Monthly Archives: November 2017

National news reporter calls rural America “core threat” to nation

Following Griffin’s tweet, MSNBC reporter Joy Reid retweeted with the comment, “This is the core threat to our democracy. The rural minority — the people @JYSexton just wrote a long thread about — have and will continue to have disproportionate … Continue reading

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“Sovereign” States or Federal Satrapies?

 I have to ask the question–does the public, ordinary folks, only owning 16% of the state they live in really constitute it being a “sovereign” state, or is it still really a federal territory that has been labeled a state … Continue reading

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Just How Much Did Cliven Bundy Actually Owe? See The Document For Yourself – It Wasn’t Millions

No, seriously, on(sic)ly the US government could think they could get away with something so ridiculous. And they do because they can. And they can only because their guns are bigger than ours. But at least they are kind enough … Continue reading

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Week 1: ‘Battle of Bunkerville’ trial of Bundys begins in Las Vegas

 “The only thing (Bundy) wanted to do was raise cattle, just like his grandfather did, and his dad did,” We Texians should be thankful for having been born and raised in Texas where we don’t have to put up with … Continue reading

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Allan Savory and the Science of Tracking: How the world’s oldest scientific method has changed everything from grazing livestock to snaring poachers

In the 1960s, at the start of the long civil war that yielded Zimbabwe’s independence, Savory was able to use his tracking expertise. He developed tactics suited to bush guerrilla warfare and established the Tracker Combat Unit that became the … Continue reading

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The Curious Recovery of a ‘Threatened’ Bat Species

Essentially, everything forming the rationale for adding the bat to the endangered-species list was wrong. Well, whadaya expect from a gdgubment job? — jtl, 419 By Rob Gordon   at the Daily Signal A lesser long-nosed bat drinking nectar from … Continue reading

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Ranchers move herd after wolves kill cow

She’s angry at the state’s 2016 Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves that prevents the Roneys from killing the endangered species to protect their livestock. “My feelings, my thoughts, my business, my checkbook,” Roney said. “Everything that I do is just collateral damage.” by … Continue reading

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Federal court issues mixed decision on jaguar critical habitat challenge

In 2014, the federal government designated thousands of acres in New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar. The designation is absurd, because jaguars prefer the wet, tropical climates of Central and South America forests, to the dry, arid wilderness … Continue reading

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Cliven Bundy’s Trial Begins: Will Freedom Ring? Why The Stakes Are So High

“There is a serious amount of government overreach in general and especially here in Nevada when it comes to our lands,” says John Moore, a former libertarian state legislator, and Bundy family friend. “I’m a firm believer that it’s the … Continue reading

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