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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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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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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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How Many People Can Planet Earth Sustain?

…market prices… give private owners the proper incentives to balance current consumption against future uses, even for nonrenewable resources. It is, in fact, democratically elected government officials who are myopic, since their control over such resources is fleeting. This is … Continue reading

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The Free Market is Solving the GMO Problem

This story is a marvelous example of consumer preferences encouraging producers to change their behavior, without any government intervention. Markets work – when we let them. I hate to be one to say “I told you so” but I did. … Continue reading

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