Tag: Endangered Species Act
Sue-and-settle: a good deal for environmental activists, a bad deal for the American taxpayer, jobs, the economy and endangered species.
Wildearth Guardians and the Center for Biological Diversity are not environmental watchdogs, they’re left wing parasites feeding off settlements against private companies andsympathetic taxpayer funded agencies.
Landowners in Colorado and Utah feel deeply betrayed and anxious because of the Endangered Species Act’s much-feared land and resource use regulations.
Now, in 2015, the battle still rages, and with a president willing to appease the radical environmental movement at any cost, the stakes are higher than ever before.
While species conservation usually conjures images of furry woodland creatures, plant life are also among those under federal protection. Mead’s Milkweed has been listed as “threatened” since 1988 due to habitat destruction, the advancement of invasive species consumption by weevils, deer and cattle, just to name a few factors. But there’s a kicker: The feds aren’t really even sure if things are getting better.