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    The Green’s Scapegoat, Pesticides

    By Chuck Diaz In Germany, Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party introduced a new way of controlling human behavior. Maybe it wasn’t new maybe it was. But it did work. They introduced a common enemy to the German people so they could vent their anger and blame someone or something for their problems. As a result, the Jewish people became scapegoats for the Nazi’s. Without labeling anyone a Nazi or any organization Nazi like, the tactics used have survived the war and are being used today on...

    Identifying the Real Sellouts

    By Emanuel McLittle   A long awaited finger is being pointed at black America’s real sellouts. There are signs that those who typically identified others on the basis of how much “genuine blackness” they possess, are debunking old realities and have begun to point the dreaded “sellout finger” in new and interesting directions.        Last year when then, grandmother of the year, Vivian Smallwood, AKA “The Rappin Granny,” gave a talk and pointed an...

    This Old Earth is Too Resilient for Man to Destroy

    By Christina Loh Earth’s destruction, among the hottest topics of the day, has created an explosion of legislation, controversy, and research. Predicted time limits on the earth’s life span has thrown the public into a frenzy of recycling and donating money to worthy causes. Only Earth isn’t being destroyed. It has survived for thousands of years. Why should we believe we can destroy it in 10! One of the main supports of the environmentalist movement is the belief that the world...

    HALF A CENTURY AFTER BROWN

    BY THOMAS SOWELL May 17, 1954 — half a century ago — saw one of the most momentous decisions in the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. Some observers who were there said that one of the black-robed Justices sat on the great bench with tears in his eyes. The case was of course Brown v. Board of Education, and the decision declared that racially segregated schools were unconstitutional. In rapid succession, all kinds of other racial segregation, which were common across...

    Indians May Offer Solution to Wolf Problem

    By Alston Chase Who said politicians aren’t carnivorous? Just as Republicans reach the top of the political food chain, out West, folks find themselves distracted by more old-fashioned predators: wolves and Indians. Packs of salivating interest groups are gnawing over the carcass of Yellowstone National Park, and who emerges with the biggest bones after this dismemberment will tell us a lot about the alpha males and females in Washington, DC For nearly two decades, new settlers in the...

    Wolves

    Abundant Wildlife Society of North America 12665 Hwy. 59 N. Gillette, WY 82716 Dear Friends: As you are well aware, the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on wolf recovery in Yellowstone Park and central Idaho has been released and, not surprisingly, it recommends transplanting wolves in Yellowstone and central Idaho. That obviously is not the desire of the people of Wyoming, Idaho or Montana, but rather outsiders who seek to push their agenda upon us. And, they have the U. S. Fish and...

    The Medical Hoax of the Century

    Editorial By Chuck Diaz This article was originally published in the Tucson Citizen and the March issue of Speak Up America in 1992. It was a shortened version with half the information. In May of 2003 I posted it when current events, a book Harmful to Minors promoting pedophilia had been published by the University of Minnesota and given some kind of award by the Los Angeles Times. Bill O’Reilly presented his objections to the University of Minnesota publishing the book on his show The O’Reilly...

    The Constitution is Not Pro-Life

    By Editor SUANews – September 21th, 2017 Sadly, most Americans have no idea how to interpret our Constitution or understand how and why it was written the way it was. The latest high-profile person to show her complete ignorance of our Constitution was good ole Hillary Clinton. She actually is quoted as saying of our Electoral College, “I think it needs to be eliminated,,,,,, I’d like to see us move beyond it, yes.” I hate to seem to be Hillary bashing, but that statement is so off the...

    GOP Avoiding the Green Debate

    By Alston Chase Since the start of the primary season and Republican presidential hopefuls left the snows of New Hampshire for greener pastures in the South and West, one potential campaign issue remained conspicuous by its absence: the environment. The GOP candidates avoided environmental debate like toxic waste. This silence starkly contrasts with the sound and fury that accompanied the opening of Congress a year ago, when young Turk congressmen loudly promised radical restructuring of pollution...

    Big Brother Takes Over Education – Is Anybody Watching

    By Alston Chase 1994 A disturbing fact about environmental science is that it is almost entirely controlled by government. The states and feds are responsible for wildlife and therefore can say who can do what kind of research. The National Park Service patrols scholarly inquiry in its domain with an iron hand. Ozone measurements require satellites, expensive computers and big bucks that only deficit spenders can afford. This gives bureaucrats great influence over public opinion. But in May, these...

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