Save Queensland Rural Colleges

Save Queensland Rural Colleges

PRIORITIES FOR THE BUSH by Viv Forbes, ©2018, Executive Director, The Saltbush Club (Dec. 31, 2018) — The Saltbush Club today called on the Federal government to slash spending on the climate alarm and climate conference industries and use the money to save the threatened Queensland pastoral colleges in Longreach and Emerald. The executive director […]

Save our Rural Colleges

Save our Rural Colleges

PRIORITIES FOR THE BUSH by Viv Forbes, ©2018, The Saltbush Club (Dec. 30, 2018) — The enemies of the bush (resident in green-and-pleasant Brisbane) want to close the Queensland pastoral colleges in droughty Longreach and Emerald. It’s time for the Feds to act – slash spending on the climate alarm and climate tourism industries and […]

Luddite Eco-Imperialists Claim to be Virtuous

Luddite Eco-Imperialists Claim to be Virtuous

UBER-ORGANIC CAMPAIGN ENSHRINES PRIMITIVE AGRICULTURE AND MALNUTRITION AS HUMAN RIGHTS by Paul Driessen and David Wojick, ©2018 (Jul. 21, 2018) — Not every poor person in impoverished places around the world aspires to the modern living standards they see and hear about: indoor plumbing, electricity for lights, a refrigerator and stove, a paucity of disease-carrying […]

How to Foster Famine

How to Foster Famine

“THE GREEN DOOR” by Viv Forbes, ©2018, carbon-sense.com (Jun. 7, 2018) — To View in your Browser Click: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/fostering-famine.pdf Famine has haunted humans for most of their history. In the days of the Pharaohs, whenever the Nile River failed to flood, Egypt starved. Joseph was called in and he organised stockpiling of grain for famine […]

Roundup the Corrupt Fear Mongers

Roundup the Corrupt Fear Mongers

DECEIT AND COLLUSION DRIVE CAMPAIGNS TO BAN A VITAL, POPULAR, SAFE, AFFORDABLE HERBICIDE by Paul Driessen, ©2016 (Nov. 6, 2016) — Do we really need more collusion, corruption and deceit in the service of renegade regulators, organic food interests, anti-chemical activists, and policies that carry harmful or even lethal consequences? Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, […]

Plausible Deniability

Plausible Deniability

“THE AGE OF ‘NON-REASON’” by OPOVV, ©2016 (Oct. 2, 2016) — The argument goes as follows: the Constitution was written when America was an agrarian society, and since we’ve become a (basic) giant (worldwide) metropolis, the rules of life have (somehow) changed. “Thou shalt not steal” has come to mean “Whatever you can get away with.” […]

Winning Life’s Lottery

Winning Life’s Lottery

“DIFFICULT, CHARACTER-BUILDING YEARS” by Paul R. Hollrah, ©2015 (May 22, 2015) — I realize that it may be a bit un-cool to dwell too much on one’s own life experiences, but I have a point to make and I hope that I will be forgiven for doing so. I was born in 1933, in St. Louis County, […]

Carbon Dioxide Won’t Cause Famines

Carbon Dioxide Won’t Cause Famines

IN FACT, MORE ATMOSPHERIC CO2 WILL SPUR CROP GROWTH – IF WE LET IT by Dennis T. Avery, ©2014 (May 31, 2014) — Historian Geoffrey Parker is the author of Global Crisis: War, Climate Change and Catastrophe in the 17th Century. In a recent opinion piece, he suggested that the desperate climate from 1600 to 1700 […]

Let Freedom Ring!

Let Freedom Ring!

THROUGH SELF-SUFFICIENCY by OPOVV, ©2014 (Jan. 26, 2014) — Okay, you got me there: How? No, going around singing the National Anthem isn’t going to help you, not even a little bit, although it might make you feel better about yourself and your place within our country. If you really want to let Freedom Ring, you’ve got […]

A Nasty Organic Hepatitis Outbreak

A Nasty Organic Hepatitis Outbreak

DESPITE WHAT APOLOGIST AND PROMOTERS SAY, ORGANIC FOODS ARE NOT SAFER, AND CAN BE DEADLY by Mischa Popoff, ©2013 (Jul. 8. 2013) — A recent hepatitis outbreak in USDA “certified-organic” frozen berry mix has people worrying and wondering what steps are being taken to ensure that organic food is safe. Unfortunately, not many. A remarkably similar […]

Commonsense Wisdom from African Farmers

THEY KNOW “SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT” REALLY MEANS SUSTAINED POVERTY AND MALNUTRITION by Kelvin Kemm, ©2012 (Jun. 13, 2012) — If you want to learn what farmers think (and need), talk to African farmers – not to bureaucrats, environmental activists or politicos at the Rio+20 United Nations summit in Rio de Janeiro. You’ll get very different, far more […]