On Earth Day, Remember Who Pollutes the Most (It’s not the capitalists)

The Colorado River now doesn't even flow to the sea most years. A direct result of government sponsored development and irrigation efforts.
The Colorado River now doesn’t even flow to the sea most years. A direct result of government sponsored damming and irrigation efforts. Your tax dollars paid for this.

There is no bigger polluter than government. The greatest environmental disasters of the last century are all pretty much either directly as a result of government action or knock on effects of government action. Yet so many environmentalists continue to have faith in the state.

The greens need a wake-up call.

 (From PanAm Post)

Wednesday marks the anniversary of Earth Day, the international holiday meant to celebrate the natural environment, and the preservation thereof. Many have taken to using this day tocall for ever-more top-down environmental management, but they should do so with caution.+

The US federal government has a long and often tragic history when it comes to environmental stewardship. Of all days, Earth Day is one where all US citizens should stop to assess the horrific environmental damage that has happened as a direct result of federal action.

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