Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

Up close and personal with Kieran Suckling

Author: Damien M. Schiff Earth Island Journal has an interview with Kieran Suckling, head of the environmentalist group Center for Biological Diversity. (Suckling is a former member of Earth First!; … ›

Dystopian diatribe announces a new environmentalist religion

Author: Brian T. Hodges Seattle’s Crosscut blog is normally a good source for local environmental and land use news. But last week, Crosscut published a very strange diatribe ("Hallelujah to … ›

Are environmentalists afraid of economics?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Back in January, we highlighted Robert H. Nelson's book, The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion v. Environmental Religion in Contemporary America, which frames some of today's major … ›

The new holy wars

Author: R. S. Radford At an environmental law conference a few years ago, I was surprised when a professor called on his fellow academics to impose what I took to … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

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Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

Up close and personal with Kieran Suckling

Author: Damien M. Schiff Earth Island Journal has an interview with Kieran Suckling, head of the environmentalist group Center for Biological Diversity. (Suckling is a former member of Earth First!; … ›

Dystopian diatribe announces a new environmentalist religion

Author: Brian T. Hodges Seattle’s Crosscut blog is normally a good source for local environmental and land use news. But last week, Crosscut published a very strange diatribe ("Hallelujah to … ›

Are environmentalists afraid of economics?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Back in January, we highlighted Robert H. Nelson's book, The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion v. Environmental Religion in Contemporary America, which frames some of today's major … ›

The new holy wars

Author: R. S. Radford At an environmental law conference a few years ago, I was surprised when a professor called on his fellow academics to impose what I took to … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

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Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

Up close and personal with Kieran Suckling

Author: Damien M. Schiff Earth Island Journal has an interview with Kieran Suckling, head of the environmentalist group Center for Biological Diversity. (Suckling is a former member of Earth First!; … ›

Dystopian diatribe announces a new environmentalist religion

Author: Brian T. Hodges Seattle’s Crosscut blog is normally a good source for local environmental and land use news. But last week, Crosscut published a very strange diatribe ("Hallelujah to … ›

Are environmentalists afraid of economics?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Back in January, we highlighted Robert H. Nelson's book, The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion v. Environmental Religion in Contemporary America, which frames some of today's major … ›

The new holy wars

Author: R. S. Radford At an environmental law conference a few years ago, I was surprised when a professor called on his fellow academics to impose what I took to … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

Up close and personal with Kieran Suckling

Author: Damien M. Schiff Earth Island Journal has an interview with Kieran Suckling, head of the environmentalist group Center for Biological Diversity. (Suckling is a former member of Earth First!; … ›

Dystopian diatribe announces a new environmentalist religion

Author: Brian T. Hodges Seattle’s Crosscut blog is normally a good source for local environmental and land use news. But last week, Crosscut published a very strange diatribe ("Hallelujah to … ›

Are environmentalists afraid of economics?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Back in January, we highlighted Robert H. Nelson's book, The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion v. Environmental Religion in Contemporary America, which frames some of today's major … ›

The new holy wars

Author: R. S. Radford At an environmental law conference a few years ago, I was surprised when a professor called on his fellow academics to impose what I took to … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›