The Late, Outspoken Doug Tompkins Sounds off on Overpopulation, Overconsumption

More than a year has now passed since the tragic kayaking accident on a South American lake – Lago General Carrerra in Patagonian Chile – that claimed the life of entrepreneur and conservationist extraordinaire Doug Tompkins. He had accomplished much in his 72 years but still had much left to do: helping save the Earth from human excesses, among other missions.

Oregon Illegal Immigrants Angry over Driver’s License Defeat, File Lawsuit Claiming ‘Racism’

One of patriotic immigration reform’s greatest triumphs came in November 2014 when Oregon’s deep blue voters defeated Measure 88 which proposed to give state identification cards in the form of driver’s licenses to illegal aliens.