when it is gone it is gone
Nicholas Kristoff offered a provocative column; Republicans, Zealots and Our Security, in Sunday’s New Your Times. Kristoff opens with an intriguing notion. If foreign fanatics were to take our country to the brink of financial crisis we would be up in arms. He makes a compelling case that ideology by the more conservative wing of the GOP […]
An EPA Superfund site clean up success means good fishing on the Eagle River.
Here is a an update on the conservation funding bill that is headed to the House floor next week. The administration weighed in this afternoon with a STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION POLICY on H.R. 2584, The Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. The SAP, as they are known, is five pages of details of […]
Just to prove it is not just the renegades over at the Appropriations Committee trying to undermine conservation and environmental policy, the U.S. House of Representatives voted last week to gut the Clean Water Act by passing H.R. 2018, The Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act. Conservation, Sportsmen’s and Outdoor Industry Organizations Oppose H.R. 2018 Before the […]
There is a special place in Rhode Island that I can retreat to to recharge, regroup and catch my breath. It has been a safe haven for my family for 3 generations. I greet and end each day with this view. It is an 9 hour drive from the Washington, DC madness, which has shown […]