Under our Nov. 21 post, “They expected to be ‘discussing access,’” John Taylor comments:
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Originally conceived as “Operation Rancher Rescue,” this project soon morphed into “Operation Wildlife Rescue.” At present there are three videos in the series and it sounds like more may be in the works. This should be good outreach to those folks who love animals (maybe even people too) but may not understand how destructive many […]
I’ve been reading in Thomas DiLorenzo’s 2012 hardback from the Ludwig von Mises Institute, “Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About Government.” The book features brief summary chapters, with useful references, from the Loyola University economics professor, Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, and member of the Mont Pelerin Society, weighing in on such topics as […]
(A version of this column appeared in the April 10 edition of “Firearms News,” formerly “Shotgun News.”)
(A version of the following missive appears in the summer edition of CJ Hadley’s Range magazine, on newsstands May 1:)
Editor CJ Hadley tells me she’s planning to run two of my missives in her upcoming, summer edition of “Range” magazine — one of 2,500 words and another of 450. Here’s the shorter one:
J.D. Tuccille, author of the Western Lands novel “High Desert Barbeque,” offers a detailed (and amusing, at least to some of us) update on the efforts of the federal government and its statist allies to keep the majority of the lands in the western states in their grasping claws at http://tuccille.com/disloyal/2015/11/09/the-great-western-land-grab/ .
For the most part, participating in “judgeship” elections is pointless at best, if not outright pernicious. Your participation will be interpreted as granting your consent and approval to what amounts to a huge, unconstitutional scam. So far as I know, you can no longer become a judge in this country — with the possible exception […]
(NOTE: a condensed version of this report appears in the Autumn, 2014 issue of “Range” magazine, on newsstands through Oct. 15.) IS IT ALL TO SAVE THE TORTOISE?