Since January, there has been ongoing discussion about the future of the Republican Party. Is this the party of Reagan or the party of Trump? Are we really a big tent party? Are we experiencing the end of the Republican Party as we know it or the beginning of a powerful Republican sweep in 2022?
We don’t often think about modernizing the way that we plant trees. For generations, the process has remained the same: A seed falls to the ground, germinates, grows, sprouts branches and leaves, pulls carbon from the atmosphere, and releases oxygen.
On March 22, 2021, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that: “The creation of a national monument is of no small consequence.” We agree, as would all those who have argued for, or against, such designations.
The United States faces a strategic adversary in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that is challenging our political, economic, industrial, and educational systems. In response, Congress and the administration have taken steps toward adopting Made in America policies to reduce U.S. dependence on Chinese manufacturing and rebuild our competitive edge.
Over the past few months, countless constituents have approached us with the same question: How can we ensure that our public lands are managed in a way that works for everyone?