Federal agencies allied with enviro-activists have declared war on farmers and ranchers in the Western states, forcing residents of the Klamath Basin to fight for their way of life.
Environmental extremism kills. Millions die annually because of restrictions on DDT, and imposing the "Kyoto" regulations would kill many more.
In southern Oregon, the Feds’ choice of fish over farmers has made the region’s rural communities and families likely candidates for the endangered species list.
By virtually banning DDT use worldwide, the UN's POP treaty will condemn millions to death by malaria — a desirable result in the eyes of those seeking radical depopulation.
The U.S. Forest Service now increasingly views humans with disregard on when people intrude on public lands.