Does EPA Need Guns, Ammo and Armor to Protect The Environment
Investor's Business Daily cites Marlo Lewis on his statments about the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Those who keep an eye on the agency have also been stunned by such outlays. "EPA has always been primarily an agency that is involved in analysis and regulation. Even its enforcement arm is mainly involved in litigation," notes Marlo Lewis, who covers environmental issues for the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
"Since when did we start going down this road of allowing agencies of government to engage in military-style operations?"