Month: August 2016
NPS officials spent taxpayer dollars on 78 projects that damaged over 200 sacred mounds without conducting any sort of impact analysis.
WEA asks the court to direct the BLM to “abandon its current leasing schedule immediately, rescind any guidance documents and instruction memoranda that implement these unlawful practices,
“There’s a certain kind of American people who seem to think the landscape is some kind of game board,” Price said. “When we use public lands for recreation, we’re opening them up to a very destructive group of people who think ‘public’ means ‘party.’ These sites took generations to make, and people can get in there and destroy them in half an hour.”
I absolutely oppose a monument. The government has already done harm by advertising our area.
“It’s so noisy, and so busy, and so overcrowded, they were closing areas because of overcapacity of the cars.”
Years of sacred- and ceremonial-ground desecration at the Effigy Mounds National Monument in northeast Iowa disgraced the National Park Service, as did a recently sentenced former park manager who stole ancient human remains and hid them in his garage for more than two decades.
Something’s wrong with our National Parks system when lines to get to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim look like lines to get “Hamilton” tickets.
The Sierra Club and Center for Biological Diversity are two green groups running off the rails of science and into the strange weeds of dismantling Western Civilization.
“Again, your food and heat do not matter more than our children’s views. Flat out.”
Everyone has learned that tourism also brings sprawling growth, crappy jobs, ever-higher rents and home prices, and an increasingly unmanageable crush of visitors and traffic.