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Is this private school getting public money to push radical environmentalism?

Posted by in Education, Radical Environmentalism

SUWA is infamous for what some refer to as dirty tricks and others refer to as lies, in garnering donations from supporters through near-hysterical ads portraying oil rigs in national parks, and similar scare tactics.


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.”


Big money and myths behind Bears Ears land grab push

Posted by in Federal Land Grabs, Native Americans, Radical Environmentalism

The difference in funding is staggering $20,000,000.00 (radicalized environmentalists) vs $1,870.00 (grassroots movement).


This Navajo couple says “No Bears Ears Monument”

Posted by in Antiquities Act, Federal Abuse, Native Americans

It is heartbreaking to think of what the land will come to if this monument takes place, the access and the resources that will be stripped from those who love the land most.


More proof federal ‘protection’ increases vandalism to antiquities

Posted by in Federal Control, National Parks, Vandalism

This is more proof that federal ‘protection’ of lands, resources and natural treasures, protects nothing, and actually exposes them to destruction due to vast numbers of human visitors.


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.


Colorado: Intoxication Nation

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Legalized Marijuana

Alcohol businesses are seeing ‘phenomenal growth’ alongside marijuana industry in Colorado.


How Social Media Drives National Park Vandalism

Posted by in Internet, National Parks, Social Media

Share the love! May 10, 2014 This article, found on the Friends of the Colorado Monument website, brings attention to the downside of big crowds drawn to high-visibility, historically famous national parks. Those crowds, combined with quick fame via social media postings, have created a new vulnerability to our national protected areas that neither the…


Just Say NO! to Another National Park: Here’s Why

Posted by in National Parks

Those homes, farming operations, and indeed everything within the “view shed” of this magical mesa may be changed forever.


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