Monarchs: Eucalyptus globulus introductions versus preservingnatural communities

Chuck Vaughn aa6g at
Sun Jan 27 14:08:39 EST 2002

> By the same token one could argue that the federal government has no
> constitutional
> authority to spend tax money on habitat destruction, but it does so in many
> ways
> through grants, subsidies, non-enforcement and pseudo-enforcement of laws and
> regs.
> And since the legal fees that developers spend to challenge laws and regs and
> planning boards are tax deductible, we all subsidize habitat destruction.

Absolutely! These are just more examples of why the federal government
should not be involved. This is too complex of an issue and too OT for this
list but a substantial case can be made for some version of privatization
of all federal lands.

Chuck <aa6g at>


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