Insane EPA Chief Created Secret Alias, Gave It Awards and Certificates

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Lisa Jackson

EPA Chief Lisa Jackson has moved on to teaching Apple how to be a green fruit by using solar energy to fry escaping child workers in China, but Apple may want to reconsider hiring a woman who seems to be a few apples short of a tree.

We learned earlier that not only did Lisa Jackson create the alias of Richard Windsor, but she communicated with people as Windsor while pretending to be her own assistant.

And apparently Windsor was a very talented employee and scored all sorts of awards and commendations.

“Richard Windsor” may have only been an alias for former Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson, but that didn’t stop him from being awarded numerous certificates for ethics and records management.

The EPA awarded certificates naming Jackson/Windsor a “scholar of ethical behavior.” Jackson, under her secret alias, was also awarded certificates for completing training modules on email records management.

Nothing says “scholar of ethical behavior” like running a major Federal agency under a dual identity.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "Nothing says “scholar of ethical behavior” like running a major Federal agency under a dual identity."

    Being a good leftist is a lot like being a good muslim.

    • Deep Space

      Having worked for a Federal contractor I can tell you that many, if not all, contractor employees and Federal employees as well are obliged to take some core tests and depending on the area in which they work additional ones to maintain an up-to-date and standard body of knowledge. I'm not sure how her using the "Richard Windsor" ident-O-kit squares with accusations of criminality unless this is specifically prohibited. I think one explanation is that she did not want FOIA requests to obtain test results associated with her real name because – and this is just a guess – if she had done poorly or even failed (generally one can retake the tests and its not uncommon for people at all levels to fail once and a while) this would have fueled a debate about her competence and probably allowed a few racist canards to be trotted out. And BTW, the small group I worked with had a number of incompetent people, all of them white.

  • Mary Sue

    Liberalism is a mental disorder, and this is no greater proof.

  • Jmulcahy

    I think it is not so much a mental disorder as a criminal enterprise. It is fraud.

    • Deep Space

      Not an Obama supporter but please tell me who was defrauded?

      • gee59

        The American people – we thought he was the president for the United States – but his actions belie that statement

  • charlotte

    Remember those EPA diesel fumes experiments where elderly sick people were paid $12 p/hr to sit in a sealed room with diesel fumes pumped from a running truck outside? First posted here on Front Page? Well the EPA did those on kids too and scrubbed all the details from the web.
    http://junkscience.com/2013/02/25/epa-scrubs-data

    • Herman

      And the moon is made of cheese. Some of the problems of today are gullable people. Listen to what you wrote. The data scrubbed but people know about it. Naive'.

      • ziggy zoggy

        Did you know about it, Mrs. sophistication? Ever heard of a page grab or human memory?

        Thought not.

      • Horace

        Click charlotte's link and read it yourself Herman.

      • pagegl

        So, it's totally impossible for anyone to remember such things. Talk about naive.

  • onecornpone

    Through the backdoor, rabid Lefitist environmental and animal rights groups have been pulling the strings at EPA for years, thus Jackson's need for an off the record avenue with which to communicate with her bosses makes perfect sense.

    The saboteurs of Capitalism are no longer burdened with what most citizens of America would expect as a formal legal process for turning questionable complaints against business and suspicions of producer wrongdoing into crushing rules. In fact, EPA merely needs to receive a complaint, backed up with any old questionable "scientific" data, signed off on by any ole pseudo-scientist, after which they issue a "finding", basically ruling in favor of the complaining party, spewing out new rules/regs and issuing business crushing fines willy-nilly.

    Those producers who come under EPA's "special" scrutiny have no recourse other than to submit to outlandish rule changes designed to kill their ability to maintain their line of businesses, or fight their way through the courts at their own expense. Many are smallish businesses and producers, who simply don't have the resources to pull off such a monumenetal coordinated legal fight. They begin the legal process against injustice based on moral outrage, only to eventually realize the legal expense to fight the Fed Govt all the way to the highest courts will result in their bankruptcy.

    In other words, once targeted, YOU the individual are going down, one way or the other. Dr Gary Baize blogs about EPA's outrageous jack-booted thugery at <a href="http://www.farmfutures.com” target=”_blank”> <a href="http://www.farmfutures.com” target=”_blank”> <a href="http://www.farmfutures.com” target=”_blank”>www.farmfutures.com under "Defending Agriculture". His focus is reporting on EPA's injustice, ham-handed treatment and arrogance toward ag producers. I'm sure many other industries have their own interesting reportage of interaction with the agency.

    In light of recent revelations, the question is, were the EPA targets TEA Party enthusiasts, or large (R) donors?

    • GaltFan

      "There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power government has is the power to crack down on criminals. When there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws." – Atlas Shrugged

      Let us also consider the SCOTUS decision written by "Learned Hand" (an obvious misnomer) in an ancient 'anti-trust' case against ALCOA:

      "It was not inevitable that it should always anticipate increases in the demand for ingot and be prepared to supply them. Nothing compelled it to keep doubling and redoubling its capacity before others entered the field. It insists that it never excluded competitors; but we can think of no more effective exclusion than progressively to embrace each new opportunity as it opened, and to face every newcomer with new capacity already geared into a great organization, having the advantage of experience, trade connections and the elite of personnel."

      Don't you DARE be the best that you can be – it isn't fair

      A government of lawlessness…

    • GaltFan

      "There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power government has is the power to crack down on criminals. When there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws." – Atlas Shrugged

      Let us also consider the SCOTUS decision written by "Learned Hand" (an obvious misnomer):

      "It was not inevitable that it should always anticipate increases in the demand for ingot and be prepared to supply them. Nothing compelled it to keep doubling and redoubling its capacity before others entered the field. It insists that it never excluded competitors; but we can think of no more effective exclusion than progressively to embrace each new opportunity as it opened, and to face every newcomer with new capacity already geared into a great organization, having the advantage of experience, trade connections and the elite of personnel."

      Don't you DARE be the best that you can be – it isn't fair

      A government of lawlessness…

  • Edward Cline

    Perhaps Lisa Jackson also "channeled" Mohammad, and gave him a certificate for "Excellence in People Management."

  • GaltFan

    Isn't impersonating an agent of the Federal Government a felony? At least a misdemeanor?

    The prison cell door should be slamming shut on this one.

    Nah, there ain't no double-standard, is there?

    Banana Republic here we come…

    • Looking4Sanity

      She's no doubt a relative of yours. The behavior is unmistakable.

      • Kevin Stowell

        LOL

        • Looking4Sanity

          See? I told you the inmates had taken over the asylum!

      • GaltFan

        You're a funny guy Tashtego.

        No, I haven't forgotten about your other account. Yes, I still have piles of evidence from when you went on your nasty little campaign against onecornpone. You remember – calling her stuff like the Wh*re of Babylon and the like. You didn't really have a valid reason to do that that I could see, so I just figured HPD played you.

        It's a good thing that you're a Christian that turns the other cheek, forgives and forgets and moves on with life. It's also nice that you're not excessively judgmental since you wouldn't want to be judged by others for your past sins.

        Have a nice day…

        • Looking4Sanity

          Struck a nerve, did I? Good! Feel free to GFY, you schizophrenic whackadoodle. And you can take your milquetoast brand of social justice religion with you.

          • GaltFan

            No, you actually gave me another opening to point out some of the many levels of your hypocrisy.

            No need to call you names in return since your own words say more about you than I would bother to…

          • Looking4Sanity

            Embrace the pain. You've earned it. I'm sure you've got a bottle close by to numb it anyway. You should be thanking me for providing you the excuse to go on another of your drunken binges.

          • GaltFan

            2. Stay on topic.
            3. No ad hominem attacks.

            Go ahead and reply so you can have the last word, I'm done with this 'conversation'…

  • Rifleman

    Lisa Jackson isn't so much crazy, as she is a socialist crook. She didn't go through all that time and trouble just to amuse herself.

  • Deerknocker

    Forget about incompetence and corruption, these Obama appointees are just really weird.

  • cxt

    Don't know if she was crazy or if it was a really sinister attempt to "flesh-out" a "cover" ID for her actions.

    Such "cover" e-mails are illegal so its quite possible that she was trying to make her "cover" as "real" as she could.

  • Looking4Sanity

    This sounds an awful lot like some of these Intense Debate psychos running around the internet master debating themselves. We are truly through the looking glass now.

  • tagalog

    Richard Windsor was Lisa Jackson's invisible friend; isn't that cute? Obviously, someone with an imagination that vivid should be a high federal government official.