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ANOTHER AMAZING ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION!

ANOTHER AMAZING ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION!

AND ANOTHER SKELETON IN LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM’S CLOSET CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM READ THE STORY BELOW   The Gila River in New Mexico...

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM:

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM:

THE MOST AMAZING ECOSYSTEM RESTORATIONS EVER HERE THEY ARE! ALL ACHIEVED BY USING THE LAND, NOT BY PROTECTING IT!  ...

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM vs LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM WE REPORT, YOU DECIDE This post gives you the opportunity to judge the results of...

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM  vs LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM

CONSERVATIVE ENVIRONMENTALISM vs LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM

For more from this blogger CLICK HERE! WHICH WORKS BEST? CONSERVATIVES SUSTAIN A THREATENED FISH LIBERALS EXTIRPATE IT In the...

WHAT LIBERALISM IS REALLY ALL ABOUT

WHAT LIBERALISM IS REALLY ALL ABOUT

Before I get to how liberals sell less so effectively (a la the last post: LIBERALS: NOTHING TO SELL BUT...

LIBERALS: NOTHING ELSE TO SELL

LIBERALS: NOTHING ELSE TO SELL

In the previous post I pointed out that liberals are committing group suicide by living childless and by aborting many...

LIBERAL SUICIDE

LIBERAL SUICIDE

The other day, I was discussing the environment with a liberal friend of mine when he said all the actions...

MORE OF LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM’S FAILURES

MORE OF LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM’S FAILURES

The extirpation of a “Threatened Species” (the spikedace) from the Verde River by the Liberal Environmentalists’ cure for any and...

WHY I CHANGED

WHY I CHANGED

A reader asked that I explain why I changed from a liberal to a conservative environmentalist. A good explanation is...

WHO’S BEHIND THIS?

WHO’S BEHIND THIS?

My name is Dan Dagget. I’m an unlikely candidate to be an advocate for the creation of a conservative environmentalism. Unlikely, because for much of my life since 1973 I’ve been a liberal environmentalist and a fairly radical one at that. I started out fighting coal surface mines in southeastern Ohio in the county in which the United Mine Workers of America was born. Then I moved to Arizona where I worked to designate wilderness, fought to increase protection for mountain lions and black bears, and helped initiate a campaign to ban uranium mining in the vicinity of the Grand Canyon. My involvement in that latter campaign included helping to organize some of the first direct actions of Earth First!. In 1992 I was designated one of the 100 top grass roots activists in the United States by the Sierra Club.