Monthly Archives: December 2015

Distrust of federal land agencies escalates with conviction of Oregon ranchers

 In a Pew poll released this week it’s revealed that less than 1 in 5 Americans trust the federal government always or most of the time. With federal agents exercising their power to turn minor errors into federal crimes, striking … Continue reading

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Bison and the Shortgrass Prairie of the Llano Estacado

The bison-eradication program of the 1870s was extremely effective. Yes it was. Its real purpose was to eradicate the Plains Indian. I’m a Vietnam veteran and am very tired of hearing about the “atrocities” we committed as though ours were … Continue reading

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EPA Gets Americans 129 Years Of Jail Time As Agency Workers Go Unpunished After Spilling Toxic Mine Waste

Republican lawmakers were quick to criticize EPA for not taking any disciplinary action against contractors or employees involved in the Colorado mine spill. Lawmakers noted that while EPA drags its feet, a private company, like Duke, would have been fined … Continue reading

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Editorial – Brushing Back a Lawless EPA

For this year’s budget it says, “and no increase from the year before.”  That’s not a budget cut.  Apparently you can abuse the public, violate federal law and defy Congress and that legislative body will send you the same amount … Continue reading

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The Journey to the Super Bowl

Amazing! Simply amazing! Reminds me of an episode during my mis-spent youth–wrangling dudes one summer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The boss came into a “spoiled” pack horse (with Clydesdale breeding) and I was assigned to ride her out until she … Continue reading

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One Cowboy Left

I know a bunch of old boys and gals that are praying that same prayer. — jtl, 419       FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference … Continue reading

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Yellow Slicker

I don’t recon I ever saw anything that pretty in one of those yellow slickers. — jtl, 419           A Handbook for Ranch Managers.  In keeping with the “holistic” idea that the land, the livestock, the people and the … Continue reading

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Executive Summary excerpted from the UT TPL Legal Analysis.

Click here for the full Legal Analysis which is must reading for those of you who live in any one of the Western “public lands” states and also for those of you who are interested in an American history lesson that you … Continue reading

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Research proves salads are more harmful to the environment than burgers

“Eating lettuce is over three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon,” This calls for dancing in the streets. Anybody want to make any book on whether or not the libtards ignore (or more likely attack) it? — … Continue reading

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When City Hall Walks on the Farm

Farms can die with a whimper, not a bang, when the grabbing hands of local government arrive. And with urban sprawl comes Agenda 21 and its zoning commissions and building codes all of which have only one objective–the taking of … Continue reading

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