Monthly Archives: January 2017

This Week on the Circle:Mule Deer Hunting in the Sierra Diablos

Good music and beautiful scenery. Hope you enjoy it. — jtl, 419 http://circleranchtx.com/mule-deer-hunting-in-the-sierra-diablos/         FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual. This is the ideal squeal … Continue reading

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The meeting that never happened

“We need a revolution,” he said. “Not a revolution of arms, a revolution of thought, a revolution of morality, a revolution of community standing up and supporting each other.” It looks like we may be well on our way to … Continue reading

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Utah Congressman introduces bill to strip police powers from BLM, Forest Service

The undeniable perception was that Bureau of Land Management (BLM) agents using dogs, Tasers, armored vehicles, full body armor and automatic weapons to confront a rancher who was delinquent with his grazing fees, constituted a terrifying overreaction. The only “justification” anywhere in the constitution for … Continue reading

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Video: Circle Ranch High Country

 If you are a Texan, you will understand. If not, sorry boys I just got captured and carried away by the music. I hope you enjoy it and the scenery too. — jtl, 419 Posted by Chris Gill  Pronghorn, Desert … Continue reading

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Universities Cave to Snowflakes

I timed the termination of my academic career almost perfectly. Although the early version of “snowflakes” had began to appear, it was nothing like it is now…which I would have not survived. — jtl, 419 Source: Universities Cave to Snowflakes

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Kelleigh Nelson — Say No To Neil Gorsuch For Supreme Court

Source: Kelleigh Nelson — Say No To Neil Gorsuch For Supreme Court

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Farm Groups Bristle as Trump Kills TPP Negotiations

 The news agitated several farm groups, who responded with a series of statements. Among them, the American Soybean Association expresses “significant concern” following the announcement. There is nothing more whiney than a bunch of whiney farmers. — jtl, 419 By … Continue reading

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5 things to know about USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue

 “The USDA currently employs 105,778 people, making it the largest agency in the Federal Government…” People involved in agriculture are often heard disparaging “welfare recipients.” What they seem to be oblivious too is the fact that agriculture is the largest … Continue reading

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Sensible Politics Is About Revenge

“I love to see the establishment squirm. Never in my lifetime have I seen all of them squirm like this.” Me too and neither. But that shouldn’t surprise anybody seeing as how we (myself and North) are both libertarians. — … Continue reading

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Not Buying Any Government Today, Thanks

I’m tired of hearing this nonsense about how great Guv has been for the last eight years. Sorry, but this is the same Guv that has been in control for over a couple hundred years now and they’ve done nothing but pauperize huge swathes … Continue reading

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