Posts Tagged ‘environmental public goods’

Trump’s Plea: Sad … Never Able to be Comparably Replaced!

Sorry, I don’t have a photo of a Robert E. Lee’s statue. But I do have a photo from Jackson Hole, Wyoming of a bronco-riding cowboy statue, certainly at least as important artifact for our Western Heritage as Robert E. Lee’s statue is for the South’s Heritage. I am sure that if there was a […]

Artifacts – What Does Their Destruction Mean to Us?

The recent destruction of ancient artifacts in the Middle East by ISIS has painfully reminded us of an all too frequent repeating story of our globe’s plundering conquerors. ISIS is but a current version of a long history of plunderers. Destruction of archeological sites, ancient works of art and other creations of the conquered validate […]