Monthly Archives: January 2018

Federal Agencies Work To Fulfill Karl Marx’s Vision

Range Magazine for the Fall of 2014 carried an article by Julian Stone which noted: “The feds will not be satisfied until they have control of all private property–and not only in the America West.” My generation became of age during … Continue reading

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Basques in America: They got far on foot

For a long time, there was a popular saying in Texas: “Raise cattle if you are looking for prestige, but raise sheep if you are looking for profit.” Once upon a time a long time ago, I actually heard the … Continue reading

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Hammond Ranches, Incorporated continues to be denied grazing permit on BLM-administered land

Maupin said neighbors quietly support the Hammonds. “People think it’s a complete travesty.” But some are afraid to speak out. “I think people are worried about retribution from the government. Lot’s of people have refuge permits. They are hesitant to … Continue reading

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Another Right-Wing Insurgency Is Gathering Force In The West

At one point during the night, the audience was asked to shout out who they blamed for what had happened to their God- (and constitutionally) given rights. The answers were about what you’d expect: Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Fish and … Continue reading

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Major Federal Land Grab Thwarted: Victory for the Constitution

It is heartening when Truth and Justice win out. Indeed it is. But we can’t let it make us complacent. — jtl, 419 by: David Whitney  via The Sons of Liberty Media When a people lose their moral compass – … Continue reading

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Zinke says science is key to agency shake-up. Is he sincere?

by Brittany Patterson, E&E News reporter via THE WESTERNER When Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke launched a massive reorganization of the department last week, he said good science would help him chart the changes. But former officials are raising questions about … Continue reading

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Timeline: A brief history of the Sagebrush Rebellion

Consider the source (High Country News) and expect a hard left wing/libtard “spin” (including omissions, misrepresentations, errors, outright lies and a twisting torture of the English Language). But, it will provide a “time line” for any of you new Sagebrush … Continue reading

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Understanding Brittleness to Better Understand Your Land

 Understanding Brittleness to Better Read Your Land from Savory Institute on Vimeo. Learn the concept of brittleness and how understanding where your region falls on the brittleness scale can affect the management options for your ranch or farm.        … Continue reading

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Enviros unhappy with Bundy Trial result, ‘Trump is coddling violent zealots; ‘Bundy is still an outlaw’; ‘Public is being robbed’

Shame on me, though, cuz I still get a certain pleasure reading  those quotes. After all the pain Ive seen them inflict on others, let me just take a moment to enjoy this. It is high time they had some … Continue reading

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The Real Relationship Between Capitalism and the Environment

When we combine environmental quality data with economic freedom data, we see that the story is very different from what we are usually told. The countries with the most freedom are those with the highest environmental quality. We need more … Continue reading

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