The Colorado livestock industry can breathe a sigh of relief. The Denver Post reports Colorado’s Supreme Court has ruled that a proposed husbandry referendum, Initiative 16, is invalid since it conflicts with the state’s single subject requirement. Had Initiative 16 passed, it would have equated raising farm animals and even fishing to animal cruelty. The… Read More Colorado Supreme Court Rules Husbandry Ban Initiative Is Invalid
Tony Heller likely would have been in the Table Mesa King Soupers in Boulder this week, had it not been for Governor Polis locking the state down one year ago.
A proposed ballot initiative in Colorado, cynically named the PAUSE Act, filed by animal rights groups would not only ban artificial insemination of cattle (aka husbandry), but would destroy the Centennial State’s cattle business. The sinister intent behind the proposal isn’t just the economic effects, but, taking into account what is reported by KOAA News… Read More CO. Husbandry Ban Initiative Would Do More Than Destroy State Cattle Industry
It doesn’t take a scientific study, like the one just released, to reveal marijuana cultivation’s huge carbon footprint. France 24 broadcast a report on their Down To Earth program 3 years ago that revealed the vast amount of resources needed to farm cannabis, including the resulting environmental devastation. However, there was one interesting solution mentioned… Read More Not So Green: Why Cannabis Has A Hefty Carbon Footprint
So much for environmentalists claiming that the legal marijuana industry’s carbon emissions are nothing compared to other industries since, in theory, cannabis could be grown outdoors. Colorado is also going to have to re-think a proposal floated last year to use craft brewery emissions in order to help the Centennial State’s pot industry due to… Read More Massive Demand For Cannabis Results In Huge Carbon Footprint
Earlier in the week, Dan Haley, President and CEO of The Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) joined 630AM KHOW talk show host Ross Kaminsky to talk about The North Face’s canceling a custom order from Innovex and how, like any other clothing manufacturer, the company benefits from fossil fuels despite their virtue signalling. You… Read More COGA Rep Thanks The North Face For Buying So Much Petroleum
Joe Biden halted oil and gas drilling on federal properties and in for 3 months which takes affect immediately. New Mexico politicians and even the Pipefitter’s Union are said to be surprised and disappointed with his decision due to the expected job losses and his promise not to ban fracking while running for president. You… Read More Biden Halts Oil and Gas Drilling, Thousands Of Jobs Affected
Despite Great Britain’s drifting to full lockdown and discoveries of a new coronavirus strain in California and Colorado, the reports of it being deadlier than the original are being overstated despite its being more contagious. However, the newly discovered variant could make the political outcomes far tougher than they are now despite places such as… Read More “Super #COVID” May Not Be As Deadly
Tony Heller says: Colorado is one of those fine Democrat states where they insist on taking bad advice from the same incompetent scientists over and over again. They imagine this makes them very sophisticated.
The Left seems unwilling to back down on being violent post-November 3rd. Regardless of the outcome of the election in November, the Left is not only preparing but also calling for mass violence and even providing a strategy on how to do it. According to Breitbart, one group known as ShutDownDC recently published an online… Read More Leftists Continue To Advocate For Post-Election Violence