Month: January 2015
Environmental organizations have made a business of suing the Federal Government over its mismanagement of public lands.
Opening markets cannot magically transform totalitarian regimes into democracies — at least, not as long as the rulers maintain a stranglehold over civil society.
Demonstrations staged by the left nearly always turn violent, and the threats by Occupy Wall Street to haul politicians and business people out and hang them bothered not a single Democrat.
Last year, CDHS hired 53 new staff members for juvenile detention facilities, spending $1.2 million it had left over from contract placements, and hired 30 staff members, at an annual cost of $2.4 million, for the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo.
Although I am using Vollmer’s list in it’s original form, my purpose in using it is not to support the growth of government-run education, but instead to reveal how many parental responsibilities have been taken up by public schools.
Hull would have immediately attempted to visit the Tojo government of Imperial Japan to let Bing Crosby sing the Japanese Imperial Staff a love song.
Monument-backers know Browns Canyon has been managed since 1980 as a wilderness study area. That’s just about the highest level of protection a piece of federal land can get.
None of these “renewable energy” subsidies to harvest the sun’s rays will have more than a tiny impact on greenhouse gas emissions.
Liebman directed his students to stand in front of the pro-energy citizens and block them by holding up their “ban fracking” signs, which they did. He then took out a camera and snapped a number of photographs of them doing so.
Ivanpah Solar Energy Facility, winner of the 2014 Renewable Energy Project of the Year, has, for example, already cost more than $1.5 billion.