Stacie Thomas

Stacie Thomas

Articles by Stacie Thomas

Distorting the Wealth of Nature

By Thomas Tanton There are too many forms of subsidies and favoritism to determine accurately which energy sources get the best treatment. But those who…

Why our politicized parks suffer

Detroit NewsJuly 18, 2004 By Thomas Bray It’s summertime, and while the political elites are tuning up their fog machines in anticipation of the major…

Hunting Alligators

Alligators have long been important to Louisianans for their skins (for belts, shoes, boots, luggage, watch bands, etc.), meat (sauce picante, gumbo, sausage, etc.), and,…

A River Ablaze

Cuyahoga Revisited By Stacie Thomas Early in the summer of 1969, the Cuyahoga River caught fire. Piles of logs, picnic benches, and other debris had…