Did You Know?
u The Feds spent $40,000,000.00 building sandbars for the Piping Plover.
u A California Hospital had to spend $3,500,000.00 because of 6-8 Flies.
u One dead Garter Snake cost the Bay Area Rapid Transit $1,000,000.00.
u The U.S.F.W.S. says Moose are dying because they can't find shade.
u 40 dead fish cost the California Dept. of Transportation $5,000,000.00 each.
u Ranchers are losing their land, because their cows might step on turtles.
u Farmers are being arrested because their plows kill rats.
By shutting down farming, home construction, schools, hospitals, military bases, mining, logging, fishing, recreation, ranching, and most other human endeavors, this draconian law is doing immeasurable damage to the American economy. Millions of jobs and billions of dollars are being squandered across America, in the name of species protection, most of which, in reality, aren't true species at all.
If you love America, and you want to help return her to the economic prosperity she once enjoyed, you owe it to yourself, your family, and your posterity, to read this book.
And then please notify your Congressman, that it is time to repeal the Endangered Species Act of 1973.
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About the Author
As a hunting consultant, John evaluated wildlife populations around the world: their population trends, bull to cow ratios, age structure, genetics, and predation issues. With the introduction of wolves near his home into Yellowstone Park, John correctly predicted the demise of the game populations in the northern Rockies, should the wolf populations go uncontrolled. This book was, originally, going to be about the damage the wolves were causing the economies of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
However, as his research into the Endangered Species Act of 1973 progressed, and the United States economy slipped deeper and deeper into recession, it became clear to him that the Endangered Species Act of 1973 was causing huge nationwide economic issues. Having personally lost two corporations in Canada to an out-of-control Environmental Movement, John felt it important to warn his countrymen of the dangers facing their freedoms here in the United States.