Pete du Pont — who I cast my very first vote for in the 1988 Presidential Primaries — is just now discovering lying and deceit in the US Forest Service.
It’s a well-written, well-argued piece, really. It just seems so dated. The blogosphere trapped, skinned, butchered, grilled, ate, digested, and shat out that issue just about ever ago.
Still, du Pont puts a lot of good data together in a nicely-sized package. It’s still worth a read if you’re looking for more intellectual ammunition.
NOTE: I’m wasn’t kidding about the ’88 primary. I was 19, a fierce little Randian, and willing to do anything for a candidate in favor both privatizing Social Security and a flat tax. I’m no longer such the Objectivist, but I could still sure go for a President like that.