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  • Ed Quillen anthology available now

    Ed Quillen anthology available now

    Daughter Abby Quillen has assembled two anthologies of her father’s columns; a steady stream of visitors have come by our Colorado office.

  • Remembering Ed Quillen, that prodigious writer of the West

    Remembering Ed Quillen, that prodigious writer of the West

    Quillen skewered conservatives and liberals alike, and his sharp observations were always relevant and on-target.

  • This is the time to make land management make sense

    Ed Quillen has suggestions for how to fix the West by consolidating the federal land agencies and charging people to build in Stupid Zones.

  • Change we could believe in

    Change we could believe in

    How to fix the West by consolidating land agencies and charging people to build in Stupid Zones.

  • Who you calling terrorist?

    Just because you disagree with someone about energy drilling or off-road vehicles doesn’t mean your opponent is a communist pinko – or an eco-terrorist.

  • The West remains a mysterious region

    Ed Quillen says that even in this so-called “Year of the West,” presidential candidates and media pundits demonstrate a deplorable ignorance of the region’s history and culture.

  • Sometimes the priceless really is priceless

    Ed Quillen questions the market-driven approach to valuing wilderness.

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