Sunday, August 31, 2008
Shoot, Shovel & Shut Up by Ralph R. Reiland: "Robert J. Smith, director of environmental studies at the Cato Institute, provides the lesson that the government is teaching: 'Make sure there is nothing on your land that might attract wildlife or rare species. It will merely bring oppressive attention from federal bureaucrats.' The solution that people have come up with when they spot something that's allegedly endangered on their property? It's called 'shoot, shovel and shut up.'"