Category Archives: North Carolina Environmentalism

Shame on us

Sad news for Southeastern North Carolina—and beyond. Titan America announced on March 10, 2016 that “project economics no longer support the construction of a cement plant” near Castle Hayne in New Hanover County. (Link below) After nearly eight years of … Continue reading

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Exposing the environmental cabal in North Carolina

http://mappingtheleft.com/2015/10/22/mapping-the-left-the-environmental-network/#comment-2324

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Southern coastal resource development under assault

While well-funded, highly organized environmental activists saturate the media with protectionist propaganda about “saving” superficial and obscure components of the natural world for esoteric interests, the much more important hidden energy resources that provide American wealth so we all can … Continue reading

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Off base on offshore drilling

In the current debate here in North Carolina about exploring the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf for potential oil and gas drilling, the common arguments swirl around emotion (fear of oil spill) and economics (jobs, tax revenue, etc.). Environmental activists promote … Continue reading

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Ill winds from a misguided environmentalist

A recent letter to the Wilmington StarNews from a UNC-Wilmington graduate student demonstrated the ignorance of some of our young people and how they are being indoctrinated with the religion of environmentalism at our universities. The first indication of this … Continue reading

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What fools these mortals be….Shakespeare

Sea-levels on planet Earth have been rising and falling for millions of years responding to natural dynamic geophysical forces, cooling and warming climate changes and the gravitational influence of its moon. Daily tides vary from a few inches to many … Continue reading

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Perpetuating environmental politics

A recent Associated Press article typically slanted an environmental story by assuming that activists have valid arguments. The headline indicates the agenda: “Groups say GOP guts environmental rules.” The usual suspect “Groups” quoted include radical activists in the Sierra Club … Continue reading

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