The recent protests in the Netherlands reveal a new element governments could use to try to justify even more climate change-related rules: nitrogen. Image by David Mark from Pixabay
New Zealand revealed a proposal today that will begin in 3 years to tax farmer’s for their livestock emissions. The suggested burp and fart tax would be the first of its kind and, no doubt, New Zealand is looking for another source of revenue due to the country’s slowing economy. According to Reuters, the gas… Read More New Zealand Proposes Livestock Fart and Burp Tax
The future King of England, Prince Charles, recently praised an effort to mask cows up to catch their burps. This beats the ridiculousness of efforts to reduce cow farts by a mile. From Newsweek: “Prince Charles has been mocked for backing a climate change initiative that would see a proportion of methane emitted by cows… Read More Prince Charles: Mask Cows For Climate Change
It is extremely odd that fires at meat and fertilizer processing plants are occurring just with potential food shortages in the U.S. in the near future. While fires at meat and fertilizer facilities frequently occur and diminished food supplies are unlikely, the timing of their being covered is certainly suspect. One consideration are animal rights… Read More Are Meat and Fertilizer Plant Fires Part Of Planned Food Shortages?
Bill Gates wants to profit by depriving the world of healthy food products by shutting the meat industry down.
It is easier to fool the people, than to convince them they have been fooled. ― Mark Twain
An outbreak of ferocious hogs in California has gotten so bad that, according to The New York Times, Golden State lawmakers are considering lifting all hunting restrictions in order to address the problem. From The Times: “[Rampaging feral hogs] are tearing up lawns, ripping through golf course fairways, threatening the drinking water and disturbing the… Read More California May Lift Hunting Rules to Address Wild Boar Problem
Four years ago, California voters approved Proposition 12 that requires more space for caged animals such as pigs and chickens. The new law not only expands on prior state laws regarding animal enclosures, but poses huge problems for agriculture merchants. Especially when it involves California’s agriculture department that will issue regulations based on the law… Read More Supply Chain Will Be Affected By Animal “Rights” Propositions
British animal rights activists somehow got hold of the personal information of gun owners and leaked online. They made up a map detailing the gun owners’ information in hopes of discouraging those who hunt from doing so. However, there are other safety implications too. Hopefully, authorities will catch and prosecute the perpetrators. Over 110,000 UK… Read More UK Animal “Rights” Group Leaks Gun Owners’ Information
I recently highlighted an upcoming law in California taking effect next year that could eliminate the state’s pork industry and rob Golden State residents of the meat as a source of food. The new rules make very specific requirements for livestock living conditions. But don’t stock up on bacon or pork chops just yet, Iowa… Read More Iowa Senators Hit Back Against California Anti-Pork Law