Tag Archives: Environmentalism

Growing Drive to Destroy the Beef Industry

To bring the cattle industry into line with this world view the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association has accepted the imposition of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef, which is heavily influenced, if not controlled, by the World Wildlife Fund, one … Continue reading

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Trump Administration Moving to Strip Protection From Wolves Across Country

The Trump administration this week confirmed it is considering a proposal to strip Endangered Species Action protection from nearly all wolves in the lower 48 states, including the Great Lakes region, making the animals vulnerable to trophy hunting and trapping. … Continue reading

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The Real Relationship Between Capitalism and the Environment

When we combine environmental quality data with economic freedom data, we see that the story is very different from what we are usually told. The countries with the most freedom are those with the highest environmental quality. We need more … Continue reading

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Religion of Environmentalism

 Their structure is further bolstered by their chief priests, the characters who define the science and the structured course toward salvation. They are the academics, the lead bureaucrats, and the NGO kingpins. Their scribes, the secular press and the career … Continue reading

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Obama’s national monument designations total 550 million acres

If Bareback Yomama was a Republicrat, the Demopublicans would be whining, “How many starving inter-city black kids would those 550 million acres feed?” The Barnum and Bailey Circus has gone out of business and the uS government has taken its … Continue reading

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Just how ‘permanent’ is Obama’s Arctic drilling ban?

by Michael Bastasch, via CFACT President Barack Obama is unilaterally blocking the government from issuing new offshore drilling leases in large parts of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, which media outlets have described as “permanent.” But just how “permanent” is … Continue reading

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What Does Trump Mean for America’s Lands and Waters?

“If President-Elect Trump and his allies think the results of this election give them a mandate to roll back this progress they are sorely mistaken,” says League of Conservation Voters president Gene Karpinski in a statement. This is something over … Continue reading

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How Many People Can Planet Earth Sustain?

…market prices… give private owners the proper incentives to balance current consumption against future uses, even for nonrenewable resources. It is, in fact, democratically elected government officials who are myopic, since their control over such resources is fleeting. This is … Continue reading

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How many more monuments will Obama create?

President Obama invoked the Antiquities Act, naming his 16th national monument. Ah yes, saving the world for future generations of park rangers. With regard to future generations, think about this.  The typical libtard advocates saving the world for future generations. Which means … Continue reading

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Rate of environmental degradation puts life on Earth at risk, say scientists

This was posted on LinkedIn by the Savory Institute. I offer it as an example of the type of unsupportable, leftist-Marxist, One World Agenda 21 propaganda horseshit posing as “science” that has caused me to distance myself from the Savory … Continue reading

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