The Wolf: a Corporate Roadblock

Prior to de-listing in 2012, I and others were of the opinion that the majority of Minnesotans had reconciled themselves to wolves. I recall reading a commentary by the editor of a well read “hook and bullet” newspaper. In thisREAD ON

The Wolf Killers Wore Green

The failure of conservation organizations to avoid questioning the presumed “right” of livestock operations to exploit the public’s land means we will never really change the circumstances under which predators live.  While any organizations that continue to support public landsREAD ON

1958 forgotten film, Roots of Heaven, already talks about combatting elephant extinction.

This film, unfortunately packaged as a melodrama to make it commercially viable, and surprisingly made by John Huston, himself a trophy hunter, shows an idealist fighting to save elephants in a good light. As some may recall, in 1958 theREAD ON

Climate change and the struggle against capitalism

A special word needs to be said here about “Green” parties, which trace their origins to the environmental movements of the late 1960s and early 1970s, but have, once in power, revealed themselves as shameless servants of big business. TheirREAD ON

Scientists warn of “biological annihilation” as Earth’s mass extinction accelerates

The authors cite human overpopulation and overconsumption in their study as the primary reasons driving the loss of individual members of various species, as well as the loss of species (two vertebrate species go extinct every year, on average), andREAD ON

Animal Rights Advocates are Significantly Left of Marx, Engels, and Lenin

My support of socialism is directly related to the mechanical effect of economics on animal production, exploitation, and consumption. Socialist societies murder and consume half the animals, per capita, as do capitalist societies. The combined effect of removing profit fromREAD ON