New Research: Methane Emissions From Livestock Have No Detectable Effect On The Climate

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Just think of all the resources (time and money) that have been wasted on this silly argument over the obvious. But oh well, that is the way it goes–first your money, then your clothes–when the pimps are running the show. — jtl, 419
From Climate Change Dispatch


Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualAgrobiologist and scientific researcher Dr. Albrecht Glatzle, author of over 100 scientific papers and two textbooks, has published research that shows “there is no scientific evidence, whatsoever, that domestic livestock could represent a risk for the Earth’s climate” and the “warming potential of anthropogenic GHG [greenhouse gas] emissions has been exaggerated.”

Methane emissions negligible importance from livestock

Image Source: Glatzle, 2018

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewGlatzle, 2018

Domestic Livestock and Its Alleged Role in Climate Change

Abstract:

Our key conclusion is there is no need for anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), and even less so for livestock-born emissions, to explain climate change. Climate has always been changing, and even the present warming is most likely driven by natural factors.

Combat Shooter's HandbookThe warming potential of anthropogenic GHG emissions has been exaggerated, and the beneficial impacts of manmade CO2 emissions for nature, agriculture, and global food security have been systematically suppressed, ignored, or at least downplayed by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and other UN (United Nations) agencies.

Furthermore, we expose important methodological deficiencies in IPCC and FAO (Food Agriculture Organization) instructions and applications for the quantification of the manmade part of non-CO2-GHG emissions from agro-ecosystems.

 

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteHowever, so far, these fatal errors inexorably propagated through the scientific literature.

Finally, we could not find a clear domestic livestock fingerprint, neither in the geographical methane distribution nor in the historical evolution of mean atmospheric methane concentration.”

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The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsKey Points:

1. “In order to get the effective manmade part of the emissions from managed ecosystems, one has to subtract the baseline emissions of the respective native ecosystems or of the pre-climate-change-managed ecosystems from those of today’s agro-ecosystems (Figure 4). Omitting this correction leads to a systematic overestimation of farm-born non-CO2 GHG emissions. Scientific publications generally do not take this consideration into account, as farm-born CH4 and N2O emissions are consistently interpreted at a 100% level as an additional anthropogenic GHG source, just like fossil fuel-born CO2. As the mentioned IPCC guidelines [2007] are taken for the ultimate reference, this severe methodological deficiency propagated through the scientific literature.”

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1) The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)  2. “Dung patches concentrate the nitrogen ingested from places scattered across the pasture.  Nichols et al. [2016] found no significant differences between emission factors from the patches and the rest of the pasture, which means the same amount of nitrous oxide is emitted whether or not the herbage passes livestock’s intestines. However, the IPCC and FAO do consider mistakenly all nitrous oxide leaking from manure as livestock-born and therefore manmade.”

3. “Between 1990 and 2005, the world cattle population rose by more than 100 million head (according to FAO statistics). During this time, atmospheric methane concentration stabilized completely. These empirical observations show that livestock is not a significant player in the global methane budget [Glatzle, 2014]. This appreciation has been corroborated by Schwietzke et al. [2016] who suggested that methane emissions from fossil fuel industry and natural geological seepage have been 60–110% greater than previously thought.”

4. “When looking to the global distribution of average methane concentrations as measured by ENVISAT (Environmental Satellite) [Schneising et al., 2009] and the geographical distribution of domestic animal density, respectively [Steinfeld et al., 2006], no discernible relationship between both criteria was found [Glatzle, 2014].”

5. “Although the most recent estimates of yearly livestock-born global methane emissions came out 11% higher than earlier estimates [Wolf et al., 2017], we still cannot see any discernible livestock fingerprint in the global methane distribution(Figure 6).”

6. “The idea of a considerable livestock contribution to the global methane budget relies on theoretical bottom-up calculations. Even in recent studies, e.g., [Mapfumo et al., 2018], just the emissions per animal are measured and multiplied by the number of animals. Ecosystemic interactions and baselines over time and space are generally ignored [Glatzle, 2014]. Although quite a number of publications, such as the excellent most recent FCRN report (Food Climate Research Network) [2017], do discuss extensively ecosystemic sequestration potentials and natural sources of GHGs, they do not account for baseline emissions from the respective native ecosystems when assessing manmade emissions of non-CO2 GHGs from managed ecosystems. This implies a systematic overestimation of the warming potential, particularly when assuming considerable climate sensitivity to GHG emissions.”

7. “[W]e could not find a domestic livestock fingerprint, neither in the geographical methane distribution nor in the historical evolution of the atmospheric methane concentration. Consequently, in science, politics, and the media, the climate impact of anthropogenic GHG emissions has been systematically overstated. Livestock-born GHG emissions have mostly been interpreted isolated from their ecosystemic context, ignoring their negligible significance within the global balance. There is no scientific evidence, whatsoever, that domestic livestock could represent a risk for the Earth’s climate.”

8. “[E]ven LA Chefs Column [Zwick, 2018], in spite of assuming a major global warming impact of methane, came to the conclusion: ‘When methane is put into a broader rather than a reductive context, we all have to stop blaming cattle (‘cows’) for climate change.’”

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Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View

edited by

Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume

Is now available in both PAPERBACK and Kindle

BookCoverImageMurray N. Rothbard was the father of what some call Radical Libertarianism or Anarcho-Capitalism which Hans-Hermann Hoppe described as “Rothbard’s unique contribution to the rediscovery of property and property rights as the common foundation of both economics and political philosophy, and the systematic reconstruction and conceptual integration of modern, marginalist economics and natural-law political philosophy into a unified moral science: libertarianism.”

This book applies the principles of this “unified moral science” to environmental and natural resource management issues.

The book started out life as an assigned reading list for a university level course entitled Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View.

As I began to prepare to teach the course, I quickly saw that there was a plethora of textbooks suitable for universal level courses dealing with environmental and natural resource economics. The only problem was that they were all based in mainstream neo-classical (or Keynesian) theory. I could find no single collection of material comprising a comprehensive treatment of environmental and natural resource economics based on Austrian Economic Theory.

However, I was able to find a large number of essays, monographs, papers delivered at professional meetings and published from a multitude of sources. This book is the result. It is composed of a collection of research reports and essays by reputable scientists, economists, and legal experts as well as private property and free market activists.

The book is organized into seven parts: I. Environmentalism: The New State Religion; II. The New State Religion Debunked; III. Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resource Economics; IV. Interventionism: Law and Regulation; V. Pollution and Recycling; VI. Property Rights: Planning, Zoning and Eminent Domain; and VII. Free Market Conservation. It also includes an elaborate Bibliography, References and Recommended Reading section including an extensive Annotated Bibliography of related and works on the subject.

The intellectual level of the individual works ranges from quite scholarly to informed editorial opinion.

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Song for Today: That Summer-Garth Brooks

A great song. But…just think about what would happen if the genders were reversed (in light of the currently existing double standard).

Thank you sweet Mae, where ever you may be. — jtl, 419

The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsSometimes people do the wrong things for the right reasons. The author admits that to be the “story of his life” and openly shares much of it in this book. Although the book is largely an historically based auto-biography, it is part fact and part fiction. In cases where identities needed to be prBlog Postsotected, the “facts” necessary to that end are changed but without altering the accuracy of the description of the event or its historical significance. It is a personal story. It is a cowboy-warrior’s story told in a cowboy-warrior’s language. It is the story of one man’s journey from bondage to freedom and from slavery to liberty. It is the gritty story of this man’s life-long education in the school of hard knocks as his journey took him from a sharecropper’s shack, through the rodeo arena and the boxing ring, across the football field and the drilling rig floor, into the Marines and two wars and ultimately culminating in the university… Read More

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Senator Hirono: Democrats Struggle To Relate To Voters Due To ‘How Smart We Are’

How smart they are? lotflmfao.

Being on the tax and spend team, that stupid bitch is so dumb she can’t figure out that government does not have anything to give to anybody that it hasn’t previously taken from somebody else at the point of a gun. Thus, taxes are nothing but theft and extortion.

How is it possible for someone to steal (take the fruits of my labor by force) from me and be on “my side?” — jtl, 419

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How smart they are? lotflmfao.
Being on the tax and spend team, that stupid bitch is so dumb she can’t figure out that government does not have anything to give to anybody that it hasn’t previously taken from somebody else at the point of a gun. Thus,  taxes are nothing but theft and extortion.
How is it possible for someone to steal (take the fruits of my labor by force) from me and be on “my side?” — jtl, 419
By Ryan Saavedra @realsaavedra  via The Daily Wire

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) said on Tuesday that Democrats have a hard time connecting with voters because of how “smart” Democrats are and because Democrats “know so much.”

Hirono made the remarks while answering a question from journalist Dahlia Lithwick at the “Bend Towards Justice” conference in Washington, D.C. about what Democrats need to do to make their voters care…

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There’s no justice in America’s justice system

As I was reading through this essay, I was reminded of Clare Wolfe who, back in the 90s, predicted the FedGov would pass so many laws that nobody could possibly keep up with and avoid breaking all of them–i.e. we are all felons and may not even know it. That way, selective enforcement gives them total control.

Claire is still around and kicking (government functionaries) in the groin every chance she gets. Her books and blog are still good too. Check her out on Amazon beginning with “101 Things to do ‘Til the Revolution.” — jtl, 419

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The answer lies in the huge volume of federal and state criminal laws which are broad and impossibly vague… If you think it’s only the criminals getting caught up in felony entrapment, think again… Tens of thousands of people every year are sent to jail based on the result of a $2 roadside drug test that routinely produces false positives…

As I was reading through this essay, I was reminded of Clare Wolfe who, back in the 90s,  predicted the FedGov would pass so many laws that nobody could possibly keep up with and avoid breaking all of them–i.e. we are all felons and may not even know it. That way, selective enforcement gives them total control.

Claire is still around and kicking (government functionaries) in the groin every chance she gets. Her books and blog are still good too. Check her out on Amazon beginning with “101 Things to…

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The World Wildlife Fund has succeeded in taking over the American Cattle Industry!

How in the world did this powerful anti-beef, anti-free enterprise, UN monster get control of our beef industry? The short answer is that a vast majority of the beef producers in the nation, as represented by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association are merely ignorant of the threat from the Sustainable policy
It is time to get UN-ignorant. You can count on me for passing along any pertinent developments that might come along. — jtl, 419
by Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center.

“Meat consumption is devastating some of the world’s most valuable and vulnerable regions, due to the vast amount of land needed to produce animal feed.”

That quote is from a report issued by the radical World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the top three most influential environmental groups in the world. For years the WWF has been working to force us to stop eating meat and replace it with Soy products. So what you say? Empty threat? Not going to happen? Then you had better listen to what I’m about to tell you. The World Wildlife Fund has succeeded in taking over the American Cattle Industry!           

  • They have created the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.
  • It comes with an endless list of rules to control how cattlemen are to operate – and those rules increase costs, and make it nearly impossible for small farmers to operate.
  • They have succeeded in getting the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to endorse the Roundtable’s crazy rules.
  • And the Roundtable now controls the beef packing industry which in turn controls the entire beef retail market. Cattlemen either toe the WWF dictates or are cut out of the industry.

The Roundtable plans come with a strict set of “principles” that are right out of Agenda 21. The “principles must be considered in their entirety.”

  • The rules take away the farmer’s right to control his own property. Instead, the farmer is forced to deal with the introduction of predators like wolves and bears. The WWF calls that “biological diversity.”
  • The rules disallow farmers to use water that runs through their own land –yet demand that the cattle be well fed and watered.
  • The rules even demand that the farmer provide “thermal comfort” – housing – for herds of hundreds or even thousands of cattle.
  • These rules ignore that fact that American cattlemen have always produced the highest grade of beef in the world – just by using a process that has been used by their forefathers for generations.

The real result of these rules isn’t to produce a better beef product – but to destroy small producers and drive the industry to the massive corporate farms that can afford to play ball with the World Wildlife Fund.

The World Wildlife Fund has openly stated its opposition to beef production.

They insist that to “Save the Earth it is demanded that we change human consumption habits away from beef.”

How in the world did this powerful anti-beef, anti-free enterprise, UN monster get control of our beef industry? The short answer is that a vast majority of the beef producers in the nation, as represented by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association are merely ignorant of the threat from the Sustainable policy. But there is a growing number of cattlemen who are starting to fight back. They know these policies are bad. The trouble is they are a small minority fighting a powerful monster. The leaders of their own industry are working to crush their opposition. They need help. I’m proud to say these desperate freedom fighter cattlemen have reached out to the American Policy Center and me to help them fight back.
Just a couple of months ago I spoke to their conference in Oklahoma to teach them the details they need to focus on to fight the radical World Wildlife Fund. I got a standing ovation.  Now I am working to prepare articles to help get their story out to the nation. I want to help these people in every way I can!
Americans must learn the truth that our national food supply is being targeted!   I need your financial support so I can be there for them. There are materials to produce to help them educate their fellow cattlemen. There is a lot of travel that must be done to meet with them first hand and conduct training.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume (Editor) 

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Song for Today: It Ain’t Easy Bein’ Easy by Janie Fricke (Live)

Today has been officially sanctioned as a “National Day of Mourning.” King George the Elder (and his son, the Bushlet) are carpetbaggers. I do not mourn for carpetbaggers much less One World carpetbaggers.

So, if the Fox News’ gushing is too much for you, tune in and enjoy Janie Fricke’s talents. — jtl, 419

The philosophy of the author (as well as the publisher) is that ranch management should be approached from the view that the land, the livestock, the people and the money are one—a single integrated whole. But once that is understood and constantly kept in mind, a close examination of each of these elements is permissible. Furthermore, due to the linear limitations of the written word, each of these management areas has to be treated separately. In keeping with that, Part I deals with the management of the natural resources. Part II covers livestock production and Part III deals with the people and the money. The book is a comprehensive source of information on all aspects of managing the working ranch. Not only would it make an excellent basic text for a university program in Ranch Management, no professional ranch manager’s reference bookshelf should be without it because it is a comprehensive reference manual for managing the working ranch. The information in the appendices alone is worth the price of the book. Read More.

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Beware the Useful Idiots

It is a constant source of frustration, pain and doubt for me to think that the government of the uSSA used to pay me to kill people who are just like the people (swamp rats) who control the uSSA government. And here is how they (slowly but progressively, not always choreographed but always toward collectivism) snuck in through the back door without having fired a shot. Indeed, as my wife put it, we were killing the wrong bunch of communists. It won’t happen again–this time the “useful idiots” will be among the first to go.

It used to be a mystery to me as to why guys like Pol Pot, Idi Amin, Nelson Mandela, et al, as a matter of course when they took over, killed off the “intellectuals” and “opinion molders” (as in teachers, university faculty and administrators, clergy, news reporters, entertainers, etc). That is no longer a mystery. It is perfectly clear as to why they would do something like that. — jtl 419

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Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewIt is a constant source of frustration, pain and doubt for me to think that the government of the uSSA used to pay me to kill people who are just like the people (swamp rats) who control the uSSA government. And here is how they (slowly but progressively, not always choreographed but always toward collectivism) snuck in through the back door without having fired a shot.  Indeed, as my wife put it, we were killing the wrong bunch of communists. It won’t happen again–this time the “useful idiots” will be among the first to go.

Combat Shooter's HandbookReconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteThe Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsIt used to be a mystery to me as to why guys like Pol Pot, Idi Amin, Nelson Mandela, et al, as a matter of course when they took over, killed off the “intellectuals” and “opinion molders” (as in teachers, university faculty and administrators, clergy, news reporters, entertainers, etc).   That is no longer a…

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Put the land first… and everything else will follow

With this setup their target for production was raised from 60,000 pounds per acre to between 120,000 and 160,000… In three years, Harper says, they have managed to increase annual beef production off the same 130 acres by 9,000 pounds with little-to-no extra work.

Another testimonial that supports the statement Land and Livestock International, Inc. makes at the very top of its home page:  First: The Bottom Line. Ranches that have converted from conventional management practices to our method have seen up to four fold increases in rangeland carrying capacity and increases in profits of up to 300%. — jtl, 419

By Kelly Sidoryk via – Canadian Cattlemen

When Brian Harper first witnessed high stock density or “mob” grazing, his reaction was “there is no way I am moving cattle two to three times a day.”Yet the beneficial impact on the land from this approach ultimately convinced Harper that it could fit into their operation.He had already seen an improvement when moving from continuous to rotational grazing. “Some of it was by accident in places where we had gathered cattle in a small space for a short time and then left it. The response of the grass was significant,” he recalls.

Their management philosophy based on improving the land led the Harpers to recently being awarded The Environment Sustainability Award (TESA) by the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association at the Canadian Beef Industry Conference in London, Ont.

Since the mid-’90s Brian and Sonja Harper, and children Thomas and Kristelle, have operated a perennial forage/rotational grazing system on their 500-acre operation in southwestern Manitoba, just outside of Brandon. The soil is light sandy/clay/loam. Along with the grazing strategy they had added water with offsite troughs and pipelines to better utilize the forage and planted over 5,000 trees. The objective was to keep the cattle on the land as long as possible.

In 2014 the Harpers had the opportunity to participate in a Commission for Environmental Co-operation (CEC), Ducks Unlimited, and Manitoba Forage and Grasslands Association project with Michael Thiele, grazing club co-ordinator. Neil Dennis from Wawota, Sask., was assigned as their mentor. Under his guidance the Harpers intensified their adaptive grazing, gathering benchmark data and monitoring their results. The goal was to focus on soil health.

The initial rotational grazing setup consisted of 16 eight-acre paddocks that the cattle moved through on four-day intervals. Using temporary poly wire fences, paddocks were further subdivided into one-acre parcels for a total number of 112 paddocks. With this setup their target for production was raised from 60,000 pounds per acre to between 120,000 and 160,000.

“With management of time and use of animal/stock density as a tool we are improving the water and nutrient cycles on our soils,” explains Harper.

They use a short graze of a few hours to a day followed by a 60- to 100-day recovery. Their aim is to graze about 50 per cent of the forage and have the cattle trample the remainder as cover and food for the soil. The deeper roots grown during a long recovery provide water infiltration into the soil profile resulting in less rainfall running off. “It is not about how much rainfall we receive, but how much can we retain,” says Harper.

Deeper roots also exude sugars into the soil providing the biological life forms with what they need to exist, he adds.

“High animal density also grows higher quality forage. Animal performance and health improves symbiotically with soil regeneration.”

They monitor the quality of the grass using a portable refractometer to take Brix measurements and noticed an improvement almost immediately. The Brix level indicates the amount of sugars in the plant.

In three years, Harper says, they have managed to increase annual beef production off the same 130 acres by 9,000 pounds with little-to-no extra work. They use automatic solar-powered Batt Latch gates that open at a pre-set time without anyone needing to be on hand.

Michael Thiele says the results the Harpers have achieved are impressive. They have increased soil carbon sequestration at a rate of 7.5 tons/acre/year and increased the level of beneficial bacteria and fungi, thus improving the ratio of fungi to bacteria in the soil. They increased the soil mineralization of nitrogen and phosphorus, and as a result, increased the amount and quality of the forage production. This in turn, produced more beef per acre and increased their profit level, all while improving the wildlife habitat on their farm. One bird study showed almost two times more species of birds and a five-fold increase in the bird population.

Harper’s 80-cow herd contains Devon, Lincoln Red and Shaver Beefblend genetics, three breeds with grass finishing genetics. He stresses the importance of the right type of genetics for their program. They market forage based breeding stock and are starting to market grass-finished beef direct to consumers. Their daughter Kristelle heads up the marketing side of this enterprise.

Bale grazing is their winter feeding strategy, moving the fence to give the cattle new feed every 21 days. Harper likes bale grazing because he feels that in addition to giving him more time for the things that matter during the winter, it also improves the land by working some litter, manure and urine back into the land.

The Harpers recently began incorporating cover crops into land regeneration management by inter-seeding into their pastures using a John Deere 1590 conservation drill. The seeding follows severe grazing at the beginning of the growing season to put some stress on the perennials and allow for establishment of the annuals which are seeded in the middle of June.

Due to extreme dry conditions this year the results have not been what they had hoped but they want to continue trying. Harper thinks a mix of oats and peas at a rate of 70 pounds per acre would be sufficient even though they used more species this year. This strategy provides options of grazing or harvesting a crop and enhances plant diversity.

Through their intensive grazing and continual quest for knowledge the Harpers were coming in contact with many holistic management (HM) practitioners. They attended some workshops and in 2015 took HM training from Don Campbell of Meadow Lake, Sask. Harper says he learned the financial and people side of an operation is important. “Managing the grass and cattle is the easy part. It’s the other two legs of the stool that are hard,” he adds. “Increased production while at the same time decreasing costs definitely helps the financial side of things.”

The results speak for themselves and Harper is excited about the prospects of not only improving but also building the soil. “We can build soil quicker from beneath than we can on top. Building organic matter is actually the decaying of biology below the soil surface. Feed the soil and everything gets better.

“I used to go into my pastures looking for the biggest calf and being proud of it, and now I am looking at the manure and trampling of the plants, realizing that cattle are just a tool. I look at a different set of livestock now, like the dung beetles.”

The environmental goal at Circle H is to continue building up the resilience of the land by increasing the amount of soil organic matter and improving nutrient and water cycles. “This is the tip of the iceberg of land regeneration,” Harper adds.

Options for Homeland Defense, Inc. (Protecting Liberty through Private Firearms Ownership) 

“Owning a handgun doesn’t make you armed any more than owning a guitar makes you a musician.” – Jeff Cooper

Call for a pizza, a cop, and an ambulance and see which one arrives first.

In Warren v. District of Columbia the court ruled, and the Supreme Court upheld, that “(T)he desire for condemnation cannot satisfy the need for a special relationship out of which a duty to specify persons arises.” Because the complaint did not allege a relationship “beyond that found in general police responses to crimes,” the court affirmed the dismissal of the complaint for failure to state a claim.

The bottom line is that your local police are not legally obligated to protect you, the average citizen. In addition to the Warren case, there are hundreds of court rulings which state that cops are not legally responsible for protecting individual citizens. For example, see Zelig v. County of Los Angeles.

The government can’t protect you as you saw on September 11, 2001 as well as during the Washington, DC area “sniper” rampage and the plethora of active shooter events that we have had since.

In fact, the government could very well be our greatest fear, due to its propensity to murder people because of their ideas (See Ruby Ridge, ID and Waco, TX).

A simple internet or youtube.com search of “the police state” or “police brutality” will reveal literally thousands of violent crimes (from assault to cold blooded murder) committed by the State’s costumed emissaries of officially sanctioned violence (aka The Police State) against harmless and innocent people.

So, who does that leave to protect you, your life, property and family? The one and only answer is: YOU It is your duty and personal responsibility to protect yourself and your loved ones.

This responsibility is a natural right given to us by God as human beings and guaranteed to us as individuals by the Constitution of the United States of America.

Options for Homeland Defense, Inc. offers professional weapons and tactics training that will make the difference. Instructed by experienced combat veterans—guys that have “been there and done that.” It offers private instruction at its privately owned range and mobile training teams are available. All interactions are confidential and discrete.

Contact: You can contact us via email at editor@flyover-press.com or through any of the contact or email links on our Web Site at www.flyover-press.com

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Song for Today: “Feels So Right” by Alabama

The philosophy of the author (as well as the publisher) is that ranch management should be approached from the view that the land, the livestock, the people and the money are one—a single integrated whole. But once that is understood and constantly kept in mind, a close examination of each of these elements is permissible. Furthermore, due to the linear limitations of the written word, each of these management areas has to be treated separately. In keeping with that, Part I deals with the management of the natural resources. Part II covers livestock production and Part III deals with the people and the money. The book is a comprehensive source of information on all aspects of managing the working ranch. Not only would it make an excellent basic text for a university program in Ranch Management, no professional ranch manager’s reference bookshelf should be without it because it is a comprehensive reference manual for managing the working ranch. The information in the appendices alone is worth the price of the book. Read More.

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The New World Order Presidents in their OWN words

The first time I ever heard the term “New World Order” it came off of the lips of King George the Elder–right after got home from Operation Desert Storm. — jtl, 419

 

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The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3) by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume (2014-04-01)The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3) Read More

 

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