If the 10th Amendment was written for any reason at all, it was written to prevent EPA from existing.
National Council of Chain Restaurants is protesting the EPA’s ethanol
mandate, warning that it is directly affecting the higher cost of food.
According to the New York Times,
nearly half of the nation’s corn crop is now being used for ethanol, in
spite of a devastating drought that hit the Midwest this summer.
Earlier this month the E.P.A. announced that they would not waive the corn based ethanol requirements even though the supply of corn had been affected by the drought.
What does Green Goddess Worship actually cost?
...According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers study commissioned for the
National Council of Chain Restaurants, corn prices are expected to rise
by 27 percent by the time the mandates 2015 goals are met.
Uh-huh. And since 'food prices are volatile,' the Feds will tell you that eating is 'not really a factor in cost-of-living indices.'
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