H3: 03/24/11 Tom Graves, C.J. Box

March 24, 2011 by  
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03241103 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh speaks with Georgia freshman Congressman Tom Graves, member of the Appropriations Committee, and then concludes his interview with novelist C.J. Box.

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  1. Jeffery Stutsman says:

    I think its a great service that someone is finnaly talking about this issue. My work affords me the opportunity to travel the States, and I have seen this tragedy first hand. As with all things, its not the rich and famous, nor the self proclaimed political elite that must tollerate thier ocean views, or pristine mountain retreats littered and destroyed by these wind turbines. Just the rest of are expected to stand idle and watch the natural beauty of America be destoryed. The heart of conservation should be the preservation of the beauty that is America. Wyoming in perticular, and the West in general can boast some of the most majestic virgin country that still remains for us to stand in awe of. It makes me very angry to see the damage that these turbines, the access roads that are built to service them, as well as the destruction to what otherwise is trully a national treasure in so many areas along the byways and farm roads that streach accross America. The sooner this issue makes it above the fold, the sooner the public will realize how endagered these areas are, and demand a stop to it.

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