Monthly Archives: August 2014

List of excuses for ‘The Pause’ in global warming

39 and counting This list was originally compiled by me for the first 10 seen above, and updated by Mark at The Hockey Schtick, and is repeated here for broader reach. It will be updated regularly. Each item links to … Continue reading

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Understanding Resources

…oil was not a resource before we discovered how to make petroleum out of it and how to use petroleum for energy. Rather, it was a nuisance and finding oil on one’s property actually lowered the value of that property. It was … Continue reading

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Response to George Monbiot

There is no doubt but what Allan Savory is one of the most brilliant men to have ever lived. Anywhere his method is properly applied the health of the environment improves. So, if the method is so great, then why … Continue reading

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Here is some interesting (and possibly useful) information that made me wonder how much more complicated can life possibly get? — jtl This past year, UT passed a bill (HB149) that clarifies the jurisdiction of law enforcement officers on federal … Continue reading

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Colorado voters to weigh in on GMO food labeling

by lisa-baertlein via Canadian Cattlemaen Reuters — Colorado voters in November will have their say on a proposition that would require labels on foods that contain genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). Proponents of GMO labeling initiatives, who say they have the right … Continue reading

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Book Release Announcement: Environmental Economics

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View edited by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume Is now available in both PAPERBACK and Kindle Murray N. Rothbard was the father of what some call Radical Libertarianism or Anarcho-Capitalism which Hans-Hermann Hoppe described as … Continue reading

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PETA video relied on fear-mongering tactics

A couple of things need to be noted. First, the PETA ilk do not give two hoots in hell about cruelty to animals. Their sole focus and mission is politics. Second, they have no respect for private property. What this … Continue reading

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Call-to-Action to Submit Comments

You do not have to be a member of the Arizona Cattle Grower’s Association (or even live in Arizona) to submit comments on this very important to western ranchers issue. — jtl Call-to-Action to Submit Comments Mexican Gray Wolf Update … Continue reading

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Who-d a-thunk it? Game ranching and private ownership of wildlife for hunting, tourism and meat are saving rhinos, etc.

Well duh! That legally secure private property rights is the foundation for economic prosperity and development used to be a fundamental idea in our society and culture. It was even taught in the public’s schools. Suddenly I woke up and … Continue reading

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Commissioner Suzie Foss’s Testimony on the Damage of Wildfire

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