Monthly Archives: October 2017

In All the Talk about Clinton’s Uranium One Deal, Why Is No One Talking About the Malheur Documents Found by the Bundys?

So, the question I have for Attorney General Jeff Sessions is, why are you not seeking to vindicate the Hammonds and submit the documents discovered by the Bundys and reported on by Santilli and start getting at the root of … Continue reading

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Hispanic ranchers dealt blow in lengthy battle over grazing

A group of Hispanic ranchers has been dealt a blow in their years-long feud with the federal government over grazing rights on land in New Mexico that has been used by their families for centuries.  So you think you have … Continue reading

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Did BLM Special Agent In Charge Implicate Obama’s DOJ in Bundy Ranch Standoff?

So, was the DOJ, under Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, engaged in entrapment or were they not?   I’d be willing to make book on it. — jtl, 419 by Tim Brown via The Sons of Liberty Media Special Agent … Continue reading

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The great Chisholm Trail turns 150

The Chisholm Trail was finally closed because of the proliferation of barbed wire that closed  the vast grazing lands in Texas and became a barrier to following original trails… Its legacy, however, lives on. South Texas, its large and small … Continue reading

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Legislating cowboy hats—Aussie lawmakers say they are dangerous

It is a given that the United States is notorious for its attempts to legislate intelligence or the lack of it, in the name of protecting us from ourselves. Making rules for what kind of “lid” the cowboy should wear … Continue reading

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The economics of preg-checking

 By Beef Cattle Research Council of the Canadian Cattlemen Photo: The major economic benefit of preg-checking is the money saved by not wintering open cows. However, it has been noted that preg-checking is not always worthwhile, as the increased revenue … Continue reading

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Cull or keep? Factors to consider when culling cows

Plus, culling on temperament and maternal behaviour   And in the case of heifers, if she doesn’t have 2 calves by her 3rd birthday, take her to town. — jt. 419 Photo: Supplied By Heather Smith Thomas via Canadian Cattlemen Grant … Continue reading

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Allan Savory: Planned Cattle Grazing Where the Rubber Hits the Road

In this 45-minute video, the Dean of holistic range science – Allan Savory – discusses on-the-ground application of holistic planned grazing. West Texas and New Mexico ranchers will find many helpful insights, observations and suggestions in this wide-ranging discussion of … Continue reading

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George P. Bush Is ‘Re-Imagining’ Reality With A ‘Kinder, Gentler’ Alamo

Texas …(is) under constant attack by patronizing pseudo-intellectuals who only seem to care about history when it involves blind and uncritical acceptance of “alternative facts” about our state’s past. Historians now “know” that the Lone Star State (along with the … Continue reading

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Bundy trial embodies everything dividing America today

Eisenberg may or may not realize that she makes a beautiful case for separation. We out here in Flyover Country (West of the Mississippi but East of the Left Coast and South of the Mason-Dixon Line) have absolutely nothing in … Continue reading

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