Tag Archives: private property rights on public lands

Calling environmentalists an “enemy to humans,” Bundy Ranch son speaks in Modesto

And he is absolutely right! Radical environmentalism is just another segment of (front for) the Culture War. It is one of the credentials of the average libtard who wants us all to “live happily ever after” in the Giant Global … Continue reading

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Defense lawyers concerned about secret jailhouse recordings in Bunkerville standoff case

“Denying Mr. Payne the ability to speak confidentially with counsel threatens a violation of his Sixth Amendment right to the effective assistance of counsel,” the lawyers wrote. What the hell ever happened to due process and the rule of law? … Continue reading

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Ammon Bundy testifies how Bunkerville shaped his views in Harney County

During Bundy’s testimony, the judge also had to instruct Bundy not to read from the pocket Constitution in the left pocket of his jail shirt or to recite Scripture. When will enough be enough? I don’t know but I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Events that led up to the confrontation at the Bundy Ranch

Friends, I recently discussed the events that led up to our confrontation at Bundy Ranch with the BLM on the Western Freedom Forum podcast. I explain in detail what grazing ‘rights’ are and how they are established and how the … Continue reading

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Will public-lands ranchers pay more for grazing?

 An Obama administration proposal would more than double fees. If you know any public land ranchers, let them know about this (they probably already do) and ask them what you can do to help. What the public land morons don’t … Continue reading

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Reports from the Front Lines

I was “slumming” around the web (browsing around on enviro-wacko sites) and came across this. It is a really fun little read documenting how “public” land users have expressed their frustrations with the government land (miss) managers.  There are two kinds … 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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HB148, the Transfer of Public Lands Act

Recently the S.J. Quinney College of Law put out a paper claiming that UT’s HB148, the Transfer of Public Lands Act, doesn’t have any legal merit.  Apparently, they forgot to do their homework.Click on the image below and listen in … Continue reading

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Battling For, Not Against

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View edited by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume Is now available in both PAPERBACK and Kindle Murray N. Rothbard was the father of what some call Radical Libertarianism or Anarcho-Capitalism which Hans-Hermann Hoppe described as … Continue reading

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Forest Service says media needs photography permit in wilderness areas, alarming First Amendment advocates

Once you think you have seen or heard it all in the realm of rabid insanity, have faith. The FedGov will soon prove you wrong. — jtl, 419 First Amendment advocates are alarmed by a U.S. Forest Service policy requiring … Continue reading

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