Review: The Making of a Conservative Environmentalist

5 Star, Capitalism (Good & Bad), Environment (Solutions)

Conservative CapitalismConservative Capitalism is Maturing!, October 3, 2008

Gordon K. Durnil

As true conservatives start realizing that both parties are evil and both parties have been corrupt in both selling out to Wall Street and in mandating “party line” voting, the tide is turning in favor of common sense and what I have been calling “reality-based” policy and budgeting.

This author deserves very high marks, and I am disappointed that the book has not attracted any reviews at all. Published in 2001, this author was years ahead of the pack, and along with Governor Mitch Daniels, himself rather special as a former Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), I am finding more and more reasons to look to the heartland for common sense.

See also:
Pandora's Poison: Chlorine, Health, and a New Environmental Strategy
The Blue Death: Disease, Disaster, and the Water We Drink
Toxics A to Z: A Guide to Everyday Pollution Hazards
High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health
Blue Frontier: Dispatches from America's Ocean Wilderness
Catastrophe & Culture: The Anthropology of Disaster (School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series)
Running on Empty: How the Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About It
Election 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (Substance of Governance; Legitimate Grievances; Candidates on the Issues; Balanced Budget 101; Call to Arms: Fund We Not Them; Annotated Bibliography)
The Battle for the Soul of Capitalism
Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution

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