Wednesday, August 19, 2015

I think the official permission to kill birds which are protected by other statutes is a form of "noble cause corruption"

Those charged with enforcing the law are corrupted by a noble cause.

Under the Clean Power Plan, the Energy Department projects that wind-generation capacity will surge from 66 gigawatts in 2014 to some 200 gigawatts in 2030. But for that expansion to happen, the federal government will have to give wind companies formal permission to kill some of our most iconic wildlife. And that’s where the raptor meets the turbine blade.
How do you break through this kind of corruption.

You have to insist that either the original law be repealed or amended in light of the new and noble cause. Or you must enforce it.
Arbitrary suspension  for a "noble" cause is corrupt.

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