The Fauquier County Board of Supervisors is set to vote on a radical overhaul of its existing Rural Lands Comprehensive Plan that would trample on local property rights.
Thousands descended on the state Capitol in tractors, trucks, cars, and on foot to express their outrage over a pending climate initiatives that would have imposed disproportionate and unbearable burdens on Oregon’s rural communities.
The Wall Street Journal reports that over 30 central banks worldwide, excluding the U.S. Federal Reserve, are now members of the Network for Greening the Financial System, created in 2017.
The ruling restores rights under the Fifth Amendment, opening federal courts to property owners seeking “just compensation” for the taking of their property by government.
Wind Turbines: The New “Apex Predator”
They had never seen a company ask for tax abatements when its project would create only two full-time jobs.
By hijacking the traditional school curriculum and transforming it into an instrument of indoctrination, progressive educators can mold minds to their hearts’ content.
The home of the Alamo is considering adopting a Climate Action & Adaptation Plan (CAAP), which is the brainchild of SA Climate Ready, an organization dedicated to “building solutions to prepare our city for climate change.”
What if manmade CO2 isn’t the villain deep-thinking elites say it is?
What happens when – in the name of combating climate change – gigantic, industrial-sized renewable energy projects are thrust upon unsuspecting rural communities?
It is yet another example of property owners being dragged through the mud by agenda-driven bureaucrats with nothing else better to do than throw their weight around.
Giving local communities throughout the rural West a greater voice over how millions of acres of federal lands are used drew the ire of a left-leaning, Washington, D.C.-based pressure group.
A government-mandated transition to 100% renewable energy would completely destroy the U.S. industrial base and cause lights to go out in millions of households across the country.
By flipping 300 acres of private land in Montana to the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Nature Conservancy (TNC) has solidified its reputation as “the feds’ real estate agent.”
By rolling back Obama’s 2015 “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, the administration has put an end to the biggest power grab in the 48-year history of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).