Monthly Archives: February 2016

Ranchers losing ground in government land grab

As the presidential election heats up, ask yourself which candidate will repeal WOTUS, get control of the EPA and allow ranchers to get back to work without being held back by unfair regulations. Don’t hold your breath for any of … Continue reading

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Man Gets Prison Sentence For Collecting Rainwater On His Property

Collecting rainwater on your own property can now lead to jail time, as proven by a man from Oregon who was sentenced to prison for doing just that.  Who owns the rain? The US government, apparently so it seems. by … Continue reading

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Freedom or Tyranny?

  Thara Finicum Tenney and Belle Finicum Collier spoke to the press following their father’s funeral. “Many questions remain unanswered about our father’s death. We don’t want the media’s bias. We don’t want the FBI’s bias. We want the truth.” … Continue reading

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Media Lied Locals Supported Oregon Stand-off in Harney County

 What? The media lie? Tell me it ain’t so! lotflmao — jtl, 419 via Free Kent Hovind The more you look into the Oregon Malheur National Wildlife Refuge standoff, the more you scratch your head and wonder… “Did American’s support … Continue reading

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A Warning To The Feds On Incremental Prosecutions Of The Liberty Movement

 In fact, corrupt governments issue warrants of arrest for a handful of dissenters and initiate imprisonment in a very public manner in the beginning with the express purpose of making examples and inspiring self censorship in the masses so that … Continue reading

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Do Bundy Ranch Standoff Indictments Mean More Arrests are Imminent?

 This action is leading to justifiable speculation and worries that others who assisted in security operations and who were at Bunkerville to show solidarity with the cause of resolving western land disputes may now find themselves rounded up. Would that … Continue reading

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Lavoy Finicum’s Death With Jury Instructions

Notably, even though Oath Keepers knew of the community event to which Finicum and others were traveling and had promised Finicum that they would provide him an escort to ensure safe passage to the next county, they were nowhere to … Continue reading

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The Antiquated Act: Time to Repeal the Antiquities Act

By Nicolas Loris via Heritage.org For more than a century, the President of the United States has had the power to unilaterally designate land as a national monument without input from Congress or the states. The Antiquities Act of 1906 … Continue reading

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Not being held in a FEMA Camp.

Just FYI, I have not been shot in a crap game, shot by a jealous husband, locked in a FEMA camp or shipped to Gitmo. I will be in the field (in a remote area with no internet or cell … Continue reading

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Pasture lease rates continue higher

by Wes Ishmael in BEEF Editors’ Blog Continued year-over-year increases in the cost of pasture leases leave cattle producers wondering how much higher rents can go.    When does the rocket ship that is carrying pasture rent rates higher and … Continue reading

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