Nuts and Fruits

Granola section to keep tabs on general nuttiness as well as violence and threats offered on the altar of environmentalism. Why? Notwithstanding legitimate protests against injustice, bad behavior and even terrorism is found in surprising places, with eco-terrorism responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars damage, just since 2003. Eco-terrorism is defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as “the use or threatened use of violence of a criminal nature against people or property by an environmentally oriented, subnational group for environmental-political reasons, or aimed at an audience beyond the target, often of a symbolic nature.”

If this is the kind of housecleaning and swamp draining we’re going to get, we’re in real trouble Paul Driessen Was it because there were too few senior Trump Administration officials in place to catch and stop it? Or because Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was new on the job, and had so […]

EarthFirst! is reeling from internal tensions just now as President Obama’s transsexual activists are on a witch hunt for those in the group not progressive enough on sexuality. A recent article entitled “Deep Green Transphobia” deplores leaders in the Green movement, a bunch of ecofeminists, who do not think “transrights” and “transinclusion” are fundamental to […]

Justin Franchi Solondz

by james on August 11, 2011

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On May 21, 2001 the University of Washington was firebombed by domestic terrorists. The firebombing incident was an arson taking place early in the morning when a firebomb was set off at Merill Hall, a part of the University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture, causing an estimated $1.5 to $4.1 million in damages. Attacks […]

‘Green’ Crime Pays Dividends, by Rich Trzupek The arrogance of the environmental movement was on full display in Salt Lake City this week, as radical environmentalist Tim DeChristopher was sentenced to two years in prison and fined $10,000 for sabotaging an oil and gas lease auction. In 2007, DeChristopher was awarded leases that would have […]

(PETER SVENSSON, AP, May 16, 2011) To add insult to the injury of government forcing lightbulbs on the little people, now it seems a tad expensive to get the nice glow we like – about $50 a pop. Who, or what, are they trying to save? Is it the planet? Not likely, at least not […]


Weeping for the trees.

by james on March 12, 2011

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I’m speechless. Postscript! The book by Bron Taylor, entitled ‘Dark Green Religion‘ may speak to the phenomenon. A reviewer named Stephen Kellert, of Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, said this: “This important book provides insight into how a profound sense of relation to nature offers many in the modern world a vehicle […]

Profile of the Animal Liberation Front’s  Peter Young, in Saint Louis Metrovoice February 2011 (Vol. 21, No. 2). "When I first learned about what really takes place in slaughter houses, I had snuck into a chicken slaughter house and I wanted to explain to those birds that we really wanted to save them. Make sure […]