Catherine Semcer, a research fellow with the Property and Environment Research Center, explained why trophy hunting actually helps preserve lions and other endangered species.
Chair of the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, she was president of the center (then called the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy) from 2008 until 2015, when she retired. Stroup is a past president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education. She is married to economist Richard Stroup.
“The media, for whatever reason, has chosen a role for itself as a cheerleader for climate boondoggles. And the more specialized the media . . . the more completely it will devote itself to misleading the public about the true nature of the climate challenge in our democracy.” Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal.