Month: May 2015
Two Arizona witnesses provided perspective on how to change the federal government’s approach to wildfires and forest management.
“We want Gov. Hickenlooper to take the message to our Washington landlords that throwing people off public lands, by closing-off access routes, directly threatens our Western economy and culture. The agency doesn’t appear to have gotten that message through the normal public process.”
Much of the ire has been focused on the 32-foot-tall blue mustang with firey red eyes that greets travelers on their way to Denver International Airport.
Federal public lands shall become state public lands to be managed in accordance with state and local plans.
This young soldier took turns at point with a good buddy of his, but the guys in his patrol liked him best because he was handy with the machine gun. They had been taking turns one day when his buddy was shot. It was a roll of the dice. If it had been him as pointman he would have been shot. The father spoke of how this buddy had died in his son’s arms shortly after being hit. His last words were, “Josh, I’ve been shot.” The father was reluctant to tell his wife about this incident. Mothers, you see, don’t mourn just for their own.
Illegal drug trafficking in Colorado has not noticeably decreased, and law-enforcement’s dependence on asset seizure as both a tool for prosecution and a means of funding makes drastic reform of current laws increasingly problematic.
Through the clouds of confusion and turmoil surrounding the Vietnam Era, the light of valor and compassion still shines forth from the lives of those who were saved by the efforts of heroes.
Texas ratepayers have paid an enormous sum to expand the transmission system to support the (state’s green energy) mandate.
The Department of the Interior’s new fracking regulations make it harder for American Indians to compete and to have their shot at the American dream.
“These numbers are sort of like kryptonite for the EPA,” Bailey said in a telephone interview. “They do not like to admit that the Clean Power Plan will have no effect on global climate change.”