Skip to comments.COMMENTARY: Itís time to judge forest policy by its result, not by its intent
Posted on 05/27/2012 6:26:52 PM PDT by Twotone
Failed federal policies implemented by unelected agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management during the past 30 to 40 years remind me of a quote from the late economist Milton Friedman: One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results.
The Northwest Forest Plan enacted by President Clinton in 1994 may have had good intentions, but it has failed catastrophically.
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There’s a 22,000 acre forest fire burning in Michigan’s UP right now. Mostly on state forest land I believe.
“Its time to judge forest policy by its result, not by its intent”
You apply that to all of government and you’d put them completely out of business.
That reminds me, I need to go to Wal-Mart and buy charcoal for a grill I don’t own yet.
This is a story that falls into the category of Agenda 21’s goal of elimination of the rural lifestyle, as well the engineered scarcity of wood for construction raising costs beyond affordability.
And then there are these OTM border crawling cretins...
local bumper sticker:
“Can’t log it, can’t graze it, can’t mine it. Let it burn.”
1/3 the recipe for black powder...
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