U.N. gun burning just the beginning

by Henry Lamb -- Guns will be burned in New York, Monday, July 9, 2001, in a major media dog-and-pony show to draw public attention to the U.N. Conference on Small Arms. more…

New Internet treaty readied

by Henry Lamb -- Unlike most recent international treaties, this new Internet Treaty was developed in relative secrecy, not by the United Nations, but by the Council of Europe – a 43 more…

Tightening the screws

by Henry Lamb -- More than 1,400 farm families in the Klamath Basin have been targeted for economic extinction by environmental extremists. Nearly 90 percent of the 210,000 acres of farmland will more…

Kyoto resurrected?

by Henry Lamb -- Stand tall Mr. Bush; the big guns are booming -- and they are aimed at you! Jan Pronk, current chairman of the Kyoto Protocol negotiations, is in the more…

Who needs Earth Day?

by Henry Lamb -- I have little patience for those pseudo-intellectual urban-environmentalists who get all worked up over Earth Day. Like performing children anticipating goodies from Santa on Christmas, Greenpeacers and their more…

Getting the policy right

by Henry Lamb -- No one is surprised that the Bush administration is recommending expanding the use of our own natural energy resources. Nor should anyone be surprised by the howls of more…

Dems don't debate, they demonize

by Henry Lamb -- Democrats have zeroed in on what they hope will become George Bush's Achilles heel -- the environment. As if orchestrated, Democratic leaders, environmental organizations, and the usual TV-talking more…

Hail to the chief!

by Henry Lamb -- Hooray! Finally we have a President who has the strength of character to do what needs to be done -- even in the face of emotional howls from more…

Standing in the middle of the road

by Henry Lamb -- Tension is rising in the Bush White House: Meet America’s energy needs, or meet Kyoto targets? The two goals are mutually exclusive. The United States cannot meet its more…