Environmentalists Would Buy the Land They Want to Protect, If Government Allowed It

This is a very good video, but there is one vital point missing. Environmentalist groups are phenomenally wealthy and could easily lobby to get the laws mentioned by the PERC representative changed. So the million dollar question is: “Why don’t they?” PHOTO CREDIT: View along Copper Creek Trail, Kings Canyon National Park, California By Tom… Read More Environmentalists Would Buy the Land They Want to Protect, If Government Allowed It

Environmentalists Harass Canadian Indigenous Tribes

An enclave of environmentalists was recently established in Vancouver Island, Canada which is located north of Victoria. The encampment was founded for the sole purpose to disrupt logging in a rainforest in Fairy Creek. However, National Post reports area Indian tribes are not on board since the logging is taking place in Pacheedaht First Nation… Read More Environmentalists Harass Canadian Indigenous Tribes

Ryan Zinke (Rightly) Blames Environmentalists For California’s Wildfires

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was in California a few days ago to assess the damage done resulting from wildfires that occurred there recently. He correctly laid blame at the feet where it belongs: environmentalists. Thankfully, President Trump also paid the Golden State a visit and Governor Jerry Brown has adopted President Trump and Secretary… Read More Ryan Zinke (Rightly) Blames Environmentalists For California’s Wildfires

Environmentalists Lose on Two Legal Fronts

Despite the wave of lawsuits from environmentalist organizations in reaction to the Trump Administration’s environmental policies, fortunately, there are (albeit limited) instances where greens have lost. At times governments push back against environmentalists because their policies are will destroy jobs or economic growth. For example, in Massachusetts a federal agency disputed claims made by the… Read More Environmentalists Lose on Two Legal Fronts

Two eco-terrorists arrested for logging company sabotage

Three people were arrested in connection with vandalism of logging equipment that took place in south Ouachita Parish, Louisiana last week. Joshua Jurca, 22, and Rhonda Barnes, 21 and a thirteen-year old boy were booked on charges of felony criminal damage. According to The News Star, investigators state the three allegedly broke into a logging… Read More Two eco-terrorists arrested for logging company sabotage