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Overcrowding, misery, disappointment mark 100 years of National Park Service

Posted by in Big Government, Federal Agencies, Government Run Amok

“It’s so noisy, and so busy, and so overcrowded, they were closing areas because of overcapacity of the cars.”


Utah takes feds to court over violation of statehood equality

Posted by in Constitution, Federal Abuse, Natural Resources

In Utah, nearly 70 percent of the state is owned by the federal government, limiting the state’s control over land uses, such as grazing, oil and gas development, and forest management.


How national monument designation could harm Bears Ears antiquities

Posted by in Antiquities Act, Government Overreach, Native Americans

Federal land management agencies are strapped for cash. The National Park Service has a deferred maintenance backlog of nearly $12 billion.


Federal land hogs eating up the West

Posted by in Federal Overreach, Transfer of Public Lands

The Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management lose $2 billion each year managing federal lands.


It’s not logging obliterating our forests, it’s the U.S. Forest Service bending to radical environmentalists

Posted by in Federal Control, Radical Environmentalism, U.S. Forest Service

“The environmental regulations and the philosophy prevents them from doing anything to restore the forests to a healthy condition. You literally can’t go in anymore.”


Federal Dysfunction Foments Disastrous Public Lands Management

Posted by in Federal Abuse, Public Lands

Poorly managed western forests — clogged with small “kindling” trees and older dead trees and branches — erupted into increasingly large, environmentally damaging conflagrations.


Why western states are fighting the feds to take back stolen lands

Posted by in Federal Overreach, Transfer of Public Lands

Federal lands should provide a rich source of revenues to benefit the public, but they are instead a fiscal burden on taxpayers.


The Federal Government’s Immoral Mismanagement of Public Lands

Posted by in New American Feminism

No sane land manager would allow his timber to burn up, or rich natural resources to remain in the ground, or roads to be closed that provide access to his property. But that is what the federal government does.


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