"Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air,over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground." Genesis 1:26
September 18, 2011
And so it begins…..
Wildlife Corridor Conservation Act Introduced
There are overlapping schemes that quietly and deliberately drown our property rights and freedom. Take a look at U.S. Congress - H.R. 5101 Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2010. This bill is intended to lead to the formal creation of several continental-scale "wildlife corridor systems" that will negatively impact livelihoods, homes, the environment, ranches, farms, access to resources, outdoor recreation and more.
Taxing the Heart out of Australia
The Carbon Sense Coalition claimed that the Rudd Resource tax was just another in a long line of taxes helping to depopulate rural Australia.
Tester Tests the Waters and Forests of Montana for Sustainable Development with his Destruction of Forest Jobs and Recreation Act
Senator Jon Tester of Montana introduced S. 1470 in July, known as the “Forest Jobs and Recreation Act of 2009.” Regretfully the first two words of the title of the Bill, “Destruction of”, were left off. We must keep in mind that Tester’s Forest Jobs and Recreation Act of 2009 is not about jobs or recreation; it is about removing Montanans from Montana. Then the globalists can get on with the business of bringing to fruition the Wilderness Plan.
Where the Buffalo Roam...But You Can't
Today, there is land aplenty for the buffalo to roam, for eagles to soar and for those of us who cling to hunting and fishing as a sacred way of life. However, unknown to many in the hunting and fishing community there is a document titled “Agenda 21” that spells out action plans for doing away with hunting and fishing and curtailing access to public land.
Yukon to Yellowstone: Concern is our animal "cousins”??
Here is an example of the impact environmental activists have on our constitutionally protected private property rights. They come at us under the guise of “fixing” an issue by creating a “local” or “regional” body to control individual property rights. The error in their thinking is that they are promoting the “common good” in the same manner and for the same reasons that the United Nations attacks private property.
U.S. Set to Take Coloradans Land Without Compensation
At this very hour, Colorado landowners are fighting to prevent the United States federal government from taking their land. Ignored by the mass media, hundreds of farmers and ranchers in southeastern Colorado are facing loss of their property at the hands of the IRS. They are victims of “conservation easements” promoted by federal and state governments, land trust companies, and conservation groups.
Growing Threat of Wildfire Government
There was a time when volunteer fire departments, paid fire fighters and local residents would work hand-in-hand to put out wildfires. It was an amenable relationship sharing hardships, goals and camaraderie.
Santa Cruz' "Wildlands Project" Fire
Santa Cruz mountain residents awoke May 22, 2008 to a fast moving inferno that quickly spread to 3800 acres with no relief in sight. Growing gale winds fueled the fire. Steep ridges and dense redwood tree vegetation have created a largely inaccessible terrain. More than a dozen homes have burned to the ground. More losses are expected.
Burn Baby Burn
As forests have become legally "protected" from fire-fuel management the frequency and ferocity of infernos has dramatically increased. Has the Forest Service adopted a "make it burn" policy?
The Uses and Abuses of Conservation Easements
20 years ago approximately 300,000 acres of land in the United States were subject to conservation easements donated to private, tax-exempt charitable trusts. Today, over 7,000,000 acres are so held, an almost 25-fold increase. This amount of acreage is in addition to the millions of acres held in trust by federal, state, and local governmental entities.
Wolves in Our Backyard
The deliberate "reintroduction" of aggressive gray wolves is causing conflict between environmentalists and multiple-use conservationists and changing how residents interact with their own surroundings.
The Nature Conservancy - a Major Threat to Liberty
The Nature Conservancy is a beneficiary of a public/private partnership - the remake of the American economic system. As inside players in the Sustainable Development scam, the Nature Conservancy has harmed many lives. Public private partnerships scheme to implement the Wildlands Project in order to take global corporate control of land and resources.
State Dictates CDF Support for Federal HCP
In a stunning reversal California Department of Fire and Forestry (CDF) Santa Cruz mountain Chief, Steve Wert announced that the department would support the federal imposition of a Habitat Conservation Plan for Santa Cruz county despite uncontroverted citizen input that such action takes private property and will lead to worsening fire risks and potential losses of human life.
Habitat Conservation Plan Adoption Slowed
California Department of Forestry Fire Chief Steve Wert called for a citizen to replace Aptos-La Selva Fire Chief Gary Smith as chairman of the County Fire Safe Council at the council’s recent meeting.
Local UN Agenda 21 Meets Resistance
Local UN Agenda 21 Meets Citizen Resistance
Summary of Fire Safe Council, Habatat Conservation Plan for Santa Cruz County
The Real Price of Wilderness Designation
Designated Wilderness is land where no mechanized use is allowed. It is severely restrictive.
An Open Letter to the King and His Game Keeper
Summary: As land around the country becomes swallowed up by the government and its partners through "habitat protection plans" the silence behind the science is deafening. The red-legged frog is another species used on the central coast in steal land and limit human action.
Surrender to Wildfire
Summary: SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- What you haven’t heard about the San Diego Wildfires and how changed policies have destroyed lives, property and nature.
Summary: KING COUNTY, Wash. -- Are gardens and ecosystems mutually exlcusive? King County's 65-10 rule denies future generations the American gardening tradition.
Federal Agency Uses Fire Code to Attempt Land Grab
Summary: Habitat Conservation Plans (HCP) have two primary effects on the landscape; first, they prohibit the innovation that promotes ecological diversity and productivity, and second, they lead to an increased accumulation of fire fuel. Even the ostensible purpose of an HCP -- environmental protection -- is not served. The local adoption of an international fire code, called the Urban Wildand Intermix Code (UWIC), is the first step toward creating a countywide HCP.
Local citizen Nick Vrolyk makes clear to Santa Cruz County fire districts that their responsibility will change very dramatically from one of fire protection to one of facilitating the access to our private properties by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS), under the auspices of fire protection. USFWS's agenda is to look for and map endangered species and wildlife habitats.
One must look to the real purpose in order to understand the goal of Habitat Conservation Plans -- they are part of a program designed to eliminate private property.
It's Time to Snuff out the "Let it Burn" Idea
SUMMARY: Pacific Legal Foundation Vice-President M. David Stirling explains how the Endangered Species Act is anti-environment and therefore anti-human. The devastation caused by the recent California fires exemplifies how such policies undermine life for humans, plants and wildlife. The "Let it Burn" attitude is more than disturbing when it emanates from a group called the "Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics".
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Post's "Big Green" Series Hits a Nerve
SUMMARY: Liberty Matters News Service (5/22/03) -- The Washington Post's in-depth investigation of questionable land deals made by the giant green Nature Conservancy has kicked up a lot of dust. Joe Stevens and David Ottaway gathered reams of material and conducted exhaustive interviews that revealed the Conservancy may have been playing fast and loose with IRS rules governing the activities of charitable organizations.
Landmark Calls for Probe into EPA Grants to Nature Conservancy
SUMMARY: Landmark Legal Foundation has asked the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to investigate whether millions of dollars in agency grants to the Nature Conservancy and its state affiliates -- the nation's largest environmental organization with assets of more than $3 billion -- were misused. The Foundation has also asked the agency to suspend current and future grant payments to the group pending the outcome of the investigation.
Nature Conservancy Under Investigation, Suspends Operations After Post Exposure
SUMMARY: The Nature Conservancy is coming under fire after the Washington Post described how the $3 billion environmental charity may have played loose with IRS laws to benefit supporters, including corporations that have paid millions in environmental fees. This story provides a comprehensive overview of how your taxes and donations have been used by The Nature Conservancy, provides links to the Washington Posts "Big Green" series and to a library of supplementary stories.
Collective Farming in the California Delta
SUMMARY: Sharon Votaw thought she and her husband had purchased a farm; but, they found a conglomeration of local, state, and international government and non-government agencies already had firm control.
ESA: Flawed Law
Summary: The ESA has become a most effective tool in the hands of the preservationists and those intent on destroying the livelihoods of millions of Americans. T. R. Mader, Research Director for the Abundant Wildlife Society of North America tells how and offers solutions.
Wildlands Project Writ Large
Summary: When Earth First! co-founder, Dave Foreman, first voiced his vision in 1990, of wolves and grizzly bears roaming, unmolested by humans, through unbroken wilderness from Mexico to Canada -- many people laughed. The "Wildlands Project" is no longer a laughing matter. Nine bills have been introduced to expand wilderness in America and surround them with "primitive areas" in which human activity is severely limited. Dave Foreman's vision should be rejected. Free people create free markets; neither can survive when the government owns the sources of production.
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