Skip to comments.Forest Service: Logging Rule Saved Homes
Posted on 12/07/2007 6:02:03 AM PST by stratous
WASHINGTON -- A federal rule that allowed expedited logging on national forests saved thousands of homes during the recent wildfires in California, the Forest Service chief said Thursday.
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So when more homes burn, the homeless can thank the Sierra Club.
The 9th circus ruled against clearing the brush. We have lost millions of dollars due to the huge political effort needed to clear brush so the solution is the sierra club sued to make it even more difficult. They won.
No one should need permission to clear their land. If they did, we wouldn't have a damn farm here in New York. Logging, not farming was one of our first money makers and log cabins were the first homes for our pioneers until the saw mills were erected.
“NO more damn common sense in this country.”
I call it common cents, and yes it seems to be a very rare commodity now days. We have Evergreen college next door thanks to Dan Evans R a past governor and our current illegitamate Governor Christen Gregoire D when she was head of Washington state EPA increased it’s size 1,000 fold. There are now so many FTE’s at EPA they voted to have their own separate union. This state and nation are going down the toilet fast and sadly we are being forced to pay for it..
Government bow wows answer to no one. They create nothing of value, can’t be fired, and are always with us.
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