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    Learn the Past – Arizona’s Prop 200

    Another Extremists Deception Chuck Diaz, 1992 In Arizona the environmentalists call Proposition 200, a proposition to eliminate the steel jawed trap and essentially puts an end to trapping in the state.  Opponents to the proposition call it an anti-hunting, anti-fishing proposition. The major bone of contention is the wording in the “Declaration of Policy,” Section 1, which states — * That all wildlife in Arizona should be protected from inhumane exploitation; * That it is the policy of Arizona...

    Learn the Past – The Ouachita Visit 1992

    Chuck Diaz The Ouachita (Wah-Chee-Tah) National Forest is located in western Arkansas.  Old timers who live there will tell you that in the late 1800’s the forest was 90% cut.  Today you can’t tell it had ever been cut.  In the early 1900’s the Forest Service began managing the Ouachita and allowed the cutting of timber again by the late 30’s.  It’s a beautiful forest and you can tell it has been managed well for many years.  During those years eight sawmills supported...

    IS THERE A HOLE IN THE OZONE THEORY?

    BY DR. JANE ORIENT Once the subject of a grade B science- fiction movie, the Blob has reappeared on the news wires and in science journals. This “Menace of Mass Destruction” arose from our cherished appliances [refrigerators and air conditioners], just as the “threat of nuclear annihilation seems to be fading” (Arizona Republic 2/11/92). The Blob is made of “ozone-eating chemicals, principally chlorofluorocarbons, or CFC’s [e.g. Freon],” which have been “found...

    AFTER A 38 YEAR FIGHT, WE CAN DRILL IN ANWR

    C H Diaz Environmentalists have prevented drill in the ANWR for 38 years and now President Trump will sign the Tax Reform Bill that also includes drilling. This is a HUGE blow to the Green Lobby and a HUGE win for President Trump!!!! Some Facts About ANWR   Figure 1 – This is the size of Alaska compared to the U.S.A.The Gold Section is the ANWR. The Yellow Section is the Northern Plain of the ANWR Figure 2  – THIS RED DOT . REPRESENTS THE TOTAL LAND THAT IS REQUIRED FOR DRILLING...

    Defining ANWR

    By Carl Portman At 19 million acres, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is as big as South Carolina and almost as big as Indiana.  Located in Alaska’s Northeast corner, the refuge features striking mountain peaks which give way to a vast tundra coastal plain void of trees, but drained by streams and gullies into the Beaufort Sea. Some 92 percent of this vast conservation unit is off-limits to development.  Nearly half of the refuge (8 million acres) is federally designated Wilderness,...

    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...

    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...

    DO ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS REALLY EXIST?

    BY ALSTON CHASE, 1995 Life is full of surprises. For example, for years people called me an “environmental journalist.” But last month I was suddenly informed that I’m not. Such was the conclusion of the Society of Environmental Journalists, which arbitrates such matters. This organization recently considered, and rejected, my application for full-fledged “active” membership, granting me the lesser “associate” status instead. Not that I was terribly disappointed. I joined mainly to...

    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...

    How Many Is Too Many?

    by Chuck Diaz I was born in 1937 and grew up as a kid in the 40’s. I grew up in South Central Los Angeles at a time when the city ended at 120th Street on the South and Western Avenue on the West. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Los Angeles, the land was unsettled from 120th to the port San Pedro, a distance of about 16 miles. During WWII, all those thousands of acres were filled with Barrage Balloons. I remember riding my bike to get as close as I could to one. On the East side...

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