Saturday, January 19, 2013

When Government Can't Be Trusted?

When Government Can't Be Trusted?:
An expose on how environmentalists in some government agencies mislead the public through faulty science and purge (fire) scientists who (do their job) challenge the facts and the green agenda.
“When Government Can’t be Trusted”: An expose on how some government agencies are misleading the public and purging scientists who don't go along with an increasingly radical green agenda. Eight government scientists were recently fired or reassigned after voicing concerns to their superiors about faulty environmental science used for policy decisions. Which begs the question, "Are some government agencies manipulating science to advance political agendas?"



The Department of Interior has been hijacked by a culture of environmentalism. They are engaged in an aggressive crusade to obstruct and undermine the use of natural resources, restrict human access to public lands, and increase its influence over private property. Decisions made by the agency are presumed to be based on sound scientific analysis, but often times policy is driving the science, rather than science driving environmental policy. This has led to harmful decisions and a violation of the public trust. Read More.



Summary: Under the present administration, at least in the Department of Interior, one can keep their job for being deceptive, lying, and supporting a liberal progressive or environmental agenda, but those who tell the truth and do their jobs responsibly are fired or reassigned.  How can we trust a government agency that operates in this manner? -- We can't!


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