Category Archives: Government Interventionism

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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Governors Ask USDA for Wildfire Relief Action

The governors of Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and New Mexico sent a letter Friday to acting Secretary of Agriculture Mike Young asking that restrictions to the CRP be lifted to provide more land for grazing. There is one sure way to … Continue reading

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Farm Groups Bristle as Trump Kills TPP Negotiations

 The news agitated several farm groups, who responded with a series of statements. Among them, the American Soybean Association expresses “significant concern” following the announcement. There is nothing more whiney than a bunch of whiney farmers. — jtl, 419 By … Continue reading

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Will Bentley, executive vice president for the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association and cattleman himself, says past experience with Perdue would suggest he would be open to rolling back overregulation from the department, including the new GIPSA rules…Gary Baise is an attorney … Continue reading

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Trump victory encourages Owyhee monument opponents

 Once a National Monument is “declared” by a president, can it be UN-declared by a new president? — jtl, 419 from Capital Press    Some Eastern Oregon ranchers believe Donald Trump’s victory makes it less likely that President Barack Obama … Continue reading

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Are ranchers spitting into the wind on wind energy issues?

The unique culture, diversity and quality of the West demands no less. American agriculture (farmers and, to a much lesser extent, ranchers) is the world’s largest welfare recipient. As such, they are also notoriously two faced. They boast of being … Continue reading

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Updated: BLM Tells Texas Ranchers The Feds Owns Their Land Despite – Deeds – Paying Property Taxes

 Aderholt pointed out that he has a deed in hand that shows he is the owner of the property the federal government is claiming they actually own, but the representative says that the State of Texas should never have produced … Continue reading

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What If Jesus Had Been Born 2,000 Years Later in the American Police State?

Joseph and Mary had to go to Bethlehem to file their Form 1040.  By John W. Whitehead “Two thousand years later … the memory of the revolutionary zealot who walked across Galilee gathering an army of disciples with the goal … Continue reading

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