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  • Executive Trump Orders Power to the People

    Executive Trump Orders Power to the People

    The bottom line…

    We the hard working American voters, elected  Donald J. Trump and gave him the power as President of the United States of America,  to flip the establishments top down government, upside down, and by Executive Order Trump is giving the Power back to to the American People, constitutionally right side up.

    The President of the United States manages the operations of the Executive branch of Government through Executive orders.

    The Office of the Federal Register numbers each order consecutively as part of a series, and publishes it in the daily Federal Register shortly after receipt.

    EXECUTIVE ORDERS BY NUMBER  NEEDS TO BE UPDATED. THE MOST CURRENT IS  FROM APRIL 21, 2017  EO 13765 through EO 13789 CAN BE FOUND BELOW

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    2017 Donald Trump Executive Orders

    Executive Orders

    Executive Order on April 26, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing Statutory Prohibitions on Federal Control of Education

    Executive Order on April 26, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on the Review of Designations Under the Antiquities Act

    Executive Order on April 25, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Promoting Agriculture and Rural Prosperity in America

    Executive Order on April 21, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Identifying and Reducing Tax Regulatory Burdens

    Executive Order on April 18, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American

    Executive Order on March 31, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Establishing Enhanced Collection and Enforcement of Antidumping and Countervailing Duties and Violations of Trade and Customs Laws

    Executive Order on March 31, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Providing an Order of Succession Within the Department of Justice

    Executive Order on March 31, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order Regarding the Omnibus Report on Significant Trade Deficits

    Executive Order on March 29, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order Establishing the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis

    Executive Order on March 28, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth

    Executive Order on March 27, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on the Revocation of Federal Contracting Executive Orders

    Executive Order on March 13, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on a Comprehensive Plan for Reorganizing the Executive Branch

    Executive Order on March 06, 2017

    Executive Order Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States

    Executive Order on February 28, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on The White House Initiative to Promote Excellence and Innovation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Executive Order on February 28, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Restoring the Rule of Law, Federalism, and Economic Growth by Reviewing the “Waters of the United States” Rule

    Executive Order on February 24, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda

    Executive Order on February 09, 2017

    Providing an Order of Succession Within the Department of Justice

    Executive Order on February 09, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Enforcing Federal Law with Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and Preventing International Trafficking

    Executive Order on February 09, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Preventing Violence Against Federal, State, Tribal, and Local Law Enforcement Officers

    Executive Order on February 09, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on a Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety

    Executive Order on February 03, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Core Principles for Regulating the United States Financial System

    Executive Order on January 30, 2017

    Presidential Executive Order on Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs

    Executive Order on January 28, 2017

    Executive Order: ETHICS COMMITMENTS BY EXECUTIVE BRANCH APPOINTEES

    Executive Order on January 27, 2017

    EXECUTIVE ORDER: PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES

    Executive Order on January 25, 2017

    Executive Order: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements

    Executive Order on January 25, 2017

    Executive Order: Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States

    Executive Order on January 24, 2017

    Executive Order Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals For High Priority Infrastructure Projects

    Executive Order on January 20, 2017

    Executive Order Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal

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    APRIL 21, 2017 EXECUTIVE ORDERS BY THE NUMBER

    EO 13765 through EO 13789.

    The President of the United States manages the operations of the Executive branch of Government through Executive orders. After the President signs an Executive order, the White House sends it to the Office of the Federal Register (OFR).
    The Office of the Federal Register (OFR) numbers each order consecutively as part of a series, and publishes it in the daily Federal Register shortly after receipt.

    THE NUMBERS NEED TO BE UPDATE ….

    In 2017, Donald Trump published 25 executive orders, from EO 13765 through EO 13789.

    Donald Trump

    Donald Trump issued 25 executive orders between 2017 and 2017.

    • 2017 EO 13765 – EO 13789 25

     

    These 25 executive orders can be downloaded in CSV/Excel and JSON formats. More information about our APIs and other developer tools can be found on our developer pages.

    2017 DONALD TRUMP EXECUTIVE ORDER DISPOSITION TABLE

    EO 13789:

    Identifying and Reducing Tax Regulatory Burdens

    Signed:

    04/21/2017

    Published:

    04/26/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 19317

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-08586

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13788:

    Buy American and Hire American

    Signed:

    04/18/2017

    Published:

    04/21/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 18837

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-08311

    PDF

    3 pages

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    EO 13787:

    Providing an Order of Succession Within the Department of Justice

    Signed:

    03/31/2017

    Published:

    04/05/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 16723

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06971

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13786:

    Omnibus Report on Significant Trade Deficits

    Signed:

    03/31/2017

    Published:

    04/05/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 16721

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06968

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13785:

    Establishing Enhanced Collection and Enforcement of Antidumping and Countervailing Duties and Violations of Trade and Customs Laws

    Signed:

    03/31/2017

    Published:

    04/05/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 16719

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06967

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13784:

    Establishing the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis

    Signed:

    03/29/2017

    Published:

    04/03/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 16283

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06716

    PDF

    3 pages

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    EO 13783:

    Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth

    Signed:

    03/28/2017

    Published:

    03/31/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 16093

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06576

    PDF

    5 pages

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    EO 13782:

    Revocation of Federal Contracting Executive Orders

    Signed:

    03/27/2017

    Published:

    03/30/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 15607

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-06382

    PDF

    1 page

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    EO 13781:

    Comprehensive Plan for Reorganizing the Executive Branch

    Signed:

    03/13/2017

    Published:

    03/16/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 13959

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-05399

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13780:

    Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States

    Signed:

    03/06/2017

    Published:

    03/09/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 13209

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-04837

    PDF

    11 pages

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    EO 13779:

    White House Initiative To Promote Excellence and Innovation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Signed:

    02/28/2017

    Published:

    03/03/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 12499

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-04357

    PDF

    4 pages

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    EO 13778:

    Restoring the Rule of Law, Federalism, and Economic Growth by Reviewing the “Waters of the United States” Rule

    Signed:

    02/28/2017

    Published:

    03/03/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 12497

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-04353

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13777:

    Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda

    Signed:

    02/24/2017

    Published:

    03/01/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 12285

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-04107

    PDF

    3 pages

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    EO 13776:

    Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety

    Signed:

    02/09/2017

    Published:

    02/14/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 10699

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-03118

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13775:

    Providing an Order of Succession Within the Department of Justice

    Signed:

    02/09/2017

    Published:

    02/14/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 10697

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-03116

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13774:

    Preventing Violence Against Federal, State, Tribal, and Local Law Enforcement Officers

    Signed:

    02/09/2017

    Published:

    02/14/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 10695

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-03115

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13773:

    Enforcing Federal Law With Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and Preventing International Trafficking

    Signed:

    02/09/2017

    Published:

    02/14/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 10691

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-03113

    PDF

    3 pages

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    EO 13772:

    Core Principles for Regulating the United States Financial System

    Signed:

    02/03/2017

    Published:

    02/08/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 9965

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02762

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13771:

    Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs

    Signed:

    01/30/2017

    Published:

    02/03/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 9339

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02451

    PDF

    3 pages

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    EO 13770:

    Ethics Commitments by Executive Branch Appointees

    Signed:

    01/28/2017

    Published:

    02/03/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 9333

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02450

    PDF

    6 pages

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    EO 13769:

    Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States

    Signed:

    01/27/2017

    Published:

    02/01/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 8977

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02281

    PDF

    6 pages

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    EO 13768:

    Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States

    Signed:

    01/25/2017

    Published:

    01/30/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 8799

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02102

    PDF

    5 pages

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    EO 13767:

    Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements

    Signed:

    01/25/2017

    Published:

    01/30/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 8793

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02095

    PDF

    5 pages

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    EO 13766:

    Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals for High Priority Infrastructure Projects

    Signed:

    01/24/2017

    Published:

    01/30/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 8657

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-02029

    PDF

    2 pages

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    EO 13765:

    Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal

    Signed:

    01/20/2017

    Published:

    01/24/2017

    FR Citation:

    82 FR 8351

    FR Doc. Number:

    2017-01799

    PDF

    2 pages

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    2017 Donald Trump Executive Order Disposition Table

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    The bottom line…

    We the hard working American voters, elected  Donald J. Trump and gave him the power as President of the United States of America,  to flip the establishments top down government, upside down, and by Executive Order Trump is giving the Power back to to the American People, constitutionally right side up.


  • EPA – BLM We Crucify Them

    EPA – BLM We Crucify Them

    APR 25, 2012  EPA’S “PHILOSOPHY OF ENFORCEMENT,” SAID EPA’S REGION VI ADMINISTRATOR AL ARMENDARIZ,

     IS “KIND OF LIKE HOW THE ROMANS USED TO CONQUER LITTLE VILLAGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: THEY’D GO INTO LITTLE TURKISH TOWNS SOMEWHERE, THEY’D FIND THE FIRST FIVE GUYS THEY’D RUN INTO, AND THEY’D CRUCIFY THEM.”

    “THAT TOWN WAS REALLY EASY TO MANAGE FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS,” ARMENDARIZ ADDED.

    (video and text below)

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    A 2014-2017 A GLIMPSE OF THE OBAMA AGENDA EPA- BLM GOVERNMENT PHILOSOPHY OF ENFORCEMENT “POLICY” HAS TURNED INTO? THE GOVERNMENT RULE. IN LITTLE VILLAGES, IN LITTLE TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    INCLUDING THE BRUTAL TACTICS EMPLOYED BY THE EPA- BLM  TO INTIMIDATE ITS FOES INTO SUBMISSION.

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    THOSE ENTRUSTED WITH POWER HAVE, IN TIME, AND BY SLOW OPERATIONS, PERVERTED IT INTO TYRANNY….

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    Feb 19, 2017 The good news is….

    Scott Pruitt Confirmed and Sworn in as EPA Administrator | U.S. EPA …

    https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/scottpruitt-confirmed-and-swornepaadministrator

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    Moving forward, with the Trump Agenda and Policy, American Citizens shall  not be crucified into submission by brutal tactics, by any U.S. government agency. period

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    ARMENDARIZ’S COMMENTS, APR 25, 2012 ,INHOFE SAID, “GIVE US A RARE GLIMPSE OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION’S TRUE AGENDA.

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    FOLLOWING THE EPA’S 2012  “PHILOSOPHY OF ENFORCEMENT” AND THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION POLICY AGENDA,

    THE  BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) WENT TO THE BUNDY RANCH IN 2014, THEY  FOUND THE FIRST SIX  GUYS THEY RAN INTO….

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    Just saying…EPA  down and one to go….

    The U.S. Senate goes on a week-long break starting this weekend, so a vote on/for DOI  (BLM) Zinke’s nomination likely won’t occur until the Senate returns, the week of Feb. 27.

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    AND THE (BLM) CREATED AN ARMED STANDOFF WITH AMERICAN CITIZENS.

    THEN, THE  BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) WENT TO THE MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE,

    WHERE THE “OREGON STATE POLICE ” EVENTUALLY SHOT LAVOY FINCUM THREE TIMES IN THE BACK

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    APR 25, 2012  IS “KIND OF LIKE HOW THE ROMANS USED TO CONQUER LITTLE VILLAGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: THEY’D GO INTO LITTLE TURKISH TOWNS SOMEWHERE, THEY’D FIND THE FIRST FIVE GUYS THEY’D RUN INTO, AND THEY’D CRUCIFY THEM.”

    “THAT TOWN WAS REALLY EASY TO MANAGE FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS,” ARMENDARIZ ADDED.

    THE BRUTAL TACTICS EMPLOYED BY THE ANCIENT ROMAN ARMY TO INTIMIDATE ITS FOES INTO SUBMISSION.

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    THEIR LEADER THE MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE WAS AMMON BUNDY, WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE 2014 BUNDY STANDOFF AT HIS FATHER’S NEVADA RANCH

    A 2014-2017 GLIMPSE OF THE OBAMA AGENDA EPA- BLM GOVERNMENT PHILOSOPHY OF ENFORCEMENT Etal. “POLICY” HAS TURNED IN TO IS THE GOVERNMENT RULE.

    IN LITTLE VILLAGES IN LITTLE TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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    AND “THEY” ARE STILL IN THE PROCESS OF CRUCIFYING THE SIX GUYS THEY RAN INTO AT THE BUNDY RANCH IN 2014…..

    Las Vegas trial starts for 6 in Bundy ranch standoff | The Spokesman …

    www.spokesman.com/…/2017/feb/09/las-vegas-trial-starts-for-6-in-bundy-ranch-stan…

    Feb 9, 2017 – Trial opened Thursday in Las Vegas for six people accused of illegally … on trial at the federal courthouse gather Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, in Las Vegas. … for trial in May for Cliven Bundy, sons Ryan and Ammon Bundy and two …

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    VIDEO: EPA Official Compares Agency Enforcement to Roman …

    blog.heritage.org/…/video-epa-official-compares-agency-enforcement-to-roman-cruci…

    APR 25, 2012 – Armendariz’s comments, Inhofe said, “give us a rare glimpse of the Obama … is to go into the EPA offices, find the first five guys we run into, and crucify them. … How dare Obama AND HIS government side with ignorance and …

    A video surfaced on Wednesday showing a regional administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency comparing his agency’s philosophy with respect to regulation of oil and gas companies to brutal tactics employed by the ancient Roman army to intimidate its foes into submission.

    EPA’s “philosophy of enforcement,” said EPA’s Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz, is “kind of like how the Romans used to conquer little villages in the Mediterranean: they’d go into little Turkish towns somewhere, they’d find the first five guys they’d run into, and they’d crucify them.”

    “That town was really easy to manage for the next few years,” Armendariz added.

    His comments are indicative of the “EPA’s war on fossil fuels,” claimed Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) in a news release on Wednesday.

    Inhofe reiterated the remarks in a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday afternoon. ARMENDARIZ’S COMMENTS, INHOFE SAID, “GIVE US A RARE GLIMPSE OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION’S TRUE AGENDA.” The region over which Armendariz has authority includes Inhofe’s home state of Oklahoma.

    “IT’S ONE THING TO CREATE REGULATORY CERTAINTY AND FINE OR PUNISH A COMPANY FOR BREAKING THE LAW,” NOTED HERITAGE’S NICK LORIS IN REACTION TO THE VIDEO, “BUT IT’S ANOTHER TO TARGET A SPECIFIC INDUSTRY AND CREATE A REGULATORY STRANGLEHOLD on America’s access to affordable and reliable energy.”

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    THOSE ENTRUSTED WITH POWER HAVE, IN TIME, AND BY SLOW OPERATIONS, PERVERTED IT INTO TYRANNY….

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    The bottom line…..

    Moving forward, with the Trump Agenda and Policy, American Citizens shall  not be crucified into submission by brutal tactics, by any U.S. government agency. period

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    to be continued…

     The 7000 Liberal SES Sabotaging  Pres. Trump

    THERE IS NO PLACE IN THEAMERICA GOVERNMENT FOR THE (SES) FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE AGENCY OR ITS UN-ELECTED EMPLOYEES THAT SABOTAGE, DELIBERATELY ATTEMPT TO DESTROY, DAMAGE, OR OBSTRUCT  THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HIS ADMINISTRATION FOR POLITICAL ADVANTAGE.


  • Trump Jr Human Toll Issues – WA DC Edicts

    Donald Trump Jr has been informed of the issues.

    Toni Webb’s  issues are…  THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY FEDERAL CONTROL IN JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON

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    February 13, 2016

    Toni Webb meets with Donald Trump Jr to discuss Timber Issues and Land Ownership.

    Donald Trump Jr with Toni Web

    The bottom line from Toni…

    We would appreciate the support of Presidential Candidate Donald Trump for the transfer of our lands from federal mismanagement. We need your help to prevent further loss and to reverse the losses that have plunged our county into poverty. Whichever candidate emerges from the Presidential race, we will be looking to support the candidate who will be in favor of transferring the control of public lands to the states. If you want to Make America Great Again, start with Josephine County and help us help ourselves.

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    The bottom line from Pearl Rains Hewett

    If you want to Make America Great Again

    VOTE FOR DONALD J. TRUMP

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    From Toni…

    TO: Presidential Candidate Donald Trump & Donald Trump, Jr.

    Gentlemen:

    Thank you for reaching out to the American Lands Council to learn more about our position on the necessity of federal land transfer to the States and the divesting of that land. I have come from Josephine County, Oregon, to attend this meeting with Donald Trump Jr.

    text continues below..

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    I sent this email June 11, 2016

    Dear Toni,

    February 26, 2016 Toni Webb’s  story is here… OREGON CANDIDATE EXPOSES SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY FEDERAL CONTROL IN JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON

    BLM Bureau of Land Mismanagement

    Posted on February 29, 2016 9:33 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    Word gets around in cyberspace

    THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY (WA DC Edicts) FEDERAL CONTROL, THREE COUNTIES,  THREE STATE, SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF –  CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON And JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON

    Liz and I both saw this … As the history of our three counties in three different states. Washington State, Oregon and Calif. Liz Bowen is from Siskiyou County, Calif. Pie N Politics Pearl Rains Hewett is from Clallam County WA

    The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

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    Toni’s  text continued…

    Because of federal land-taking, we now have a broken county with a median household income less than the State of Mississippi. My father owned a sawmill here in the 1940’s; anyone who wanted to work could easily find a job. In the 1960’s, Josephine County had 53 sawmills; the revenue for Public Safety was around $18 million per year. Josephine County, Oregon, has relied on the use of our natural resources for Public Safety, Education, and necessary Public Projects. We now live under the constant threat of having to close the jail; and this July we will receive our last congressional subsidy of $4.3 million. Use of our resources has declined to the point that we are now an impoverished county largely dependent on welfare and government social services.

    Yesterday—the last remaining sawmill in our county closed indefinitely because they could not get enough logs to fill orders. We’ve gone from 19 sheriff’s patrols to a budget for only three patrols by this summer. Our County government laid off 127 people in 2012; 90 of those people were in the Sheriff’s Department.

    All promises from the Federal government to Josephine County have been broken. The government has not honored its commitment in the 1937 O&C Act, and the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service have reduced the timber harvests for two decades.

    The BLM and Forest Service close vital roads throughout the county, so that we can’t put out forest fires. Those agencies then refuse to let us log the burnt areas and derive some income from the catastrophe. Management of our lands by Washington, DC, has proved to be a disaster to our county, both in terms of revenue for necessary services and in terms of modern forest management practices for sustainability.

    The EPA runs roughshod over our private and public lands; overly-zealous environmental activists derive much of their income from government grants. Environmental groups consistently portray logging as environmentally-destructive “clear-cutting”, when in fact, timber companies in Oregon are well-known for responsible, sustainable forest management.

    With this loss of use of our land to generate revenue and provide jobs come many of the predictable social problems, as indicated on the following page: drug abuse, health problems, rise in student dropout rate, children living in poverty, increased homelessness, and reliance on welfare subsidies. This is the result of not having control and benefit of our county land.

     Poverty in Josephine County has reached the point that we cannot pass a property tax levy to fund public safety. Having bare bones public safety negatively impacts our ability to retain and attract businesses and qualified workers.

    We would appreciate the support of Presidential Candidate Donald Trump for the transfer of our lands from federal mismanagement. We need your help to prevent further loss and to reverse the losses that have plunged our county into poverty. Whichever candidate emerges from the Presidential race, we will be looking to support the candidate who will be in favor of transferring the control of public lands to the states. If you want to Make America Great Again, start with Josephine County and help us help ourselves.

    Thank you and Best Wishes,
    Toni Webb

    Josephine County, Oregon, population: 84,000   Area: 1,642 sq. miles

    68% of Public Land is controlled by the Federal Government

    • Out-migration of younger population, who cannot find work.
    • Influx of seniors, largely from out-of-state, attracted by the low property tax ($.58 per thousand in the county, outside the City of Grants Pass).
    • 24% of the county population is over 65 years old.
    • 30% of children in Josephine County live in poverty; 20% of adults 18-64 live below the poverty line.
    • 65% of the children eligible for free/reduced cost lunches.
    • Increased homelessness and reliance on welfare subsidies.

    Drug abuse – #1 in Oregon for Rx drug abuse (seniors selling Opioids to supplement income). Rampant heroin, methamphetamine drug use. Approximately 125 babies born each year at hospital with drug addiction. read more…

    High school dropouts – 30-36% dropout rate throughout county. Misuse of funds allocated to school district. Dropout rate has not changed in 30 years. read more…

    Unemployment – 11%, estimated to be 20% in 18-30 age group. Rise in young people working part-time and growing marijuana. Largest % employers: schools, health care, and social assistance. read more…

    County Health Ranking: 29th out of 33 counties in Oregon. High level of obesity-44% of adult population has chronic high blood cholesterol. 23% of children, grades 1-3, have rampant tooth decay; 62% of lower income children have at least one cavity.

    Along with those who have become acutely aware, I agree that we cannot wait any longer for an outside entity to create local jobs and meaningful careers. We have created the nonprofit Josephine County Economic Development Alliance.

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    Along with those who have become acutely aware,

    June 11, 2016 Word gets around in cyberspace

    New post on Pie N Politics

     

    Human toll of Washington D.C. edicts — especially Siskiyou Co.

    by Liz Bowen

    PNP comment: The below info was recently brought to our attention by Pearl Hewett in Clallam County, Washington, who stated her county has the same problems as Siskiyou in California and Josephine Co. in Oregon. Below is the link to Pearl’s webpage connecting the dots. Also, a BIG thank you to our local KARE Assoc. for putting these facts together. They have followed and documented the destruction to the environment by the Greenies and government for more than 25 years! — Editor Liz Bowen

    http://www.behindmyback.org/2016/06/10/the-human-toll-of-wa-dc-edicts-2012-2016/

     From KARE, Klamath Alliance for Resources and Environment in Siskiyou County, CA.

    The Human Toll in Siskiyou County

    Siskiyou County has been hard hit by the environmental movement during the past twenty years. Time and again, we are promised that tourism will rise and offset any damage to our resource driven economy, and yet those dollars refuse to materialize. For 20 years, timber has been excluded from our national forests (see this shocking graph) which consume nearly two thirds of our entire county. Mining has been all but eliminated, agriculture (the largest remaining industry in this county) and now KS Wild has the temerity to claim that our county will be better off with another 200,000 acres (of 600,000 total) of timberland locked up in some “climate refuge?” Next time somebody trots out that line, give them some of these demographic statistics:

    Unemployment, July 2011

    (State wide data by county: PDF file)

    California: 12.4%

    Siskiyou Co: 16.6%

    Shasta Co: 15.0%

    Modoc Co: 13.9%

    Humboldt Co: 11.9%

    LA Co: 13.3%

    Sacramento Co: 12.9%

    San Franscsco Co: 9.0%

    Siskiyou County 2010 Snapshot

    (PDF file)

    Population: around 48,000

    The median age of the population is 43

    36% of the population is employed

    Unemployment is 18.5%

    Median Household Income $35,692 ($59,928 for CA)

    28% of households have children under 18 (46% USA)

    18% of the population lives below the poverty line (13% CA)

    27% of children live below the poverty line (18.5% CA)

    18% of the population is eligible for food stamps

    22% are eligible for Medi-Cal programs (18% CA)

    Substantiation of Child Abuse and Neglect 31.7 per 1,000 ( 9/1,000 for CA)

    Siskiyou Co. has higher rates of all violent crime (aggravated assaults, forcible rape and robbery) except homicide than Los Angeles Co. 11% of Seniors aged 60 and above have been abused.

    Methamphetamine accounts for 44% of substance abuse treatment admissions. Roughly 11.9 percent of adolescents under 18 reported binge drinking over the past month (CA 6.6 percent.)

    Of youth between age 10-17 admitted for treatment, 72% were for marijuana, 17% methamphetamine, and 11% alcohol. 83% were male. This age group also accounts for 13% of drug-related arrests.

    Individuals between 25 and 34 years account for 25 percent of admissions to alcohol and drug treatment. This age group also accounts for 22 percent of drug related arrests

    Individuals between 35 and 44 years accounts for 27 percent of alcohol-related arrests

    Twenty Year Trends

    (PDF file)

    Demographic Trends — Age distribution: The census indicates that between 1990 and 2008, Siskiyou County experienced a 25% loss in the population of children under the age of 18. The County saw a 45% increase in the population age 45-64 and an 18% increase of those age 65 and older. This shows that our population is aging dramatically, and younger family wage earners are migrating elsewhere.

    Income Trends; The BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis) indicates that in 1987, the average wage for jobs in Siskiyou County were 73% of the California average. There was a steady decline down to as low as 57% in the year 2000, then the percentage stabilized at 61 % with an increase to 63% in 2008. This shows that our wages are depressed, not keeping pace with inflation and the rest of the state.

    Unemployment — The EDD statistics indicate that from 1990-2009, the highest rates of unemployment occurred in individual months in 1991-1993 (19.3-21.1%.) The average rate of unemployment for 1991 was 13.2, for 1992 — 15.8 and for 1993 -15.6. This high rate likely reflects the closure of the four timber mills in Siskiyou County between 1989-1999. The rate of unemployment then very gradually decreased each year until it plateaued around 2001 -2007 at 8-9.5% It climbed to an average of 10.2% in 2008 and was at 15.8% average in 2009.

    Median Household Income The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, the median household income of Siskiyou County residents was $22,077. This was 66% of the California median, (down $11,000 from the CA median.) In 2008, the Siskiyou County median was $36,823. It had decreased to 60% of the California median, (down $24,000 from the CA median household income.) Siskiyou County ranks 51 out of 58 California Counties in median income.

    Poverty Rates — The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, 14.4% of Siskiyou County residents lived below the poverty line. This was 1.7% higher than the poverty rate for California in general. In 1989, 23.5% of children under 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This was 2.2% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 16.4% of all residents in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 3.1% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 25.4% of children under the age of 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. That is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 6.9% greater than the California rate.

    Summary Comment: Siskiyou County is an aging county. A large percentage of children in the county live in poverty and this is getting worse. Average wages are poor compared to the rest of California and getting worse. The household median income in the County has historically lagged far behind that of California and is getting worse. Unemployment has always been substantially higher than California in general. After stabilizing from high employment in the aftermath of mill closures and Forest Service layoffs, unemployment has substantially increased in the past two years and is climbing. It is currently 15.6% (May 2010.) The well-being of a substantial number of Siskiyou County residents is depressed and trending downward.

    Liz Bowen | June 11, 2016 at 8:38 am | Categories: Agenda 21 & Sustainable, Agriculture, CORRUPTION, CRIMINAL, Endangered Species Act, Federal gov & land grabs | URL: http://wp.me/p13fnu-6HU

    The bottom line

    From Pearl Rains Hewett Trump campaign chair for Clallam County

    If you want to Make America Great Again

    VOTE YES FOR DONALD J. TRUMP


  • The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

    2012 TWO COUNTIES – same problem – water and land use REGULATIONS

    SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF –  CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON

    WHAT HAVE OUR COUNTY’S GOT IN COMMON?

     WATER AND LAND USE REGULATIONS AND LITIGATION ARE DESTROYING US.

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    2016  THREE  COUNTIES – same problem – water and land use REGULATIONS

    FEBRUARY 26, 2016  THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY (WA DC Edicts) FEDERAL CONTROL, THREE COUNTIES,  THREE STATE, SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF –  CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON And JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON CAUSED BY THE….

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    THIS IS A MUST READ FIRST

    BLM Bureau of Land Mismanagement

    Posted on February 29, 2016 9:33 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    February 26, 2016 Toni Webb’s  story is here… OREGON CANDIDATE EXPOSES SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY FEDERAL CONTROL IN JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON

    Liz and I both saw this … As the history of our three counties in three different states. Washington State, Oregon and Calif. Liz Bowen is from Siskiyou County, Calif. Pie N Politics Pearl Rains Hewett is from Clallam County WA

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    JUNE 10, 2016

    The Bottom line….

    Pearl Rains Hewett,  LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

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    By Donald J. Trump April 14, 2016 7:18 p.m. ET

    (unedited full text)

     LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

    Behind My Back | Let Me Ask America a Question

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/04/26/letmeaskamerica-a-question/

    Apr 26, 2016 – Let Me Ask America a Question. How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.

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    MAY 9, 2016 DONALD J. TRUMP SAID ” AS A BUSINESSMAN I THINK REGULATIONS ARE EVEN WORSE THAN TAXES”.

    WOW, GETTING RID OF THE EPA?  Environmental Protection Agency

    THE ESA THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT?

    May 27, 2016 – Trump accused state officials of denying water to Central Valley farmers so they can send it … so they can send it out to sea ‘to protect a certain kind of threeinch fish‘. The theory that California’s water shortage is all the fault of the Environmental Protection Agency is, like most conspiracy.

    GO FIGURE? WATER FOR PEOPLE NOT A THREE INCH ENDANGERED SMELT.

    The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

    Apr 26, 2016 – Let Me Ask America a Question. How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.

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    DONALD J. TRUMP, AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, A BUSINESS MAN, WILL BE TRANSFERRING THE CONTROL OF OUR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC LANDS BACK TO WESTERN STATES, LIKE OREGON, BACK TO WE THE PEOPLE, BECAUSE IT IS SO CRITICAL TO OUR SURVIVAL.

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     The Human Toll in Siskiyou County – KARE

    www.klamathalliance.org/information/the-humantoll-in-siskiyoucounty/

    Siskiyou County has been hard hit by the environmental movement during the past twenty years. Time and again, we are promised that tourism will rise and …

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    Nov 18, 2012- June 10, 2016

    CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON- SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF-  

    OUR TIMBER INDUSTRIES  HAVE BEEN HARD HIT BY THE “ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT” DURING THE PAST TWENTY YEARS.

    TIME AND AGAIN, WE ARE PROMISED THAT TOURISM WILL RISE AND …

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    from Pearl Rains-Hewett

    Posted 11/18/2012

    WHAT HAVE OUR COUNTY’S GOT IN COMMON?

    OUR TIMBER INDUSTRIES AND,

    How Water and Land Use REGULATIONS and Litigation Are DESTROYING Us

    2012 “The hand writing on the wall” is an idiom for “imminent doom or misfortune” and for “the future is predetermined”.

    CLALLAM COUNTY

    Timber harvesting is the dominant land use in the County with 285,842 acres in large commercial timber holdings. Widespread timber harvesting in the area began in the 1920’s and continued intensively through the 1980’s, when the rate slowed significantly due in part to federal listings of the northern SPOTTED OWL AND MARBLED MURRELET.

    At one time, it was the largest timber production area in the state.

    However, OUR FOREST INDUSTRIES HAVE BEEN DEVASTATED BY FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATIONS.

    How many sawmills and wood processing facilities are gone?

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline.

    Eighty- one % (81%) of the land base in Clallam County proper is in Federal (or state) ownership.

    Olympic National Forest Is over 1 million acres.

    There are more than ? miles of wild and scenic rivers in Clallam County.

    What is the unemployment rate? 9.1% of the labor force Sep 2012

    One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands.

    acquisition or conservation easements

    new wildlife refuge

    convert acres of farmland to wetlands

    There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from?

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    SISKIYOU COUNTY

    Siskiyou County accounts for 15% of the timber harvested in California.

    At one time, it was the second largest timber production area in the state.

    However, our forest industries have been devastated by Federal and State regulations.

    There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from 30-40%.

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline.

    all 17 sawmills were gone and wood processing facilities

    Sixty-three % (63%) of the land base in Siskiyou County is in Federal (or state) ownership.

    There are more than 152 miles of wild and scenic rivers in the County.

    National Forest’s 1.7 million acres alone comprises 42% of Siskiyou County’s land base.

    In March of 2012, the unemployment rate was 18.7%, ranking Siskiyou 50th out of 56 counties in the state.

    The AP Economic Stress Index ranks Siskiyou County as the 14th most economically stressed county in the United States.

    One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands.

    Since 1999, 8,625.71 acres valued at $3,922,179 have been converted to Federal land.

    Another 11,236 acres of ranch land in the Shasta Valley is currently proposed for conversion to a new wildlife refuge.

    In addition, the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement seeks to convert 44,479 acres of farmland in the Upper Klamath Basin to wetlands, (some of which may be in Siskiyou County.)

    It also proposes to secure 21,800 acres of farmland by acquisition or conservation easements in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of Siskiyou County.

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    Pearl Rains Hewett

    Please read on if you are concerned

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    Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong 5/31/12

    “I have completed part I of my report on (Integrated Water Resources Management) IWRM. http://users.sisqtel.net/armstrng/IRWM%20siskiyou%20part1.htm This includes an economic and social impact study, a briefing on each of Siskiyou County’s Agricultural areas in the Klamath, a briefing on water rights and a chronology of the major actions (legal, regulatory) in the Klamath River/Siskiyou County over the past 15 years.”

    Part 1 – Siskiyou County

    How Water and Land Use Regulations and Litigation Are Destroying Us

    By Marcia H. Armstrong © 2012
    armsrtrng@sisqtel.net
    (reprint granted with attribution)

    Background on Siskiyou County and its Economy

     

    GENERAL:

    Sixty-three % (63%) of the land base in Siskiyou County is in Federal (or state) ownership. There are portions of the Klamath National Forest; Shasta-Trinity National Forest; Six Rivers National Forest;Modoc National Forest; and Rogue Siskiyou National Forest in Siskiyou County. The Klamath National Forest’s 1.7 million acres alone comprises 42% of Siskiyou County’s land base. The county also includes the Tule Lake and Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuges, as well as the Lava Beds National Monument. There are various BLM lands administered by the Redding, Medford, Ashland and Susanville BLM offices. There are more than 152 miles of wild and scenic rivers in the County. There are lands held in tribal trust for the Karuk and Quartz Valley Indian tribes.

    The entire land base of Siskiyou County is 4,038,843 acres or 6,287 square miles. Of this, 1,153,246 acres (29%) is in farmland, however only 138,000 acres (3% of tot. county acres) are irrigated. 2,525,216 acres is considered rangeland/woodland/ forest (inc. National Forest.) Our relatively sparse population of 44,301 classifies the county as “frontier.” There are nine small incorporated cities that date back to the California Gold Rush. Eight tenths of one percent of private land is urban.

    In the year 2000, the average unemployment rate for the year was 7.5%. By 2008, it had risen to 10.2%, rising again to 15.8% in 2009. In March of 2012, the unemployment rate was 18.7%, ranking Siskiyou 50th out of 56 counties in the state. There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from 30-40%. The average wage per job in 2008 was $32,707. That was only 63% of the state average. The median household income was $36,823 — or 60% of the state median. Non-household median income is currently $27,718 — a ranking of 47th in the state. The AP Economic Stress Index ranks Siskiyou County as the 14th most economically stressed county in the United States.

    Siskiyou County has a substantial low income population. In 2010, 18.6% of all residents in Siskiyou County, 26.6% of children under the age of 18 and 7.3% of those 65 years or older lived below the poverty line. In 2010, the economic impact of jobs at Human Services and entitlement benefits to County residents was $71,581,874. This includes: $11.6 million in annual “assistance costs” (CalWorks/welfare, Foster Care;) $8.8 million in annual food stamps; $4.7 million in In-Home-Support-Services for the elderly and disabled; and $36.7 million in Medical Assistance/Medi-Cal.

    Social statistics indicate that Siskiyou County has the second highest child abuse/neglect rate in the state – (3 times the state average.) Compared to Los Angeles County, Siskiyou County has higher rates of all forms of violent crime except homicide. [aggravated assaults, forcible rape, and robbery.] Often these crimes have similar underlying causes, namely, social strain combined with the selective disinhibition fueled by alcohol and drug use (read Robert Nash Parker; Robin Room; and Jeffery A Roth). The premature death rate for the general population is almost twice that of the national average.

    According to Indicators of Alcohol and Other Drug Risk and Consequences for California Counties Siskiyou County 2007, the number of local fatalities in alcohol-involved motor vehicle accidents was three times that of the statewide average; the death rate due to alcohol and drug use was 32.5 deaths per 100,000 persons (compared to a state average of 20.9/1000.) Methamphetamine accounted for 44% of admissions for alcohol and drug treatment. Admissions for alcohol use accounted for 31 percent of admissions in 2004. The death rate for cirrhosis if the liver was three times the Healthy People 2010 goal. Drug-induced deaths were 19 times higher than the Healthy People 2010 goal per 1,000. About 85% of child abuse cases involve methamphetamine.

    THE ECONOMY OF SISKIYOU COUNTY IS BASED ON SMALL BUSINESS. In 2008, there were 6,857 non-farm proprietors in Siskiyou County. According to 2007 data, 61% of non-farming establishments in Siskiyou County had less than 4 employees; 82% had less than 10 employees and 93% had less than 20.

    Agriculture is a major economic sector of the county. Our 2010 Siskiyou County Annual Crop and Livestock Report indicates that the agricultural valuation in the county was $195,711,956 (gross and excluding timber.) According to the USDA Ag Census, in 1992 Siskiyou County had 647,446 acres in farms. By 2007, this had been reduced to 597,534 acres. The 1996-2008 Land Use Summary, Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program indicates that during the span of the report, Siskiyou County lost 15,164 acres of prime farmland; 3,036 acres of farmland of statewide importance; 40,456 acres of farmland of local importance. With an addition of 16,126 acres of grazing land and 2,390 acres of unique farmland, this mean a total loss of 40,140 acres of farmland. In 2000, there were 895 farm proprietors in Siskiyou County. This declined to only 730 in 2008. The county lost 81 livestock ranches from 1992 to 2007, with an accompanying loss of 20,882 fewer cattle and calves in inventory. According to the CA D.O.T. Siskiyou County Economic Forecast, since 1995, Siskiyou County’s agriculture industries have experienced substantial job loss of about 586 jobs, declining almost 45%.

    During the past 20 years, there has also been a restructuring of size and sales in agricultural operations. Since 1992 to 2007, there has been an increase in the number of small farms: farms under 10 acres doubled to 80. Farms under 50 acres increased 59% to 229. Farms 50-179 acres increased 27% to 228. Farms from 180-449 acres remained about the same at 79. However, there was a 19% reduction in farms 1000 acres or more to 100 farms in 2007. One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands. Since 1999, 8,625.71 acres valued at $3,922,179 have been converted to Federal land. Another 11,236 acres of ranch land in the Shasta Valley is currently proposed for conversion to a new wildlife refuge. In addition, the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement seeks to convert 44,479 acres of farmland in the Upper Klamath Basin to wetlands, (some of which may be in Siskiyou County.) It also proposes to secure 21,800 acres of farmland by acquisition or conservation easements in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of Siskiyou County.

    At the same time, farms having less than $2,500 in sales increased 105% to 359. Farms selling $2,500-9,999 stayed about the same at 151. Farms selling $10-$24,999 decreased 10% to 95. Farms selling $25,000-$49,999 decreased about 18% to 60. Farms selling $50,000 to $99,999 decreased 45% to 44 and farms with sales in excess of $100,000 increased by 28% to 137.

    Siskiyou County accounts for 15% of the timber harvested in California. At one time, it was the second largest timber production area in the state. However, our forest industries have been devastated by Federal and State regulations. For instance, the forestry section of Siskiyou County’s 1972 Conservation Element of the General Plan indicated that there were 17 sawmills in the county (employing 2,055 people or 24% of the employment base) and 8 wood processing facilities (employing 294 people or 3% of the employment base). There were 46 logging contractors and support establishments employing 501 people or 5% of the employment base. By 2007, ALL 17 SAWMILLS WERE GONE. The census indicates that there were a total of 6 wood products manufacturing establishments (including veneer mills) employing 380 people (one mill has subsequently closed in Butte Valley). There were 38 Logging, Forestry and Support Establishments employing 157 employees.

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline. In 1978, 239 MMBF of timber was harvested from the Klamath National Forest (KNF), 274 MMBF from the Shasta Trinity National Forest (STNF) and 73 MMBF from the Six Rivers National Forest (SRNF.) In 2008, 20 MMBF was harvested from the KNF, 22 MMBF from the STNF and 8 MMBF from the SRNF. [Seehttp://users.sisqtel.net/armstrng/regulatory%20impacts.htm for links to tables and reports]

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    The Human Toll in Siskiyou County – KARE

    The Human Toll in Siskiyou County

    SISKIYOU COUNTY HAS BEEN HARD HIT BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT DURING THE PAST TWENTY YEARS. TIME AND AGAIN,

    WE ARE PROMISED THAT TOURISM WILL RISE AND OFFSET ANY DAMAGE TO OUR RESOURCE DRIVEN ECONOMY, AND YET THOSE DOLLARS REFUSE TO MATERIALIZE.

    For 20 years, timber has been excluded from our national forests (see this shocking graph) which consume nearly two thirds of our entire county. Mining has been all but eliminated, agriculture (the largest remaining industry in this county)

    AND NOW KS WILD HAS THE TEMERITY TO CLAIM THAT OUR COUNTY WILL BE BETTER OFF WITH ANOTHER 200,000 ACRES (OF 600,000 TOTAL) OF TIMBERLAND LOCKED UP IN SOME “CLIMATE REFUGE?” Next time somebody trots out that line, give them some of these demographic statistics:

    Unemployment, July 2011

    (State wide data by county: PDF file)

    • California: 12.4%
    • Siskiyou Co: 16.6%
    • Shasta Co: 15.0%
    • Modoc Co: 13.9%
    • Humboldt Co: 11.9%
    • LA Co: 13.3%
    • Sacramento Co: 12.9%
    • San Franscsco Co: 9.0%

    Siskiyou County 2010 Snapshot

    (PDF file)

    • Population: around 48,000
    • The median age of the population is 43
    • 36% of the population is employed
    • Unemployment is 18.5%
    • Median Household Income $35,692 ($59,928 for CA)
    • 28% of households have children under 18 (46% USA)
    • 18% of the population lives below the poverty line (13% CA)
    • 27% of children live below the poverty line (18.5% CA)
    • 18% of the population is eligible for food stamps
    • 22% are eligible for Medi-Cal programs (18% CA)
    • Substantiation of Child Abuse and Neglect 31.7 per 1,000 ( 9/1,000 for CA)
    • Siskiyou Co. has higher rates of all violent crime (aggravated assaults, forcible rape and robbery) except homicide than Los Angeles Co. 11% of Seniors aged 60 and above have been abused.
    • Methamphetamine accounts for 44% of substance abuse treatment admissions. Roughly 11.9 percent of adolescents under 18 reported binge drinking over the past month (CA 6.6 percent.)
    • Of youth between age 10-17 admitted for treatment, 72% were for marijuana, 17% methamphetamine, and 11% alcohol. 83% were male. This age group also accounts for 13% of drug-related arrests.
    • Individuals between 25 and 34 years account for 25 percent of admissions to alcohol and drug treatment. This age group also accounts for 22 percent of drug related arrests
    • Individuals between 35 and 44 years accounts for 27 percent of alcohol-related arrests

    Twenty Year Trends

    (PDF file)

    • Demographic Trends — Age distribution: The census indicates that between 1990 and 2008, Siskiyou County experienced a 25% loss in the population of children under the age of 18. The County saw a 45% increase in the population age 45-64 and an 18% increase of those age 65 and older. This shows that our population is aging dramatically, and younger family wage earners are migrating elsewhere.
    • Income Trends; The BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis) indicates that in 1987, the average wage for jobs in Siskiyou County were 73% of the California average. There was a steady decline down to as low as 57% in the year 2000, then the percentage stabilized at 61 % with an increase to 63% in 2008. This shows that our wages are depressed, not keeping pace with inflation and the rest of the state.
    • Unemployment — The EDD statistics indicate that from 1990-2009, the highest rates of unemployment occurred in individual months in 1991-1993 (19.3-21.1%.) The average rate of unemployment for 1991 was 13.2, for 1992 — 15.8 and for 1993 -15.6. This high rate likely reflects the closure of the four timber mills in Siskiyou County between 1989-1999. The rate of unemployment then very gradually decreased each year until it plateaued around 2001 -2007 at 8-9.5% It climbed to an average of 10.2% in 2008 and was at 15.8% average in 2009.
    • Median Household Income The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, the median household income of Siskiyou County residents was $22,077. This was 66% of the California median, (down $11,000 from the CA median.) In 2008, the Siskiyou County median was $36,823. It had decreasedto 60% of the California median, (down $24,000 from the CA median household income.) Siskiyou County ranks 51 out of 58 California Counties in median income.
    • Poverty Rates — The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, 14.4% of Siskiyou County residents lived below the poverty line. This was 1.7% higher than the poverty rate for California in general. In 1989, 23.5% of children under 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This was 2.2% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 16.4% of all residents in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 3.1% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 25.4% of children under the age of 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. That is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 6.9% greater than the California rate.

    Summary Comment: Siskiyou County is an aging county. A large percentage of children in the county live in poverty and this is getting worse. Average wages are poor compared to the rest of California and getting worse. The household median income in the County has historically lagged far behind that of California and is getting worse. Unemployment has always been substantially higher than California in general. After stabilizing from high employment in the aftermath of mill closures and Forest Service layoffs, unemployment has substantially increased in the past two years and is climbing. It is currently 15.6% (May 2010.) The well-being of a substantial number of Siskiyou County residents is depressed and trending downward.

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    JUNE 10, 2016

    The Bottom line….

    Pearl Rains Hewett,  LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

     


  • Ties That Bind Farmers and Ranchers

    Ties That Bind Farmers and Ranchers

    Quite regularly, someone seems to say to me “Oh but doesn’t that farm and all those animals really tie you down?”

    Why yes, yes they do.

    They tie me to starting my day when the sun rises and ending it well after the sun sets…but it means I always get to see them both.

    They tie me to the rhythm of the seasons…the might of the winter blizzard, the first spring breeze carrying the scent of rain, the towering glory of a summer thunderhead and the fall of leaves from the poplar trees.

    They tie me to concentrating on the chores that need to be done right now…not the regrets of yesterday nor the worries for tomorrow.

    THIS FARM AND ALL THESE ANIMALS KEEP ME TIED DOWN TO EARTH WHEN THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE TRIES TO FLIP ME UPSIDE DOWN.

    And so I would much rather be tied down here than set adrift in the tumultuous sea I see so many others in. I find this mooring rather to my liking.

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    We are American citizens, we are private property owners, we are the stewards of our pristine forest land, the managers and laborers of our family farms (that included public grazing land)  it is our heritage, it is who we are and what we do, it is our way of life, it is our source of employment and income, it provides our shelter, the roof over our heads, food on our tables and heat from our hearth,

    INDEED IT HAS BEEN  THE  LOT OF OUR LIVES FOR MANY GENERATIONS OF AMERICAN FAMILIES.

    So I saw that there is nothing better for a person than to enjoy their work, because that is their lot That each of them may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in all their toil

    I know that there is nothing better for people than to be happy and to do good while they live

    June 6, 2016 There is still time to speak and keep

    GIVE US BACK OUR STATE LAND

    LET OUR PEOPLE GROW AND FARM, AND SOW, AND REAP, AND RANCH, AND MOW, AND HARVEST, AND LOG, AND MILL, AND MINE, AND BUILD, AND MANUFACTURE, AND CREATE JOBS.

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    THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE TRIES TO FLIP ME UPSIDE DOWN?

    FEDERAL LAWS ” ACTS” THAT  IMPACT AND IMPERIL THE LIVES OF WE THE PEOPLE AND THREATEN THE ECONOMY OF THE ENTIRE UNITED STATE OF AMERICA.

    THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)

    THE DEVASTATING IMPACT OF FEDERAL LAWS……

    Oregon – “TEARS FOR MY PEOPLE” – A perspective from a Minute Man and Patriot

    by David Glenn | TLB contributing writer

    You can read David’s complete article by Clicking Here.

    January 27, 2016 TLB Staff GOVERNMENT, Spotlight, Tyranny 2

    Tears for my people

    To my fellow Americans, it is with a heavy heart and great sadness that I pick up my pen once more, not because I want too, but because it is needful.  A great man and redound patriot once rode through the night, at great personal peril, to warn others of the approaching  British forces, his name was PAUL REVERE, I find it necessary to do in my small way, the same now, and warn my fellows of the coming storm.

    Over the last few weeks, men who I consider true patriots, took control of a wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon, THIS WAS TO PROTEST THE ILLEGAL, UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAND GRABS BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE BLM (BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT), they did so in a peaceful manner, without threats or violence, an unmanned facility with doors left unlocked, vehicles with key’s in the ignitions.

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    The 2014 Bundy standoff was an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement that developed from a 20-year legal dispute between the United States BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) AND CATTLE RANCHER CLIVEN BUNDY, …

    Grand jury charges 14 more people for 2014 standoff at Bundy Ranch …

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/grand-jury-charges-14-more-p…

    The Washington Post

    Mar 3, 2016 – FOURTEEN MORE PEOPLE are facing federal charges in connection with a 2014 armed standoff between backers of Nevada RANCHER CLIVEN BUNDY …

     

    Federal authorities indict 19 in 2014 range standoff in Nevada | Fox …

    www.foxnews.com/…/federal-authorities-indict-19-in-2014-range-…

    Fox News Channel

    Mar 4, 2016 – … charges in a 2014 armed standoff OVER GRAZING CATTLE ON U.S. LAND NEAR RENEGADE?  CATTLEMAN CLIVEN BUNDY’S RANCH IN SOUTHERN NEVADA.

    Behind My Back | Shooting him three times in the back

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/03/09/4775/

    Mar 9, 2016 – Shooting him three times in the back County Sheriff Nelson said Finicum was struck in the back by three of the bullets, which were fired by state …

    INDEED, THE GOVERNMENT TIES THAT BIND FARMERS AND RANCHERS

    BLM Forms New Division of Security, Protection and Intelligence (SPI)

    www.thelibertybeacon.com › FREEDOM

    3 days ago – TLB Editors note: While we appreciate Red Smith’s due diligence in bringing the story below into the light of day, we cannot let the “inaccurate” …

    THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT has announced the formation of new division of Security, Protection and Intelligence.  The new division is being created months after Ammon Bundy led dozens of armed anti-federal-lands activists in seizing the unoccupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. It’s unclear to what extent the new BLM law enforcement post is connected to the Malheur incident or to the general rise in anti-federal-lands activity in the rural West.

    This new department will operate independently of the already existing BLM Department of Law Enforcement and Protection under Director Salvatore Lauro,

     IT WILL ALSO OPERATE INDEPENDENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORS (BLM’S MOTHER AGENCY)

     according to James Gallagher Director of Intelligence for the Department of Interior. In fact it is quite unclear as to who will have oversight over this new department or who authorized it’s creation. In calls to BLM public affairs officers they were unaware of the creation of the new division.

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    TEARS FOR MY PEOPLE

    You can read David’s complete article by Clicking Here.

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    • Category Archives By Hook or By Crook

    ·  The Federal Fault of Land Grabbing

    Posted on April 27, 2016 9:16 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    GIVE US BACK OUR STATE LAND

    LET OUR PEOPLE GROW and farm, and sow, and reap, and ranch, and mow, and harvest, and log, and mill, and mine, and build, and manufacture, and create jobs.

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    FOR THE FEDERAL ESTABLISHMENT ENOUGH IS  NEVER ENOUGH

    The Federal Government owns and CONTROLS  nearly 650 million acres of public land – almost 30 percent of the land area of the United States.

    650 MILLION ACRES OF FEDERALLY CONTROLLED PUBLIC  LAND IS ENOUGH

    30% OF AMERICA’S LAND  UNDER THE CONTROL OF  THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT  IS ENOUGH

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    TRUMP SUPPORTERS AND VOTERS  HAVE HAD “ENOUGH” OF THE ESTABLISHMENT

    Veterans for Trump leader arrested for Bundy-ranch standoff – WND.com

    www.wnd.com/…/veterans-for-trump-official-arrested-for-bundyranc

    WorldNetDaily

    Mar 3, 2016 – Veterans for Trump leader arrested for Bundyranch standoff. Gets hero’s welcome outside courtroom. Published: 03/03/2016 at 9:10 PM.

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    Just saying….

    Behind My Back | My code name “Pearl Revere”

    www.behindmyback.org/2013/02/01/mycodenamepearlrevere/

    Feb 1, 2013 – My code name is “Pearl Revere” This blog is all about US, “We the People”. I had hoped that setting up a blog would give “We the people” a …

    Behind My Back | Paul and Pearl Revere

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/03/28/paul-and-pearlrevere/

    MAR 28, 2014 – WHY IS MY CODE NAME PEARL REVERE ? WHY AM I RUNNING THROUGH CYBER SPACE WITH RED FLAG WARNINGS?

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    Go figure…

    Behind My Back | Dept. of Interior Deterioration

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/05/04/dept-of-interiordeterioration/

    May 4, 2014 – “We the people” don’t have to look very far down the US. Government chain of command to pin point the cause of THE DETERIORATION of the …

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    Behind My Back | Part 1 (WOW) a War on Wild?

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/01/27/part-1-wow-a-war-on-wild/

    Jan 27, 2014 – Now is the time for many of us to speak of a War On Wild and keep our … The Economic sanctions imposed by the endangered wild spotted owl.