Commentary: It’s Time to Update the Endangered Species Act, Because People Are More Important Than Bait Fish

by Printus LeBlanc The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is the most weaponized law in America. … -melt and ocean. When the snow melts, or it rains in northern California, the runoff is carried to the delta and pumped to 25 million Californians and hundreds of farms. However, the pumps can suck up …

2 Responses to Commentary: It’s Time to Update the Endangered Species Act, Because People Are More Important Than Bait Fish

  1. William Hicks December 4, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Another point here is that SOAR is, in my opinion, a local mirror of the ESA. Add to that, the overwhelming love affair with Mountain Lions, that are a protected specie, far from being endangered, are costing taxpayers.

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  2. William Hicks December 4, 2017 at 7:02 am

    Beyond the ESA, we need the start eliminating much of the administrative State. These are unelected, selected, regulators that leave the Congress out of the equation.

    We can start by putting sunset clauses on all regulations that can only be renewed by a Congressional majority vote. The problem is that Congress has enjoyed not having to make decisions that could affect their reelections, and that’s the rub.

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