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Clemency Decision Imminent For Oregon Ranchers Dwight & Steven Hammond?

This is very similar to the prosecution in the Bundy Ranch case who attempted multiple trials to convict ranchers and those who came to their aid against an armed federal army acting tyrannically against them.  That case against the Bundys … Continue reading

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Ranchers: The Bulls have It

“He’ll run right over you or anything else that is in his way.” … The power can be spectacular. Several years ago, we penned a bull “on the hook” in our Monterrey corral only to see him leave with fence … Continue reading

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Rancher Takes an Unconventional Path to Restoring His Land

via Chris Gill  at The Circle Ranch “Chris Gill, 72,  together with his family own Circle Ranch in far-West Texas. He thinks of the desert habitat, its flora and fauna, as a single system.” NOTE: this article was initially posted to … Continue reading

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Candidate for BLM director joins legal team in Snake River ranch dispute

Budd-Falen said she remains in consideration to be tapped by Trump to become the director of the BLM, which is a division of the U.S. Department of Interior under Secretary Ryan Zinke…  “I can’t say that moving to Washington (D.C.) … 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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Just How Much Did Cliven Bundy Actually Owe? See The Document For Yourself – It Wasn’t Millions

No, seriously, on(sic)ly the US government could think they could get away with something so ridiculous. And they do because they can. And they can only because their guns are bigger than ours. But at least they are kind enough … 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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Prosecutor: No formal agreement to conspire in refuge takeover, but a ‘meeting of the minds’

Neil Wampler, one of the defendants acquitted during the trial last fall, attended, and just before a lunch break, stood to address U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown. “I still haven’t gotten my property back,” Wampler told her. And probably … Continue reading

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Las Vegas Review-Journal Prosecutors confirm BLM shredded documents before Bunkerville standoff

I am anxious to see how a Trump administration will (or will not) handle this and other so-called “public lands” issues. — jtl, 419 By JEFF GERMAN of the Las Vegas Review-Journal By JEFF GERMAN of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNALBureau … Continue reading

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New research finds that global warming is intensifying wildfires

The federal agency, which manages 193m acres (78m hectares) of forest, will plead once again for more funding from Congress, in the wake of a devastating 2015 that saw record swaths of forest engulfed in flames. I’ve got a better … Continue reading

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