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EPA’s punitive, fraudulent clean power plan

That will hammer everything we make, grow, ship, eat and do. It will impair our livelihoods, living standards, liberties and life spans. And these destructive rules are being imposed by callous, imperious, unelected, unaccountable federal bureaucrats who are circumventing our … Continue reading

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The Romance And Reality Of Federal Lands – Part 2 of 5

In the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976, Congress finally admitted in law what was otherwise clear in practice: federal policy is to retain ownership of existing federal lands. This, coupled with new efforts to limit or deny … Continue reading

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Congress sides with Ranchers -Passes Key Provisions that Benefit Western Communities

Those of us who are convinced that any society could and would function better without the state apparatus of coercion are generally opposed to any type of government interventionism–it always has unintended consequences. But, as a practical matter, we are always … Continue reading

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White House Unveils $100B “Climate” Schemes, Mocks Congress

I wish somebody would put an eye roll button on this thing. Sigh… — jtl by  Alex Newman via The New American The Obama White House, working with a taskforce of alarmist “leaders” from across the country, unveiled the latest chapter … Continue reading

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Western Ranchers Defend Big Victory in Grazing Battle

Well, you get a break every now and then. Ou rah! — jtl via Fairfield Sun Times DENVER —  Two ranching organizations, an Arizona ranch, and an Arizona rancher at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today defended … Continue reading

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No Money For SD Ranchers?

This illustrates one (of many) reason why America will never be free again. Everybody wants everyone else’s ox gored but wants his left alone. That is why we call “elections” advanced auctions of the stolen merchandise. — jtl by Amanda Radke in BEEF … Continue reading

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We Can’t Afford Not To!

“(There is) more than $150 trillion in mineral value…including ‘more recoverable oil than the rest of the world combined’ locked up in federally controlled lands.” Face it folks, with the FedGov claiming title to 65% of the 11 western  states … Continue reading

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Public Lands Held In Trust

If Congress could unilaterally alter or diminish the very terms of statehood, states would cease to be states and would become mere administrative subdivisions of an all-powerful national government. As you will read below, the issue goes all the way … Continue reading

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Why? Why the difference?

via The American Lands Council After more than a year of travelling the United States and educating thousands on the Transfer of Public Lands legislation, we never cease to be amazed at how many people just assume that the states have … Continue reading

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