Category Archives: Radical Environmentalism

I Guess I’m an Angry White Man

Who said the “whites without a college degree” are all male? Why is it always Angry White Men and never Angry White Women, when, in fact, a majority of white women voted for Trump? My theory is that it’s harder … Continue reading

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Stinging fears over ‘bee-pocalypse’

For one thing, reports of major, unexplained bee disappearances date back at least to 940 A.D. in Ireland. The vexing problem is nothing new…Second, actual field studies of bee populations in association with extensive neonicotinoid use in canola and corn … Continue reading

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Rural Oregon’s Lost Prosperity Gives Standoff a Distressed Backdrop

Areas that were once economically important languish as jobs are clustered in urban centers, creating a feeling of powerlessness as their populations grow older, poorer and less educated. Although this article is about what one would expect from the NYT … Continue reading

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Smart Meters: Enforcement Of Mandatory Water Restrictions Is Only Just The Beginning

I guess it never dawned on the commie bastards that the problem is their subsidization all these years of cheap water. Had they turned the resource over to the private sector, and the free market pricing mechanism, they wouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Skeptical Environmentalist

(Lomborg) stresses the need for clear-headed prioritization of resources to tackle real, not imagined, problems. THE one and only thing that can equitably “prioritize resource use” is a free market founded upon private property rights. Through its price rationing mechanism, … Continue reading

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Environmentalism in the Light of Menger and Mises

This is a must read for anyone interested in a real and lasting solution to the liberty and property rights destroying ideas of “radical environmentalism.” — jtl by George Reisman from the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics. Volume 5, No 2 (Summer 2002).  … Continue reading

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Study: Global One-child Policy Not Enough for “Sustainability”

How do you do an eye roll in cyber code? — jtl, 419 Written by  Alex Newman at The New American A team of environmental “scientists” published a new study in a U.S. government-linked journal claiming that even a planetary Communist … Continue reading

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City to Fine Residents for Putting Too Much Food in Garbage

Did you, ever in a million years, dream that your garbage man would be given police power? Orwell was an optimist. — jtl, 419 Written by  Selwyn Duke for The New American Your refrigerator fails and you dump a large amount … Continue reading

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Why Ranchers Should Care About The Documentary “Cowspiracy”

So what’s new? Our destroyers have been blaming everything from the Crucifixion of Christ on down on the cow for a long, long time now. — jtl, 419  By  Amanda Radke in BEEF Daily A new documentary entitled, “Cowspiracy,” paints the beef … Continue reading

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Armed Militia Still Guarding Nevada Rancher Bundy

Left unresolved is the government’s claim that Bundy owes more than $1.1 million for letting some 900 cows trespass for 20 years… Bundy does not owe the government mafia anything for running his cows on his land. This is nothing … Continue reading

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