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Oregon candidate exposes social, economic catastrophe caused by federal control in Josephine County

Posted by in Environmental extremism, Federal Control, Oregon

Because of federal land-taking, we now have a broken county with a median household income less than the State of Mississippi.


USFS Environmentalist No Logging Policies Kill Livestock, Wildlife, Trees

Posted by in Environmentalism, Federal Agencies, Forest Service

We have to send a message to the Forest Service and the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition that people’s lives, homes, properties, and livestock are more important than an ideology.


Renewable Power Mandates Headed for Extinction?

Posted by in Energy, Energy Policy, Environmentalism

The year 2015 may go down in the books as the year support for renewable energy died.


Whacking Eagles: How the Right can Capture the Environmental Narrative

Posted by in Energy, Environmentalism, Socialism

Solar arrays have resulted in the erosion of large swaths of desert soils, the stunting and destruction of plant life, and the loss of numerous ground-dwelling animals.


Will Obama Employ Antiquities Act in Massive Western Land Grab?

Posted by in Energy, Environmentalism, Federal Agency Overreach, National Parks

The National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) is working with the National Park Service (NPS) to implement “Landscape-level conservation,” which regards national parks as simply “hubs within larger, landscape-level conservation efforts.”


Sacrificing Animals on the Altar of Green Energy

Posted by in Conservatism, Energy, Environmentalism

It’s been estimated 573,000 birds are killed each year after striking wind turbines, including 83,000 raptors, many of which are protected species, such as bald eagles.


Colorado Rep., Ray Scott, Confronts Hickenlooper’s War on Jobs

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Environmentalism, Gun Control

Western Colorado is on life support. Businesses are closing – between the 4th Quarter of 2008 and the 4th quarter of 2012, Mesa County experienced a net loss of 620 businesses – unemployment is high (up from 3.8% in 2008 to 7% in 2013 – an increase of over 80%), our labor pool has all but disappeared, and the need for public assistance is straining local and state resources. These are not empty claims; the data I am including supports each statement.


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