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No Need To Dust Off The Civilian Conservation Corps

November 1, 2020 by

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By Peter Murphy ~ America’s west has been burning in unprecedented ways. California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington have had the worst wildfires in anyone’s memory. In the Golden State, five of six largest wildfires in California’s history burned last summer, Dozens of fires have destroyed four million acres and more than 9,000 structures. Something must […]

Relief At Last From The Misdirected Endangered Species Act

August 19, 2019 by

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By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ From 1968 to 1971 this author worked to establish a new agency of the Federal Government to protect our nations water supplies, our agricultural lands, our air quality, its waste disposal protocols, our surface and deep mining, our use of chemicals in the environment and everything else that could threaten […]

Economy Over Environment? Why Not Have Both?

March 19, 2010 by

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By Nick Loris It’s a common misconception that a tradeoff exists between economic growth and environmental cleanliness. For decades Gallup has been conducting a poll asking about this very tradeoff. According to its latest one, “53 percent said economic growth should be the nation’s top priority, even if the environment has to suffer. Just 38 […]