by Charles Battig, M.D.
Right Side News
Aaron Copland’s 1942 concert piece “Fanfare for the Common Man” brings forth images of the nobility of the ordinary citizen. Recent actions by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and environmental extremists bring forth images of an “Energy Requiem for the Common Man.”…
Now the political activities of the Sierra Club itself have drawn legal scrutiny. The Energy & Environment Legal Institute and the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic sent a letter (October 14, 2014) to EPA Inspector General Arthur Elkins requesting an investigation into evidence of an improperly collusive relationship between the EPA and Sierra Club, and the Natural Resources Defense Council concerning the agency improperly allowing these groups to direct and help write EPA regulatory policy, specifically EPA’s “war on coal.”