Month: February 2015
Thanks in part to increasing fossil fuel use, we are bringing about a world where our bodies and our crops have more of the water they need, not less.
Addressing the Russian, Chinese, and North Korean nuclear threat must be America’s highest defense priority and merits any investment necessary.
The actual fight is between the far left who want to keep our public lands locked up and those of us who think they should be managed correctly for the benefit of all Montanans not just a few rich liberals.
We used to see 32 patients a day with one tech, and now we struggle to see 24 patients a day with four techs. And we provide worse care.
The Pandora’s Box of litigation potentially spewing forth by so-called animal rights organizations, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the ASPCA, or various humane societies, could cripple livestock operations, pet stores, and even ordinary citizens whose interactions with animals may be deemed “abusive.”
For decades, Southern Utah has been in the grip of powerful environmental organizations that are run by elite radicals from almost everywhere except Southern Utah.
The notions that fracking is only a decade old and the industry is “lightly regulated” are laughable to anyone knowledgeable with what is involved.
The Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act — passed by the Colorado legislature in 2010 to promote replacing six aging Front Range coal-fired power plants with natural gas — will lead to up to a 4 million ton cut in coal sales, Sanderson said.
Representatives of the LDS church support bills that protect LGBT individuals in various life areas such as housing or employment; however, the leaders expressed so long as this legislation and open dialogue didn’t interfere with other religious freedoms
Jordan Alan Virgin, 25, was working with the juvenile inmate at about 8:40 p.m. on Sept. 19 when he grabbed her crotch with his right hand and squeezed, the report described.