By Cassandra Anderson
June 30, 2011

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The Supreme Court ruled on June 20, 2011 that the power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions (primarily carbon) rests with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), saying that the EPA is better equipped to deal with the science of greenhouse gases (aka global warming, climate change and CO2).  The Clean Air Act has been expanded and the EPA is in a power grab for jurisdiction over vehicle emissions and is now planning control over utilities.


EPA enforcement over utilities will cause the following problems:

•  Skyrocketing heating (oil & gas) and electricity bills (click here to see Obama admit this)
•  Job killing restrictions on energy production
•  Blackouts caused by unreliable “green” energy (wind & solar)
•  Import of energy causing dependency on other countries
•  Increase in dangerous and expensive nuclear energy
•  Energy regulations dictated by UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Development
•  Cap-and-trade schemes and carbon credits will apply to ALL items that are produced, so there will be higher prices for EVERYTHING!

The key issues in EPA regulation of greenhouse gases are:

1.  The EPA lacks Constitutional authority to regulate harmless carbon dioxide.

2.  The global warming theory is wrong and based in corrupt science.

3.  The UN directs global warming policies.

AGENDA 21

In order to understand this issue, one must comprehend Agenda 21, which is the action plan for the UN’s Sustainable Development program- the blueprint for depopulation and total control.

Global warming phony science is generated out of the UK’s Hadley Center in East Anglia, that houses the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).  This is also the seat of the ‘Climategate’ scandal that thoroughly discredited their carbon lies and flawed science.

Agenda 21 Sustainable Development has infiltrated every level of government.  Federal Policy is directly affected; President Clinton created the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD) in 1993 and includes every federal agency, which states:

“The Council should not debate the science of global warming, but should instead focus on the implementation of national and local greenhouse gas reduction policies and activities, and adaptations in the U.S. economy and society that maximize environmental and social benefits, minimize economic impacts, and are consistent with U.S. international agreements.”

As you can see, science ant truth are immaterial, the objective is to implement these destructive laws. 

SUPREME COURT RULING 2011

Connecticut v American Electric Power: Five states including Connecticut, Iowa, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont (New Jersey and Wisconsin dropped out) and several land trusts sued five major coal producing utilities in 2004.  The land trusts include the Open Spaces Institute- a George Soros operation and the Audubon Society, a United Nations accredited non-governmental organization that is preoccupied with depopulation.  The plaintiffs were the aggressors in this case trying to get the courts to force businesses to adopt UN policies.

If states can regulate and have the power of enforcement, why did they sue?  Because they were trying to force their globalist ideas for control beyond their state lines.

Obama appeared to contradict himself by throwing his support behind the electric companies in this case, however, his motivation appears to be consolidating power under Executive control through the EPA, as opposed to the Judicial branch in individual court cases.

ALL of the states who participated in this lawsuit are signatories to treasonous international UN inspired treaties.

SUPREME COURT RULING 2007

Massachusetts v EPA: Twelve states including California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington, in addition to numerous UN accredited non-governmental organizations sued the EPA to regulate vehicle emissions.

The Supreme Court ruled that under the Clean Air Act, the EPA had the authority to regulate vehicle emissions that contribute to air pollution that “may reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health or welfare”.  The Supreme Court evaded any opinion or direction on the “dangers” of CO2 as a pollutant.

The EPA later issued its ‘Endangerment Finding’ which says that greenhouse gases (primarily CO2) threatens public health and welfare, thereby giving themselves the power to regulate harmless CO2.

The EPA’s scientific sources (federal agencies) follow and endorse the corrupt UN IPCC global warming data.

ALL of the states who participated in this lawsuit are signatories to treasonous international UN inspired treaties.

CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD (CARB)

Many of the “states” who participated in these lawsuits were actually the governors and their executive agencies acting on behalf of their own agenda, instead of representing the will of the People of the state.

The scandalous California Air Resources Board (CARB), an agency of the State’s EPA, is the leader in forcing the UN Kyoto Treaty on Americans.

California is the most populous state with the most vehicles; when California wanted tighter emissions standards, they petitioned the EPA to regulate under the Clean Air Act.  Because California had to ask permission from the EPA, this means that they don’t have the authority.  The regulations affect vehicle design and manufacturing on a national level.

CARB is vulnerable to lawsuits for the following reasons:

•  CARB is unconstitutionally implementing the Kyoto Treaty in substance.

•  CARB appears to be perpetrating fraud on the People.

•  CARB is a private corporation that made a contract with the EPA, another private corporation, and is setting public policy without the consent of the People who will be subjected to the illegal contract.

SOLUTIONS

The proper role of government is to PROTECT the lives, liberty and property of the People.  No more and no less.

•  CONGRESS

Congress introduced a bill to limit the powers of the EPA, but this is a moot point because Obama would veto it.  The proper course of action is to de-fund the EPA, as Congress has the power of the purse (don’t hold your breath on this one).

•  TEXAS V EPA

The EPA’s ‘Endangerment Finding’ is the linchpin for the overreach; if CO2 is shown to be harmless, then the EPA will find it extraordinarily difficult to enact regulations.

Texas and 14 other states are currently suing the EPA for its endangerment finding, saying that the EPA has violated the Clean Air Act by failing to define and measure ‘endangerment’.  This is a good and necessary first step, but federal courts often rule in favor of the federal government.

The EPA is reliant on “cooperative federalism” which is when the federal government bribes state and local governments with federal taxpayer money or threatens to withhold federal taxpayer money in order to implement federal policies.  The federal government employs cooperative federalism because they don’t have the authority and means to implement their policies.

• THE TENTH AMENDMENT

The Tenth Amendment is the answer to many of today’s problems.  It reads:

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the People.”

Congress has been usurping States’ power through the abuse of the Commerce Clause for far too long- it is high time to put an end to federal overreach- especially with regard to air!  The States can ignore the federal government when it acts against the Constitution; with enough People supporting the States in this action, the federal government loses power.

In order for states to fully restore their power, leaders must be educated about Agenda 21 and the Tenth Amendment.

(C) 2011 Cassandra Anderson

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6 Responses to “How to Arrest the Economy-Strangling EPA”

  1. Lisa says:

    I agree with Sam on every point. Not that it matters! LOL! I’m feeling self-important it seems. Anyway, cheers Sam!

  2. Sam Boes says:

    I don’t need to support my “claims” – the government does that quite well, starting with the DOJ’s pet thugs, the FBI, and the EPA’s own enforcement agencies. They are able to prove that they are “government agencies” just the way government agencies have “proved” they are government from the time of the X Dynasty in Egypt: by FORCE. I did NOT make the claim that these agencies were constitutional – STOP putting words in my mouth. D&B is no better a source of accurate data than Manta.com: I know quite a few REAL private companies who have been trying to get D&B to correct the errors D&B is publishing about them.

    States and state goverments have no “rights” – they have powers, just like the FedGov does. PEOPLE have rights. The state governments steal from the people just like the Fed Gov does: directly and indirectly. No different than a panhandler who supplements his income from begging with food stamps (excuse me, SNAP) and shoplifting: the states MAY provide a few services for the fees that they charge (but not as well as private enterprise could), but that doesn’t excuse them for stealing directly from their residents or indirectly from their residents and those of other states thanks to the generosity of the FedGov.

    Thank you for suggesting the Tenth Amendment Center – I am very familiar with their information, which is very good for the most part. In turn, by way of thanks, I suggest that you read Boston T. Party’s “Hologram of Liberty” which shows exactly how flawed (and WHY) the Constitution is.

    Yes, some of the problems ARE people’s lack of understand, and people’s complacency. But that does not take away from the flaws of the Constitution, or for the actions made in the first decades of the FedGov which started a series of end-runs around the protections that were added in a vain attempt to correct its faults: the major one being no way of enforcement. Otherwise, Lincoln and his gang of merry socialists and thugs would have been unable to do anything to Virginia and the other states which had made it clear in the 1780s and 1790s that they reserved their sovereignty. Of course, since then, we have the abominations of the various amendments added which have further corrupted the document, weakening the states and giving ever more power to the imperial FedGov, from the 14th Amendment to the direct election of senators, the income tax, prohibition, and the rest.

    I say again, until we liberate the people of the states, and the states themselves, from the tyranny of DC, we have no hope of changing this. Even then, most states would simply continue to function under the tyranny of their own state governments, as we have seen in recent days with the Ohio ruling on the 4th Amendment, Texas’ refusal to stand up for the rights of their people regarding the TSA thugs, and dozens of other examples. So the removal of the FedGov’s tyranny is just the start.

  3. From Cassandra:

    Sam:

    I provided links to support my “claim” about government offices that are listed as private corporations. Here is a link for Dun & Bradstreet, a company that provides information on businesses and corporations:

    https://smallbusiness.dnb.com/ePlatform/servlet/ReportSelectionCmd?dunsNumber=14&busName=UNITED%20STATES%20ENVIRONMENTAL%20PROTECTION%20AGENCY&storeId=10001&catalogId=70001&productId=0&address=1310%20L%20ST%20NW&city=WASHINGTON&state=DC&zip=200054113&country=US

    I noticed you failed to support your claims. I will agree that government agencies are treated as government entities, but I challenge you to prove that that they are Constitutional, lawful and qualify as government.

    You have misunderstood ‘cooperative federalism’; while federal law may authorize the collection of fees, this does not mean that the states must comply, if the fees are unconstitutional. Therefore, the feds employ cooperative federalism to coerce the states to adopt its policies.

    You called the states “welfare queens”- where do you think the federal government gets its money? It certainly isn’t earned. The money is derived from the people and the resources of the states. I recommend that you visit the Tenth Amendment Center for a better understanding of the Constitution and states’ rights.

    The problem is not the Constitution, but people’s lack of understanding, complacency which has allowed others to undermined and misinterpreted it. The Supremacy Clause is quite clear about the division of power, as are the Enumerated Powers.

  4. Sam Boes says:

    To claim that the CARB and USEPA are “private corporations” based on Manta.com is both delusional and seriously casts doubt on anything else you write in this article (or anything else you write), as it is obvious and well-known (and provable through a combination of both historical research AND research of modern laws and regulations) that the two entities are indeed government agencies and treated as such by the respective Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of their respective governments, including the appointment of their directors.

    Their constitutionality is a separate issue and has nothing to do with bogus claims that they really aren’t government agencies, even if Manta.com’s data is constantly proven to be wrong.

    The “cooperative federalism” is primarily supported by one simple mechanism: money. State agencies, whether it is CARB or the Ohio EPA or Kansas DHE, obtain massive amounts of their funding either directly from EPA grants or indirectly by collecting fees that they are authorized to do so by federal law (such as emissions fees). Even the states fighting back against the EPA are just welfare queens. And Congress won’t even defund the continued illegal bombing of Libya, so you are right on that point.

    Point is that the Constitution allows for this sort of end-run, making it as flawed (if not more so) as the Articles of Confederation. Unless and until you can liberate the various states (with their governments) from federal tyranny, you have no hope of any real change.

  5. Matt says:

    There is no blackouts due to green energy supplies because all houses are still attached to the main power grids and most mass green energy farms have backup power-cells and molten salt containers to counteract when there is limited to no power being generated.

  6. Jerry Day says:

    In your article on the EPA you said “the proper role of government is to protect lives, rights and property”. You fell into a trap there. Government’s only role is to protect rights. When you allow government to “protect rights and property” government becomes the steward of those lives and property with claim of seizure, transfer and liquidation against the owners of those lives and properties.

    The courts have even found that government need not protect the safety (cannot be sued for failing to do so).

    You people are heroes against tyranny and they even got you with that particular piece if Agenda 21 indoctrination rhetoric. Imagine how brainwashed the rest of the country is.

    Best regards,
    Jerry Day