Category Archives: Government Interventionism

Will Idaho case lead to reining in of unaccountable federal agencies?

This will be a major step forward in the fight to hold agencies accountable to Congress and to the American people. Glory be. It is high time that the 4th branch be brought to heel. — jtl, 419 By Kaycee … 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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Interior’s Sue and Settle Order Exposes Secret Settlements with Activists

The FedGov thieves and extortionists have been getting by with this scam for decades. Maybe, just maybe, we will see an end to it. — jtl, 419 From the Farm Bureau Activists have grown rich by suing the government and … Continue reading

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Child of the State, Man of War

A better way to understand John McCain is to see him for what he really was and what he never escaped, although in his wistful moments one wonders if he dreamed of it.  He was a child of the state, … Continue reading

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Farewell, old Friend

The passage of time is hard enough without inventing some other imposition!… We are ruled by much more nonsense than substance and we act like it is normal and customary. It is not and it is a good time to … Continue reading

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Forced to Farm? California Lawsuit Raises Question

Straight out of the playbook of the Third World Banana Republic. I don’t know how it is now, but some years back, if you owned a farm in Honduras and did not farm it, they would take it away from … Continue reading

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U.S. cattle official says Trump has been good for agriculture

When it comes to agriculture, President Donald Trump is doing a crackerjack job, says a senior official with the top U.S. cattle association.  I just saw yesterday that one of the big-time evangelical preachers has predicted that, if they do … Continue reading

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Rapper DMX Arrested for Trying to Stop the State from Stealing His Money

 Thanks to a lifetime of propaganda, people will argue relentlessly that taxation is not an act of violence, they will deny that it perpetuates a complicated form of slavery, and many times get deeply offended when you point out the … Continue reading

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DuBois column

President Trump signed the E.O. mentioned in my last column, requiring a review of all national monuments of over 100,000 acres and designated since 1996. “Today, I am signing a new executive order to end another egregious abuse of federal … Continue reading

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Is Crop Insurance on the Budgetary Chopping Block?

 The letters, signed by more than 60 agriculture groups, say true crop insurance spending under the 2014 farm bill will come in $20 billion under budget.   American Agriculture–the largest welfare recipient on earth. And now even the cowboys are … Continue reading

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