Biden’s Conservation Plan Hints at Land Grab, Governors Warn By Petr Svab for Epoch Times LINCOLN, Neb.—Tucked away on page nine of one of President Joe Biden’s executive orders on climate change are two small paragraphs that have raised alarm among governors of more than a dozen states. The paragraphs task the
Old Man of the Ski–The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act: What You Need to Know! The 2019 Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (WCCA) is perhaps the most significant attack on private property rights in decades, perhaps ever. A simple look at the list of sponsors of the proposed legislation provides plenty of warning
Originally published on September 18, 2014 by Agenda 21 News Background to the Wildlands Project By Dr. Michael Coffman, Ph.D. Rural landowners who desire to use their own property are shocked when they learn new regulations increasingly restrict them from doing almost anything. These regulations ostensibly protect endangered species, viewsheds, open
This article is the follow up to Agenda 21: Swallowing America, which was originally published in the Winter 2014 edition of RANGE magazine. Penned by the late Michael Coffman, this piece lays bare the countless avenues through which Agenda 21-inspired policies are being implemented into local, state and federal government.
by John Stossel posted in Reason When we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, I will give thanks for property rights. Property rights allow each individual or family to do what we want with our small piece of the world without having to answer to the whole community. On Thanksgiving, we’ll probably
This is Part 2, in a multi-part article by Morris & Linda Tannahill about the societal issues and problems that are solved by private property ownership. Private Property — the Great Problem Solver — Part 2 Suppose an eager prospector claimed a square mile of land in hilly, heavily wooded
This is Part 1, in a multi-part article by Morris & Linda Tannahill about the societal issues and problems that are solved by private property ownership. Private Property — the Great Problem Solver — Part 1 Most social problems which perplex national leaders could be solved fairly simply by an