years-long study of fracking’s potential impact on air quality. Since the EPA considers the stuff you breathe out with every breath–carbon dioxide (CO2)–to be a “greenhouse gas” (hilarious if it weren’t so tragic), you can bet they’ll find, oh no!…the stuff drillers extract from the ground is methane!!!! And methane is even MORE potent than CO2 as a greenhouse gas, and oh no!, we’ve got to stop this right now…

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