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Move the headquarters of federal land agencies West

When your own ox is being gored it gets your attention. From: The Elko Daily Free Press Head ’em up, move ’em out. There has been a lot of talk since the Trump administration has taken over about where to … Continue reading

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Grazing fees to drop by 25 percent this year

Fifty percent of the collected grazing fees deposited into the U.S. Treasury are returned to the Range Betterment Fund for on-the-ground range improvement projects. Portions of collected fees are also returned to the states for use in the counties where … Continue reading

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Federal Agencies Work To Fulfill Karl Marx’s Vision

Range Magazine for the Fall of 2014 carried an article by Julian Stone which noted: “The feds will not be satisfied until they have control of all private property–and not only in the America West.” My generation became of age during … Continue reading

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Hammond Ranches, Incorporated continues to be denied grazing permit on BLM-administered land

Maupin said neighbors quietly support the Hammonds. “People think it’s a complete travesty.” But some are afraid to speak out. “I think people are worried about retribution from the government. Lot’s of people have refuge permits. They are hesitant to … Continue reading

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Major Federal Land Grab Thwarted: Victory for the Constitution

It is heartening when Truth and Justice win out. Indeed it is. But we can’t let it make us complacent. — jtl, 419 by: David Whitney  via The Sons of Liberty Media When a people lose their moral compass – … Continue reading

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Zinke says science is key to agency shake-up. Is he sincere?

by Brittany Patterson, E&E News reporter via THE WESTERNER When Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke launched a massive reorganization of the department last week, he said good science would help him chart the changes. But former officials are raising questions about … Continue reading

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Review-Journal asks judge to unseal Bundy docs, hearings

“Secret justice is no justice at all,” Review-Journal Managing Editor Glenn Cook said. “The federal system’s preference for closed doors and sealed documents has eroded public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the courts. Openness is the only way … Continue reading

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Las Vegas judge hints at mistrial in Bunkerville standoff case

…after the judge read through a long list of documents, witness names and other information that she said government prosecutors did not provide to defendants in a timely fashion…That failure to disclose details that could benefit Bundy, sons Ammon and … Continue reading

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FINALLY! President Trump Kicks Off The Rollback Of National Monument Abuse

This will make hard-pressed local communities more competitive by allowing grazing, logging, commercial fishing and, in some cases, mineral development. That is only if they can figure out how to drain the Deep State Swamp that calls itself “land management … Continue reading

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Cliven Bundy’s Trial Begins: Will Freedom Ring? Why The Stakes Are So High

“There is a serious amount of government overreach in general and especially here in Nevada when it comes to our lands,” says John Moore, a former libertarian state legislator, and Bundy family friend. “I’m a firm believer that it’s the … Continue reading

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