The Environmental Protection Agency is stealing my land by coming through the water! The EPA is stealing your land as well. In fact it is the biggest land grab in American history and gives a federal agency domain over all private ground. You think I’m joking? I’m not.

Recently the EPA unveiled a change to the Clean Water Act, which would extend their regulatory control to temporary wetlands and waterways.

 This definition consists of any water, including seasonal ponds, streams, runoff and collection areas and irrigation water. It could include runoff from watering your lawn, or puddles on your own property.

It means the EPA has jurisdiction over any place there is water in America, or could be water or water once was. You get it.

They will control the presence of and can prohibit through regulation, your right to the water and your actions regarding water on your own land. The opportunities for their abuse are well… limitless.

 Louisiana Senator David Vitter, the ranking Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, offered an extremely understated precautionary objection stating, “The rule may be one of the most significant private property grabs in U.S. history.”

The EPA proposal would extend it’s authority to include “pollution regulations” to “intermittent and ephemeral streams and wetlands” – which are created temporarily during wet seasons or following rainfall.

Make no mistake; the EPA is taking legal jurisdiction to replace our rights and our liberty with it’s authority anywhere it rains or water exists. The Agency is doing this without regard to congress or our rights to representation. The Agency is also buying millions of rounds of ammunition. Does this bother you?