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Needed reform could be coming to the EPA.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Summer 2017)

Patriots vs. Politicians
Who now will pledge life, fortune and sacred honor?
By Tom DeWeese
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Whose money harms the environment?
By Dan Dagget
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Power Down
The mounting failures and costs of green energy.
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Death of a Thousand Cuts
A new kind of ranching in northeastern Washington.
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Rachel Carson Revisited
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Powerful Forces
More than a century of Eastern control of the West's
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Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Fall 2016)

Patterns of Harassment III
The Occupation. The Punishment. The Shadow Force.
The Occupation: A Dead Bill of Rights?
Violence, fear, and death at the hands of the government.
By Judy Boyle
The Punishment: Bundy Scares the Feds
Who was it who initiated the wrongful use of "force, fear and violence" in Bunkerville? By Vin Suprynowicz
The Shadow Force: The Professionals
A militia of amateurs confronts an array of paid operatives and loses. "Opinionalysis" by Dave Skinner

Image Is Everything. Hot links to the professionals. By Dave Skinner
Intimidation? You bet. By CJ Hadley (Summer 2016)

The Big Cure
A (mostly) toothless U.N. climate agreement.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Spring 2016)

FIRE: Destruction of the West
Bureaucratic central planning has failed because there's no incentive to manage the resource right. The more the West burns, the more money the agencies get, and the more lives and livelihoods are ruined. By Judy Boyle
The Aftermath. By Andrea Scott
Get Out of the Fire
. By Steven H. Rich (Winter 2016)

The Grass March
Regulation without representation is tyranny.
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The Riders.
The Leader. The Muscle. The Last Best Hope.
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(Summer 2015)

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