When assessing EPA and enviro plans and policies, consider what their enemy is–human habitation of their sacred sanctuary of the earth.
Tag Archives: misanthropy
This Earth Day, the Center for Biological Diversity is celebrating endangered species at 20 events in 13 states across the country. More than 15,000 condoms will be distributed in colorful packages (with artwork by Roger Peet) that feature species threatened by unsustainable human population growth, including the Florida panther and leatherback sea turtle.
They must be expecting an interesting day…
Well it’s about time. Nature has been attacking humanity from day one and as we all know, appeasement never works. Time to give it a darn good thrashing! Continue reading
Environmentalists in this greenest of places call the California Environmental Quality Act the state’s most powerful environmental protection, a model for the nation credited with preserving lush wetlands and keeping condominiums off the slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
But the landmark law passed in 1970 has also been increasingly abused, opening the door to lawsuits — sometimes brought by business competitors or for reasons unrelated to the environment — that, regardless of their merit, can delay even green development projects for years or sometimes kill them completely. Continue reading
Previous agricultural revolutions have saved us from starvation – and we need another one now, says Michael Hanlon. Continue reading
“Global warming has ignited a rush to exploit Arctic resources — and Greenpeace is determined to thwart that stampede.“
Gee. I hope those green people don’t get too badly hurt as they are swept aside as the misanthropic garbage they are. Continue reading
Even though it is Fathers’ Day in the land Down-Under and I have a father to fete and children with whom to celebrate I must just share some correspondence received, apparently sincerely*, from dipsticks wanting you to not have children and to euthanize your pets. I kid you not. Continue reading