Fantastic Judgement By Donald Trump

Donald Trump announced yesterday Myron Ebell will head up the EPA transition team. I’ve known Myron for years, and Trump could not have made a better choice. Myron is the perfect person for finding the right mix of environmental and business protections. He is passionate about both – as am I.


When I was in Washington DC two weeks ago, I presented my Australia slides to Myron and the Competitive Enterprise Institute. We are in good hands now. Thank you Donald Trump.

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31 Responses to Fantastic Judgement By Donald Trump

  1. Latitude says:

    What we are witnessing right truly monumental

    …I think that’s going to take a while to sink in

    • Robertv says:

      Especially in Europe where they still (the press and most politicians in power) don’t get it. Here too progressives have infiltrated in all power structures. But their fantasy world has become unsustainable and is now on the brink of economic collapse. It is time to cut out this cancer before it destroys the body it is feeding on. All help is welcome.

      You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.

      Nicolae Ceaușescu made the same mistake.

    • NoMoreGore says:

      I agree…. so excited. From the depths of despair….. to elation. I don’t think any bureaucrat from the GOP would have had the Cojones to slay this dragon….but Trump just might.

  2. Douglas Rogalla says:

    it is good to know we will have a non-zealot guiding this transition; Mr. Trump will need people he can trust to help bring common sense to this issue

    • wyoskeptic says:

      Who a person surrounds themselves with tells more about that person than anything else. When Mr. Trump caught my attention, I began to look at who was closest to his campaign. I saw a lot of good people: from his children to Newt, Rudy, and Kellyanne. I knew then it was possible and that he would stand a good chance of doing a lot of good once elected.

      It is said of a good boss that they do not need to be able to do anything and everything themselves, but they do need to know how to hire those who can do what is needed. And then how to get out of their way and let them do it.

      • Gail Combs says:


        That is exactly the qualities I saw in my best boss and in Trump.

        One of his employees speaking at the Republican nomination mentioned that Trump looks for ability and not at sheepskins. That he is willing to promote from the rank and file when he see raw talent and he doesn’t care whether they are black white purple male or female.

        One look at his corporations and the things he has done shows he is not and never has been racist or sexist.

  3. gofer says:


    “We will eliminate the highly invasive “Waters of the US” rule, and scrap the $5 trillion dollar Obama-Clinton Climate Action Plan and the Clean Power Plan and prevent these unilateral plans from increasing monthly electric bills by double-digits without any measurable effect on Earth’s climate. ”

  4. pmc47025 says:

    Alarmists must have a hard time believing the EPA transition team is headed by Ebell:

    On an unrelated note, John Kerry negotiates a nuclear butt fumble with local Emperors (penguins that is):

  5. Robertv says:

    Jan. 20, 2017 is still far away. We now have people in power who have nothing to lose which makes them extremely dangerous.

    • Gail Combs says:

      The Snowflakes hired by Soros are already calling for Trump’s assassination.

      HOWEVER patriots are now well aware of WHO our enemy is unlike when Kennedy was assassinated and they shot Reagan. That provides some protection. Also the VP is now a Globalist chosen puppet like George Bush and Johnson.

      • NoMoreGore says:

        That is a big concern. I’m absolutely certain they are plotting his assassination right now. And it’s disturbing that Priebus is best buds with Lyin Ryan…. and being considered for Chief of Staff.

  6. LexingtonGreen says:

    Sweet! I am ecstatic with hope. Thank you Tony for all you do!!

  7. 4TimesAYear says:

    Still pinching myself – but like everyone else, feeling hopeful for the future once more. He could not have made a better choice.

  8. Ross says:

    This short video is full of laughs, mainly from CNN

    • Steve Case says:

      Recipe for eating crow:

              Cook in boiling salt water for 10 minutes.
              Alternately put corn (3 pieces)
              green peppers (3 pieces)
              and cherry tomatoes (3)
              along with 4 pieces of crow meat on each skewer.
              Use 1 mushroom to top each skewer.
              Brush with melted butter
              Place on preheated grill for about 4 minutes.
              Serve and enjoy (-:

  9. Peta says:

    I’m sorry, all I see is moving the chairs on the Titanic.
    The EPA needs to have it’s fangs pulled.
    Make a board that can only recommend things to the States and let the States take the actions they see as appropriate for their State.

    • tonyheller says:

      You haven’t seen anything. Trump doesn’t take office for two months.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Trump has promised to get rid of about 70% of the regulations strangling US industry.

      He can also expedite approvals on nuclear plant and the Keystone pipeline.

      The dangerous point is right now during the Lame Duck Session.

    • Yaakov Haimovich says:

      There are decisions only elected people can and should take in a democracy.
      Not appointed bureaucrats.

      • Nicholas Schroeder says:

        The US is NOT a democracy, it’s a representative republic!

        • Yaakov Haimovich says:

          A representative republic is one kind of democracy.
          A democracy is not just a direct democracy.
          The representatives are elected not appointed by a king or such,right?
          Ergo the USA is a democracy.
          You can’t have a 320 million citizens direct democracy,it a practical impossibility.

          • RAH says:

            The US Government is a REPUBLIC founded on democratic principles. The founders of this nation formulated this government upon lessons learned from the classical republics of history and knowing, as the Ancient Greeks had learned, that a true democracy is neither workable nor just.

    • RAH says:

      Your complaining and criticizing just THREE FUCKING DAYS after the election?

  10. Peta says:

    I’m sorry, all I see is moving the chairs on the Titanic.
    The EPA needs to have it’s fangs pulled.
    Make it a board that can only recommend things to the States and let the States take the actions they see as appropriate for their State.

  11. spren says:

    Isn’t it a classic? Snopes, the “noted” fact-checker refers to someone as a climate denier. What a hoot. Why aren’t these idiot progressives, who think they are just so smart, smart enough to go and check their own freaking facts rather than relying on what someone else tells them?

  12. Jimmy Haigh says:

    This is Snopes……

  13. CheshireRed says:

    You’ve got yourself well and truly noticed, Tony. This will be just the start. Great work.

  14. Gail Combs says:

    ConservativeTreeHouse ‘Treepers’ discuss the EPA, Myron Ebell and the eroding of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 HERE:

    Looks like some of Main Street ‘gets it’ thank goodness.

  15. Nicholas Schroeder says:

    So will Gavin, Trenberth, et. al. be job shopping?

  16. Bytor says:

    While this is great news in the short term, let us see if Mr. Ebell is in favor of completely closing down the federal EPA. I for one am getting tired of their historic and catastrophic environmental disasters (eg; Gold King Mine and the like).

    The EPA has no place within our federal government, and like the vast majority of agencies are not sanctioned by our Constitution. They operate outside of the confines of our representative body and are wholly unconstitutional by their very basis.

    Trump needs to wipe out and close the vast majority of agencies within the federal government and return authority and control back to the individual sovereign States where it belongs.

  17. Interesting times. Glad to hear that Ebell should provide a good balance of “environmental and business protections”. Maybe he should be the next EPA Administrator?

    I consider myself a “naturalist”, but I also realize that humanity is part of nature and has a rightful place on this planet. Survival of the fittest is nature’s rule. And it is fitting to find a good balance.

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