Monthly Archives: May 2014

We can do better. States seek to manage land over FedGov

One of the mottos of the American Lands Council is: “never be afraid of the truth.” Our job is to educate everyone, every chance we get. That is one of the reasons we are so excited that ALC President Ken … Continue reading

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Hayless Winter

In case you missed Chris Stelzer’s Hayless Winter webinar with Jim Elizando: Lots of good stuff here. http://agriculturalinsights.com/hayless-winter-grazing-webinar-play-page?inf_contact_key=6df57ed2a9e0ac1ed72ebcfbc46932b1f2979d4e236ed084df76964798fe4d6b If that link won’t work for you try: The Essence of Liberty Volume I: Liberty and History chronicles the rise and fall of the … Continue reading

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Guns ‘n Burritos

I am proud to say that I have never even so much as been in a Chipotle restaurant and have no intention of ever entering one. — jtl, 419 By Greg Henderson and Friends via Grazing the Net What’s with … Continue reading

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Republicans warn BLM eyeing land grab along Texas-Oklahoma border

byFoxNews.com Texas officials are raising alarm that the Bureau of Land Management, on the heels of its dust-up with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, might be eyeing a massive land grab in northern Texas. The under-the-radar issue has caught the attention … Continue reading

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BLM seeks bids for new corrals for wild horses

Hey, I’ve got an idea that I took from an Arizona rancher. They are trying to introduce wolves into Aizona and New Mexico. Why don’t they just introduce them up there where so many wild horses are such a big problem? … Continue reading

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A righteous protest of BLM

Bundy refused to pay fees on the grounds of a “sovereign nation” theory. That dog won’t hunt in both the court of public opinion and the federal courts. This statement proves what Michael Coffman said in “The Bundy Standoff–A Century of … Continue reading

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THE BUNDY STANDOFF—A CENTURY OF ABUSE, PART 1

By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D via NewsWithViews.com Original Intent For days following April 8, hundreds of well-armed Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and even hundreds more partially-armed Bundy supporters stood toe-to-toe. Any spark could have caused another Waco. Finally, the … Continue reading

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Update: To Protect a Mouse, Forest Service Cuts Off Water Access in New Mexico

by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. via the New American Although it hasn’t reached Bundy levels of attention, leaders of a rural southern New Mexico county are bravely pushing back against a federal land grab of their own. In Otero County, New Mexico, … Continue reading

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Commons votes down bid for horse slaughter ban

Given that the U.S. “has no program in place to monitor the drugs given to horses and has no intention of creating one, the U.S. cannot export its horse meat directly to Europe,” he noted. — AGCanada.com Network Generally speaking, … Continue reading

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American Lands Council Request for Assistance

Calling all socialists. Please listen to this carefully. No government bureaucrat can (or will) take care of any resource like the person who owns a capital interest in it. — jtl, 419 One of the very important reasons for the … Continue reading

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