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    1994 – Clinton Sharpshooters Take Aim at Hunters

    Clinton Sharpshooters Take Aim at Hunters By Alston Chase While sportsmen oil their weapons in preparation for hunting in wildlife refuges this fall; they should be forewarned: This season could be their last. Very quietly, the Clinton administration is seeking to ban recreational and economic activities – including hunting, fishing, swimming, canoeing, camping, picnicking, haying, forestry and farming – from the nation’s 510 wildlife refuges. And while Congress has succeeded in...

    1995 – CLINTON LEADS “WAR ON THE WEST”

    BY WILLIAM PERRY PENDLEY From 1995 For those who thought that a few months before the 1996 election, President Clinton would push Secretary of the Interior Babbitt aside, install some recently –defeated western Democratic governor– Wyoming’s Mike Sullivan has been mentioned–and seek to make peace with Westerners, the wait is over. It ain’t going to happen! On Friday, August 25, with Old Faithful in the background, President Clinton announced a mining claim moratorium...

    1995 – We Need More Multiculturalism

    By Walter E. Williams Fallout from the O.J. Simpson acquittal has produced a rage of sorts that threatens to engulf the white community. As such, it’s a sign that white people haven’t availed themselves of a multicultural education. If they had an understanding of multicultural theory, as Johnnie Cochran has, white people would know it was impossible that O.J. could have murdered his wife and Ron Goldman because police officer Mark Fuhrman is a racist. Prosecutor Marcia Clark’s...

    1995 – CLINTON MISSING THE LESSONS BY VE DAY

    BY MONA CHAREN From 1995 Thank God the VE Day ceremonies are past. The outpouring of mushyheadedness about the “contribution” of the old Soviet Union to winning World War II was becoming nauseating. President Clinton, who is constantly regaling us with reports about how long he has studied certain matters and how hard he has worked, demonstrated in Moscow that modern history is not his strong suit. In his Moscow speech, the president recalled the meeting of U.S. and Soviet troops at the...

    1995 – Clinton Pushing Social Planning Under Guise of “Ecology”

    By Alston Chase The present era of downsized government is hard on folks with big ideas. If your specialty is social engineering on a grand scale, who’s going to hire you? The pharaohs aren’t erecting pyramids anymore. The Russians aren’t moving entire populations around the way they used to, and even in America, central planning seems dead. Today, our leaders don’t talk about the “new frontier” or “great society,” they argue over fine print in “contracts”...

    1994 – How Totalitarianism Works

    By Walter E. Williams Philosopher David Hume said, “It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once.” Let’s apply this idea to our Second Amendment rights but start off talking about anti-smoking regulations. The anti-smoking campaign started off attacking private property rights, with eminently reasonable pleas like requiring no­smoking sections on airplanes. Emboldened by that success, tobacco prohibitionists successfully campaigned for laws banning smoking on flights...

    1994 – Hillary’s Mentor

    From Human Events, June 26, 1993 When Hillary Clinton gave what the New York Times Magazine called a “passionate, at times slightly incoherent, call for national spiritual renewal,” she borrowed heavily from ideas spawned by Michael Lerner, the prominent editor and publisher of Tikkun, a liberal Jewish bimonthly. Lerner is the man who coined the phrase “politics of meaning,” which Clinton embraced in her celebrated April 6 speech in Austin, Tex. “What do our governmental...

    1994 – Coyotes, Camels Confused Concerned Caller

    By C H Diaz The Abundant Wildlife is a publication of the Abundant Wildlife Society of North America dedicated to the preservation of the great American traditions of Hunting, fishing and trapping. Bringing common sense back to wildlife management. In February of this year Campbell County Wyoming determined that an overpopulation of coyotes was causing havoc with wildlife and livestock. Wild turkey, deer and antelope populations had been declining. In 1992 alone, $2.6 million in sheep and lamb losses...

    1994 – Confessions of a Democrat

    By Vicki Fleshman, Grassroots Graphics, Joseph Oregon From 1994 Being a “Democrat” was always a family tradition. I cut my teeth on F.D.R., Truman and reached full voting bloom during the Camelot period. The tragic assassination of John F. Kennedy left me with a deep feeling of loss and pessimism that followed me for years into adulthood. I still remember, vividly, the T. V. “Special Report” that interrupted the show I was watching as I sat with my infant son. “The President...

    Who is Maurice Strong?

      The adventures of Maurice Strong & Co. illustrate the fact that nowadays you don’t have to be a household name to wield global power.  By Ronald Bailey  Published in The National Review September 1, 1997 Mr. Bailey is a freelance journalist and television producer in Washington, D.C. He is author of Eco-Scam: The False Prophets of Ecological Apocalypse (St. Martin’s) and The True State of the Planet (Free Press). “The survival of civilization in something like...

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