Category Archives: Politics and Agriculture

Cowboys for Trump

Coury Griffin is worth a look, a listen and a hand. Participate and/or contribute if you can. He is family (of sorts–i.e. by marriage) so I can vouch for him. He’s the real deal. — jtl, 419 Advertisements

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The Wall and The Left’s business Plan

To support the premise of the problem, a deluge of anecdotal evidence is introduced by some expert and then picked up and carried by the press. “Expert.” He’s the guy that is more than 100 miles from home with a … Continue reading

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Oregon GOP Official Suggests Hiring Private Militias As Security For Republicans

Rather than waiting for news media reports or government agencies’ press statements, private intelligence firms have garnered the names of domestic terrorist groups and radicals due to the seeming secretiveness of the Obama administration… While the members of private militias … Continue reading

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The Disaster of Federal Farm Policy

Congress is now working on a new farm bill to cover the next four years handouts. The odds of budgetary decency breaking out are slim and none – and “Slim just left town,” as Dan Rather liked to say. But … Continue reading

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5 things to know about USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue

 “The USDA currently employs 105,778 people, making it the largest agency in the Federal Government…” People involved in agriculture are often heard disparaging “welfare recipients.” What they seem to be oblivious too is the fact that agriculture is the largest … Continue reading

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