Monthly Archives: September 2018

Communists Working For Decades On Taking Over United States

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This country is overflowing with an exponential increase in chaos, which is one of the goals of the looney left. Decades? It is more like centuries. If you don’t believe me, ask Al Benson, Jr.…

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Classic Country Song for the Day: I Love – Tom T. Hall

A neat song with a real story to tell. — jtl, 419          FOLLOW LAND & LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our Online Rancher Supply Store The Essence of Liberty Volume III: Liberty: A Universal … Continue reading

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Land-transfer advocates seek authority instead of ownership

The push to transfer public lands is losing steam even as its proponents get closer to their goal: state control over federal lands. Don’t be too sure about that. Keep in mind that High Country News is a publication by … Continue reading

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Classic Country Song for the Day: Brooks & Dunn – She Used To Be Mine

This is music that will still be listened to when all of us are gone. — jtl, 419                FOLLOW LAND & LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our Online Rancher Supply … Continue reading

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University Corruption

Originally posted on Flyover-Press.com:
University administrators and faculty members who cave to the demands for racially segregated activities have lost their moral mooring, not to mention common sense. I’m sure that if white students demanded a whites-only dormitory or whites-only…

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Classic Country Song for Today: George Strait – I Met A Friend Of Yours Today

Where I come from somebody would be dead and somebody else would be in prison, and that is an historical fact. I’m going to be out of the loop for a few days. See y’all Monday morning. — jtl, 419 … Continue reading

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Hope ranchers worry about impact of BLM plan

“What affects me is about 3,500 acres they say I can keep on using,” he said. “If we get another administration, they’re gonna say I can’t do it. They’re going to call it wilderness.” Six generations have cared for this … Continue reading

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Classic Country Song of the Day:Willie Nelson – Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain

One of the top three country songs ever written.   Land & Livestock International, Inc is offering a “Free” week-long ranch management-planned grazing seminar- workshop. What follows is a business model we have been following that has worked very well … Continue reading

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Who Owns the State?

Originally posted on Flyover-Press.com:
The pretense that competition for control of the machinery of state power has been vested in “the people” is often seen in the realpolitick of state action. The process by which popular sovereignty is supposedly…

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Cowgirl Sass and Savvy (revisited) Dirt roads, rough hands and sweat-soaked Stetsons

I have lived down a dirt road most of my life. It is a world unto itself no matter what decade it is. Weeks are without weekends as everyday is the same. Me too. There is nothing more relaxing than … Continue reading

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