Monthly Archives: January 2016

Exclusive Oath Keepers Interview with LaVoy Finicum at the Refuge in Harney, OR.

via Oath Keepers by Jason Van Tatenhove While I was boots on the ground in Burns, OR.  I had a chance to sit down and speak with LaVoy Finicum, one of the leaders of the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom (www.C4CF.com) … Continue reading

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WACO: A NEW REVELATION

Originally posted on Flyover-Press.com:
So Waco has become an undying testament to the inherent abusive nature of government. Lest we forget. — jtl, 419 by Elias Alias via Oath Keepers While the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is taking…

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Why The Land Belongs To Bundy

At the very least, Cliven Bundy possesses indisputable prescriptive rights to the land. A form of homesteading, prescriptive rights come about through protracted use of an unused tract of land. As per the political philosophy of John Locke upon which … Continue reading

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THE OCCUPY REFUGE MOVEMENT

Those in position of power have been getting away with this corruption for a long time and the corruption goes farther up. Few people would even know about this case if not for people occupying the refuge.[12] Thanks to the … Continue reading

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The Most Texas Interview of All Time

Yep, only in Texas. And at my old alma mater (Texas Tech) too! Ivy League and Tea Sipper folks have a hard time realizing that such as this is a relatively common occurrence. Ou rah! — jtl By richardbeal at … Continue reading

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Achieving Erosion Control, Soil Health and Biological Diversity

Book Review:The Plug and Spread Treatment: Achieving Erosion Control, Soil Health and Biological Diversity A very informative little book. — jtl By Bill Zeedyk via the Circle Ranch Habitat managers, who are struggling to control the gullies responsible for draining and … Continue reading

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The Lock

Our friend Ken Ivory, who has been so instrumental in Utah’s efforts, reminds us all to act like the sovereign beings our Founders considered themselves to be.  I suggest we start with the defense of our own perimeters, and it … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Well Known Americans

Reflecting on Well Known Americans By Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume Along about this time each January, I find myself reflecting upon the lives of two well-known Americans—one is “celebrated” the other is desecrated. One had his name changed by … Continue reading

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CFACT to EPA: Scrap your dirty “clean power plan”

CFACT is an outfit worth supporting. — jtl, 419 January 14, 2016 by Craig Rucker Environmental Protection Agency EPA Docket Center (EPA/DC) 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20460 COMMENTS on EPA-HQ-OAR-2015-0199 Proposed “Federal Plan and Model Rules for the … Continue reading

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Interview with Brandon Curtiss, President of the Idaho III% on the history and current situation in Burns, OR.

Brandon Curtiss is literally putting his life on the line for Liberty. Do you think there is 3% out there willing to do the same? — jtl, 419        Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View edited by … Continue reading

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