Everything is getting cancelled because of fear of a virus. In this video , Tony Heller shows how people are behaving now than they did in the past.
Tom Morton, KTWO Radio More than a decade of research has determined that oil and gas development did not pollute water wells near the town of Pavillion, according to a report issued by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality on Monday. “We just have not been able to find [contaminants] in those domestic wells that… Read More WYDEQ: Fracking Had No Effect On Pavillion Water Wells
Environmentalist groups, such as the Center for Biological Diversity, have successfully blocked grizzly bear hunting in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming by having a federal court re-list the animal as an endangered species. In reality, the environmentalist groups seek more grizzly attacks on humans by wanting larger bear populations. Hopefully, the governors of the three aforementioned… Read More Environmentalists Seek More Grizzly Bear Attacks in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming
Despite being de-listed from the Endangered Species List by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2017, and its population growing almost sixfold after 42 years, a federal court has delayed a grizzly bear hunt that was to take place in Wyoming and Idaho Saturday. According to The Daily Caller, environmentalist and native Indian groups… Read More Court Postpones Wyoming-Idaho Grizzly Bear Hunt
After being removed from the US endangered species list, the Yellowstone grizzly bear population in Wyoming has grown prompting federal wildlife officials to issue hunting licenses to allow for hunting the animals. According to The Daily Caller, one environmentalist named Lisa Robertson is among a group of fraudsters who will apply for a hunting license… Read More Environmentalists Seek More Grizzly Bear Attacks in Wyoming
People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) got into a tizzy after Cheyenne, Wyoming’s Ice and Events Center announced it would host its fifth annual Chicken Curling tournament. The group’s president, Ingrid Newkirk, sent a letter to Cheyenne’s Mayor Marion Orr suggesting an alternative. The Mayor appeared on AM 650 KGAB… Read More Cheyenne Mayor’s Great Response to PETA
One day Wyoming resident Andy Johnson decided to build a pond on his property where he could house fish, his kids could play and his horses could drink. According to Deseret News, the Environmental Pollution Agency (EPA) accuses Johnson of breaching the Clean Water Act for blocking off Six Mile Creek and polluting the water… Read More EPA threatens Wyoming man with daily fines for homemade pond
The Casper Star Tribune has published a very revealing article describing the trade offs ranchers have to make with wolves being considered endangered species. The specific ranch profiled in the story points out that within a year after wolves were introduced in Yellowstone National Park twenty years ago, they arrived at Diamond G Ranch in… Read More Ranchers find ways to live with wolves