Monthly Archives: March 2016

Making hay of environmental goods and services

…the government and the scientific community have only recently taken their first steps towards discovering the price of various EG&S. However, this process will likely prove difficult. How, for example, does one put a dollar value on a concept as … Continue reading

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Texas Girls Choppin’ Hogs From A Chopper

   How bout them cowgirls? Actually, this is great fun and those rascals are a real PTIA–very destructive–they will even root up your fence posts. But…as usual, if the government would just get out of the way and allow us … Continue reading

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West Milford resident tells horse’s inspiring story in ‘His Name is Midnight’

I too have a horsed called Midnight. He has very similar coloring and conformation to the Midnight in this film. I checked out the pedigree with John L. Moore (on Midnight’s cousin in the picture just below) and found no … Continue reading

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This Week at the Circle

Deer Hunted in Medina, Uvalde Counties Tests Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease “The rules developed by TPWD to deal with CWD accelerate the proliferation of high fences and their associated industrial deer raising methods. These practices both caused, and now … Continue reading

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Washington’s despotic lawlessness

For seven years, our “Try and stop me” president and administration have used and abused their powers to impose their agenda. What we need now is a “Try and make me” president, who will refuse to enforce their edicts. Who … Continue reading

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Judge opens door for Ammon Bundy, others to be prosecuted in Nevada and Oregon at same time

 Lisa Hay, a defense attorney for Ryan Payne, argued that prosecuting both cases at once could drag out the timeline for the cases and keep the defendants in custody longer…Payne’s defense attorney in Nevada, Shari Kaufman, said she couldn’t prepare … Continue reading

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Agricultural law specialist: Good farm practices, careful hiring practices thwart legal issues

…farms should have detailed animal care and handling policies to prevent animal abuse, and producers should conduct ongoing employee training to ensure they understand and utilize proper animal care standards…But farm owners may need to implement a few extra policies … Continue reading

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Mike Lee rides Cowtown Slinger for 87.25 points

Mike Lee got lucky. He came off on the inside of the spin. That can be hazardous to your health–especially if you happen to hang up. — jtl, 419         FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite … Continue reading

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New Evidence that the Government Ordered the Murder of Oregon Protester LaVoy Finicum

 In the deposition of another officer, he acknowledged that the authorization for the operation that led to the murder of LaVoy Finicum came from the “highest levels of national command authority”.   I hope that “the people” do not tire … Continue reading

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Finicum Shooting: Was Bundy Driver/“Bodyguard” an FBI Agent Provocateur?

 There is a startling omission in a newly released official “Incident Report” on the shooting death of LaVoy Finicum that has reopened controversy over a key figure in the Oregon standoff with federal authorities. Recent Facebook postings by supporters of … Continue reading

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