Month: November 2015

Sarge: The Democrat legacy of a permanent underclass

Posted by in History, Progressivism

“Think first about the fact that the Left has deliberately created a more or less permanent underclass, dependent on Democrats for sustenance, voting for them in perpetuity.”

Squanto: Interpreter, Teacher, Savior

Posted by in American History, Thanksgiving

John Alden and Priscilla Mullins took passage to the New World on the Mayflower.

Western states fight for custody of precious lands and resources

Posted by in Federal Overreach, Transfer of Public Lands

In the West, our relationship with federal lands is much different. It is our backyard, and poor resource management inflicts repercussions.

Kick Hick: Refugee plan spurs huge backlash against Colorado governor

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Islamic Terrorism

Immediately following his announcement, a “Recall Hickenlooper 2015” Facebook group was formed which quickly gained over 4,000 followers, and a number of online petitions were created.

Possible Mexican Nationals Implicated in Illegal Colorado Pot Grow

Posted by in Illegal aliens, Marijuana

Luis Rios-Cortes, 23, who had a Mexican identification card when contacted by authorities, was indicted on identical charges and faces a separate charge of being an alien illegally in the United States in possession of a firearm.

The Federal Government’s Immoral Mismanagement of Public Lands

Posted by in New American Feminism

No sane land manager would allow his timber to burn up, or rich natural resources to remain in the ground, or roads to be closed that provide access to his property. But that is what the federal government does.

Minnesota State U addresses French terror attacks by warning students against “racism and intolerance”

Posted by in New American Feminism

Minnesota State U addresses French terror attacks by warning students against “racism and intolerance”

Federal no-logging policies and tinder box forests

Posted by in Federal Agencies, National Forests

It is not complicated: logging and thinning were the chief tools of fire suppression.

Government interference in energy markets impedes national security

Posted by in Energy Policy, National Security

If the goal of government is to advance policies that keep America free, safe and prosperous, then in energy export reform, Washington has an opportunity to check all three blocks at once.

Fracking Lies Fractivists Tell

Posted by in Fossil Fuels, Fracking

There are at least four common fallacies used to discourage big-picture thinking and breed opposition to fossil fuels.

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