Green Gone Wild

Green Gone Wild — Elevating Nature Above Human Rights was written to educate and inform the general public. It was not written for lawyers or scientists, but with regular people in mind — people who want to know the truth about modern environmentalism and its harsh treatment of the human species.

Green Gone Wild takes an in depth look at government confiscatory regulation of private property in the name of protecting so-called endangered plant and wildlife species. Regulations that trample on Fifth Amendment guarantees. This book shines a spotlight on the extreme green movement that has cost many Americans their lives, jobs, and homes while saving only a handful of species.

Dave Stirling’s book is a crucial and long-overdue effort to shine a spotlight on this most burdensome of federal statutes, and the extreme green movement that propels it. –Hugh Hewitt, national radio talk show host and Constitutional Law Professor

Dave Stirling’s book makes a strong case that the federal government’s confiscatory regulation of private property in the name of protecting so-called endangered plant and wildlife species is another step in trampling our Fifth Amendment guarantees. –Walter E. Williams, Professor of Economics, George Mason University

Mr. Stirling’s book calls for balance between preserving the natural world and protecting the living needs of people. The green movement’s extreme agenda for preserving plant and wildlife species has not only cost Americans billions of dollars every year, while saving only a handful of species, but continues to enable the deaths of millions of the world’s poor people. That agenda has also cost many Americans their lives, jobs, and homes. Finally, a book that does not cater to politcal correctness. –Michael Reagan, national radio program host

Learn more about the book and its author.

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