The American Spectator on Sackett

January 13, 2012 | By TIMOTHY SANDEFUR

Robert J. Smith has a witty look at the Sackett case and the EPA generally over at The American Spectator. Excerpt:

From the day the Clean Water Act was passed, giving the federal government the authority to protect navigable waters, the bureaucrats at EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers have stretched the definition of navigable water beyond all rational bounds to include almost any surface that is ever wet—no matter how seldom, for how short a time, or to what degree or depth. As one attorney has put it, the government is now trying to regulate the “moistures of the United States.”

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