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  • 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.

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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 Picks Ryan Zinke to Head the DOI?

    Yep, Trump Picked Ryan Zinke to Head the DOI

    ZINKI’S  IDEA OF HIS DUTY AS THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AS  SECRETARY IS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE A BROAD CONSENSUS ON WHAT WE’RE DOING

    ZINKE IS A RELATIVE POLITICAL NEWCOMER IN WASHINGTON AND TO POLITICS GENERALLY. DURING HIS SHORT TENURE AS A STATE LAWMAKER IN MONTANA, HE DEVELOPED A REPUTATION AS A “MODERATE” ON SOME ISSUES.

    ODDLY ENOUGH, AS A POLITICAL NEWCOMER, ZINKE HAS AN EXTENSIVE VOCABULARY OF THE LIBERAL POLITICO ESTABLISHMENTS KEY BUZZ WORDS.

    ZINKI’S TOP PRIORITIES WOULD BE TO GIVE LOCAL LAND MANAGERS AND RANGERS MORE FLEXIBILITY IN LAND MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

    REALLY, START COOLING OFF TENSION OVER LAND USE

    AFTER ABOUT FOUR HOURS OF QUESTIONING  AND COMMENTS  DURING . REP. RYAN ZINKE CONFIRMATION HEARING BEFORE THE SENATE ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE TUESDAY

    IT’S ALREADY CLEAR THERE COULD BE SOME FRICTION BETWEEN AN INTERIOR SECRETARY ZINKE AND SOME REPUBLICANS IN CONGRESS ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO SPENDING.

    AND REALLY, ZINKE  PROMISES TO BRING A TEDDY ROOSEVELT-STYLE APPROACH TO MANAGING FEDERAL PUBLIC LANDS?

    ZINKE  WENT ON TO SAY THAT HE THOUGHT THE COUNTRY HAS BENEFITED GREATLY FROM A LOT OF NATIONAL MONUMENT DESIGNATIONS, INCLUDING IN HIS HOME STATE OF MONTANA.

    ZINKE HINTED AT THE HEARING THAT ONE PRIORITY IN AN EXPECTED TRUMP-BACKED INFRASTRUCTURE BILL WILL BE TO ADDRESS A $12 BILLION BACKLOG IN MAINTENANCE AT NATIONAL PARKS.

    ZINKE HINTED? THAT  $12,000,000,000.00 BILLION DOLLAR NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) BACKLOG FOR MAINTENANCE WOULD BE  A PRIORITY FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP?

    PRESIDENT TRUMP WOULD HAVE A RED FLAG PRIORITY ON ANYTHING WITH  $12,000,000,000.00 BILLION DOLLAR AMOUNT ATTACHED TO IT.

    $12,000,000,000.00 BILLION DOLLARS IS THE LOW ESTIMATE FOR BUILDING THE WALL.

    MY CONSIDERED OPINION IS THAT RYAN ZINKE WOULD SUCK AS THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

    WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, NOT ONLY  DO I  QUESTION, I STRENOUSLY OBJECT TO PRESIDENT TRUMP’S PICK REP. RYAN ZINKE, R-MONT TO HEAD THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DOI)

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    This is the hierarchy of power that  President Trump would be giving to Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont. by appointment.

     A MAN WHO’S  IDEA OF HIS DUTY AS THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR SECRETARY IS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE A BROAD CONSENSUS ON WHAT WE’RE DOING

      The Department of the Interior Organizational Chart

    This is the classification of things according to relative importance or inclusiveness.

    Interior Organizational Chart

    Interior Organization Chart

    Trump Pick To Head Interior Department Says Climate Change Is Not …

    www.npr.org/…/trumppick-to-head-interior-department-says-climate-change-is-not-a…

    Jan 17, 2017 – Why would President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to head the U.S. Department of Interior, Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont

    LOL  RYAN ZINKE,  SAYS “WE ALL LOVE OUR PUBLIC LANDS, AND THE DUTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AS A SECRETARY IS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE A BROAD CONSENSUS ON WHAT WE’RE DOING..

    Indeed, I would be speechless, if I did not have this website

    JUST SAYING. JUST ASKING? WHO IS THIS GUY?

     I’VE NEVER HEARD OF RYAN ZINKE. PERIOD WHO VETTED HIM?

    THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DOI) IS A MESS, AND ITS AGENCIES ARE A MESS, LIKE THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) IS A BLOODY MESS,  THE DOI HAS MORE THAN CONTROL OF PUBLIC LAND, WITH A COMBINED CONTROL OF HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF ACRES OF PUBLIC LANDS, MOSTLY IN THE WEST.

    AS PRESIDENT TRUMP WOULD SAY “WHAT A MESS”.

    THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DOI) IS A MESS

    During the Obama administration, fights over control of federal land boiled over into armed standoffs led by rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons in Nevada and Oregon.

    And, During the Obama administration, fights over control of federal land boiled over again on January 2, 2016, armed militants seized the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Harney County Oregon

    On January 26, 2016 Robert “LaVoy” Finicum,  was shot three times in the back by two OSP officers.

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    IT’S ALREADY CLEAR THERE COULD BE SOME FRICTION BETWEEN AN INTERIOR SECRETARY ZINKE AND some Republicans in Congress especially when it comes to spending.

    Certainly, President Trump is aware of the abuse of power by Obama’s  appointed interior secretary of Department of the Interior (DOI)

    The abuse of power by the DOI has been historically documented, and was crystal clear to America’s taxpaying citizens and voters long before  Trump formally announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015.

    HISTORICALLY DOCUMENTED THE  DOI ABUSE OF POWER, UNDER THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT  (BLM) ” THE SAGEBRUSH REBELLION”  THAT STARTED IN 1970 AND THE BLM STANDOFF ARMED WITH THE BUNDY’S

    2014, ‘IF THINGS DON’T CHANGE, IT’S NOT LONG BEFORE SHOTS WILL BE FIRED,’ LYMAN SAID, JOINING OTHER CONSERVATIVE LAWMAKERS SUCH AS CHAFFETZ IN WARNING OF VIOLENCE

    IF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DIDN’T REIN IN THE BLM.

    AND, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DID NOT REIN IN THE BLM.

    On January 26, 2016 Robert “LaVoy” Finicum,  was shot three times in the back by two OSP officers.

    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. Shooting death of LaVoy Finicum justified, necessary, prosecutor says shows that the three fatal shots …

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    SO, Why did President Trump pick Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont to  head the U.S. Department of Interior? to clean up the huge mess?

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    MAY 4, 2014 The Department of the Interior(DOI)  

    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 … DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

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    HISTORICALLY DOCUMENTED THE  DOI ABUSE OF POWER, UNDER THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT  (BLM) ” THE SAGEBRUSH REBELLION”  THAT STARTED IN 1970

    PATRIOTIC AMERICAN CITIZENS CALL THEM “LAND GRABS”

    THE SAGEBRUSH REBELLION was a movement during the 1970s and 1980s that sought major changes to federal land control, use and disposal policy in the American West where, in 13 western states, federal land holdings include between 20% and 85% of a state’s area.

    YEP, PATRIOTIC AMERICAN CITIZENS CALL THEM, DOI BLM “LAND GRABS” IT GOT SO WILD IT WAS NAMED THE WILD OLYMPIC SCAM, BY HOOK OR BY CROOKS OR BY OBAMA’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS

    Obama signs executive order, bypasses Congress, and …

    https://investmentwatchblog.com/obamasignsexecutiveorderbypasses-…

    1 day ago – OBAMA SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER, BYPASSES CONGRESS, AND LEGALIZES ALL BLM LAND GRABS. … ORDER, BYPASS CONGRESS, AND DO A MASSIVE BLM LAND GRAB. … http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/22499-behind- …

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    A sequel to a 1970s movement that sought a state takeover ( LAND GRABS) of federal public lands.

    Behind My Back | The Sagebrush Rebellion

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/04/14/the-sagebrushrebellion/

    Apr 14, 2014 – This 20th-century conflict, known as the Sagebrush Rebellion, pits ranchers, loggers, miners and others against Washington bureaucrats in a …

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    THE BLM LAND GRAB

    In May 2014, in Texas, militias and their allies came to protest a BLM survey of more than 90,000 acres along the Red River, fearing the federal government was planning a land grab.”

    ‘If things don’t change, it’s not long before shots will be fired,’ Lyman said, joining other conservative lawmakers such as Chaffetz in warning of violence if the federal government didn’t rein in the BLM.

    ‘We can avoid it. But it’s not going to be by the people changing their attitudes and accepting more intrusion into their lives. IT’S GOING TO BE BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ACKNOWLEDGING PEOPLE’S FREEDOM.’‘It is impossible to overstate the importance of the victory won in the desert today, “The feds were routed—routed. There is no word that applies. Courage is contagious, defiance is contagious, victory is contagious. Yet the war is not over.’”

    JAN 30, 2017 WHILE THE STANDOFF AT THE BUNDY RANCH IN CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, HAS FADED AND THE SHOOTING DEATH OF LAVOY FINICUM HAS FADED FROM THE  LIBERAL  PUBLIC NEWS  MEDIA HEADLINES.

    DONALD J. TRUMP IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    Update  Jan 29, 2017 Robert “LaVoy” Finicum

    (GO TO THE ARTICLE LINK HERE)

    http://redoubtnews.com/2017/01/29/meeting-never-happened-john-day/

    Their intent is to meet President Donald Trump and present him with a letter requesting the pardon of local ranchers, Dwight and Steven Hammond.

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    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

    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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    Jan 30, 2017 Updated to reflect…

    DONALD J. TRUMP IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    As, President of the United States, Trump shall seriously affect the transfer of ownership and return control of public lands back to western states, like Oregon, as critical to our survival.

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    Trump Jr Human Toll Issues – WA DC Edicts

    Posted on June 11, 2016 9:18 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    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.

    The bottom line from Toni…

    Jan 30, 2017 Updated to reflect…

    Donald Trump Jr was informed of the issues.

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    DONALD J. TRUMP IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    I have no doubt President Donald Trump will  transfer our lands from federal mismanagement. He has assured us, he will prevent further loss and reverse the losses that have plunged our county into poverty..

    INDEED,  PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SHALL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, AND HELP US HELP OURSELVES.

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    http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/01/17/510335071/trump-pick-to-head-interior-department-says-climate-change-is-not-a-hoax

    The bottom line

    MY CONSIDERED OPINION IS THAT RYAN ZINKE WOULD “SUCK” AS THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

    WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, NOT ONLY  DO I  QUESTION, I STRENUOUSLY OBJECT TO PRESIDENT TRUMP’S PICK REP. RYAN ZINKE, R-MONT TO HEAD THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DOI) TO CLEAN UP THE HUGE (DOI) MESS


  • 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.

     


  • The Ethnic Cleansing of American Citizens

    The Ethnic Cleansing of American Citizens

    If you see something Say something

    The Ethnic Cleansing of American Citizens is remarkably similar to

    The Ethnic Cleansing of Native Indian Tribes when the U.S. government took their land.
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    In 1803 Thomas Jefferson said, we shall push our trading uses, and be glad to see the good and influential individuals among them run in debt,
    because we observe that when these debts get beyond what the individuals can pay, they become willing to lop them off by a cession of lands.”
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    This Dec. 7, 1841 State of the Union Address stands out
    John Tyler First State of the Union Address
    “The war with the Indian tribes on the peninsula of Florida has during the last summer and fall been prosecuted with untiring activity and zeal…

    Numbers have been captured, and still greater numbers have surrendered and have been transported to join their brethren on the lands elsewhere allotted to them by the Government.”
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    THE STATE OF THE UNION MARCH 10, 2016
    “The war with the protesters on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon has during the last summer and fall been prosecuted with untiring activity and zeal…

    Behind My Back | Shooting him three times in the back

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

    1 day ago – 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 …

    If you do only thing today, watch this video.

    Dramatic video from inside Finicum’s vehicle – The Westerner

    thewesterner.blogspot.com/…/dramaticvideo-from-insidefinicums.html

    1 day ago – Dramatic video from inside Finicum’s vehicle. Footage released by Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday shows the moment that Robert …
    thewesterner.blogspot.com/…/dramatic–video-from-inside–finicums.html

    Indeed, Numbers have been captured, and still greater numbers have surrendered and have been transported to join their brethren elsewhere to prisons allotted to them by the U.S. Government.”

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    WHO COUNTS? AND WHO’S COUNTING?
    PIE N POLITICS

    Bundy situations: 37 indictments of updated info 3-3-16

    pienpolitics.com/?p=25177

    Bundy situations: 37 indictments of updated info 3-3-16. Mar 4, 2016. Agriculture, Bundy Battle … Ryan Bundy, Bunkerville, NV (NV court 3/17; OR jury trial 4/19)
    by Liz Bowen

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    The Ethnic Cleansing of Native Americans Crime Magazine

    www.crimemagazine.com/ethnic-cleansing-native-americans
    Apr 5, 2013 – America was a growing nation, and it needed living space for white settlers and their slaves. They had something similar in Nazi Germany – it was called Lebensraum – living space. … The immediate objects are the total destruction and devastation of their settlements, and the capture of as many prisoners …

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    Nearly every president of the 18th and 19th centuries – including Jackson – claimed that they wanted to help the Indians; to civilize the Indians; to Christianize the Indians. But what they really wanted was their land.

    BBC – History – World Wars: Hitler and ‘Lebensraum’ in the

    www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/…/hitler_lebensraum_01.shtml
    BBC
    Mar 30, 2011 – Why did Hitler look to the east to expand in WW2? … Adolf Hitler developed the belief that Germany required Lebensraum (‘living space’) in order to survive. The conviction that this living space could be gained only in the east, … healthy, species must continually expand the amount of space they occupy, …
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    The Ethnic Cleansing of Native Americans Crime Magazine

    www.crimemagazine.com/ethnic-cleansing-native-americans
    Apr 5, 2013 – From George Washington through Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. presidents followed a relentless policy of removing Native Americans from their lands. President Andrew Jackson codified ethnic cleansing into law when he signed THE INDIAN REMOVAL ACT IN 1830. … In 1830, it was called “The
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    In 1803, the year of the Louisiana Purchase, President Jefferson wrote a letter to William Henry Harrison, a future U.S. President who was then governor of the Indiana Territory, explaining what should be done with the Native Americans inhabiting the wild frontier.
    Jefferson went on to explain:

    “When they (the Indians) withdraw themselves to the culture of a small piece of land,
    they will perceive how useless to them are their extensive forests,
    and will be willing to pare them off from time to time in exchange for necessaries for their farms and families.
    To promote this disposition to exchange lands, which they have to spare and we want, for necessaries, which we have to spare and they want,

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    IN 1803 JEFFERSON SAID, WE SHALL PUSH OUR TRADING USES, AND BE GLAD TO SEE THE GOOD AND INFLUENTIAL INDIVIDUALS AMONG THEM RUN IN DEBT,
    BECAUSE WE OBSERVE THAT WHEN THESE DEBTS GET BEYOND WHAT THE INDIVIDUALS CAN PAY, THEY BECOME WILLING TO LOP THEM OFF BY A CESSION OF LANDS.”

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    And if any Indians make trouble, Jefferson wrote, they would be driven out of their lands.
    “Should any tribe be foolhardy enough to take up the hatchet at any time,” he told Harrison,“the seizing the whole country of that tribe, and driving them across the Mississippi, as the only condition of peace,

    WOULD BE AN EXAMPLE TO OTHERS, AND A FURTHERANCE OF OUR FINAL CONSOLIDATION.”

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    This was the final solution for the Indians – a policy that would result in their being driven from their ancestral lands and shunted onto barren reservations.

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    IN 1807 JEFFERSON MADE THIS CLEAR FOUR YEARS LATER WHEN HE WROTE THAT IF THE INDIANS DID NOT COOPERATE, THE POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES WOULD BE “TO PURSUE INDIANS TO EXTERMINATION, or to drive them to new seats beyond our reach.”
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    The following are direct quotes from State of the Union Addresses by nine U.S. Presidents. They show a consistent policy, from one administration to the next, to remove Native Americans from their ancestral lands.

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    James Monroe
    First State of the Union Address
    December 12, 1817
    “The earth was given to mankind to support the greatest number of which it is capable, and no tribe or people have a right to withhold from the wants of others more than is necessary for their own support and comfort.”
    “In terminating Indian hostilities, as must soon be done…the emigration, which has heretofore been great, will probably increase, and the demand for land and the augmentation in its value be in like proportion.”

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    Sixth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 3, 1822
    “It is essential to the growth and prosperity of the (Florida) Territory, as well as to the interests of the Union, that those Indians should be removed, by special compact with them, to some other position or concentration within narrower limits.”

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    Eighth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 7, 1824
    One of the goals of the federal government, he said, was “the extinguishment of the Indian title to large tracts of fertile territory.”

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    John Quincy Adams
    Fourth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 2, 1828
    “They were, moreover, considered as savages, whom it was our policy and our duty to use our influence in converting to Christianity and in bringing within the pale of civilization.”

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    Andrew Jackson
    Second State of the Union Address
    Dec. 6, 1830
    “It gives me pleasure to announce to Congress that the benevolent policy of the Government, steadily pursued for nearly 30 years, in relation to the removal of the Indians beyond the white settlements is approaching to a happy consummation.”

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    Eighth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 5, 1836
    “The national policy, founded alike in interest and in humanity, so long and so steadily pursued by this Government for the removal of the Indian tribes originally settled on this side of the Mississippi to the west of that river, may be said to have been consummated by the conclusion of the late treaty with the Cherokees.”

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    Martin Van Buren
    First State of the Union Address
    Dec. 5, 1837
    “The system of removing the Indians west of the Mississippi, commenced by Mr. Jefferson in 1804, has been steadily persevered in by every succeeding President, and may be considered the settled policy of the country.”

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    Second State of the Union Address
    Dec. 3, 1838
    “It affords me sincere pleasure to be able to apprise you of the entire removal of the Cherokee Nation of Indians to their new homes west of the Mississippi.”
    Fourth State of the Union Address (Dec. 5, 1840
    “The removal of the Indians from within our settled borders is nearly completed.”
    “Since the spring of 1837 more than 40,000 Indians have been removed to their new homes west of the Mississippi…”

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    Millard Fillmore
    Third State of the Union Address
    Dec. 6, 1852
    “The removal of the remnant of the tribe of Seminole Indians from Florida has long been a cherished object of the Government, and it is one to which my attention has been steadily directed.”

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    James K. Polk
    First State of the Union Address
    Dec. 2, 1845
    “Our relations with the Indian tribes are of a favorable character. The policy of removing them to a country designed for their permanent residence west of the Mississippi, and without the limits of the organized States and Territories, is better appreciated by them than it was a few years ago.”

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    Fourth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 5, 1848
    “The title to all the Indian lands within the several States of our Union, with the exception of a few small reservations, is now extinguished, and a vast region opened for settlement and cultivation.”
    “Within the last four years eight important treaties have been negotiated with different Indian tribes, and at a cost of $1,842,000; Indian lands to the amount of more than 18,500,000 acres have been ceded to the United States, and provision has been made for settling in the country west of the Mississippi the tribes which occupied this large extent of the public domain.”
    (The payment amounted to 10¢ an acre.)

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    “The immediate and only cause of the existing hostility of the Indians of OREGON is represented to have been the long delay of the United States in making to them some trifling compensation, in such articles as they wanted, for the country now occupied by our emigrants, which the Indians claimed and over which they formerly roamed.”

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    John Tyler
    First State of the Union Address
    Dec. 7, 1841
    “The war with the Indian tribes on the peninsula of Florida has during the last summer and fall been prosecuted with untiring activity and zeal…Numbers have been captured, and still greater numbers have surrendered and have been transported to join their brethren on the lands elsewhere allotted to them by the Government.”

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    Fourth State of the Union Address
    Dec. 3, 1844
    “The Executive has abated no effort in carrying into effect the well-established policy of the Government which contemplates a removal of all the tribes residing within the limits of the several States beyond those limits, and it is now enabled to congratulate the country at the prospect of an early consummation of this object.”

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    Abraham Lincoln
    Third State of the Union Address
    Dec. 8, 1863
    “The measures provided at your last session for the removal of certain Indian tribes have been carried into effect. Sundry treaties have been negotiated, which will in due time be submitted for the constitutional action of the Senate. They contain stipulations for extinguishing the possessory rights of the Indians to large and valuable tracts of lands.”

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    Ulysses S. Grant
    Second State of the Union Address
    Dec. 5, 1870
    “I entertain the confident hope that the policy now pursued will in a few years bring all the Indians upon reservations…”

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    Third State of the Union Address
    Dec. 4, 1871
    “…by the law of April 10, 1869, many tribes of Indians have been induced to settle upon reservations.”
    “Such a course might in time be the means of collecting most of the Indians now between the Missouri and the Pacific and south of the British possessions into one Territory or one State.

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    Fifth State of the Union Address
    Dec.1, 1873
    “The Indian Territory south of Kansas and west of Arkansas is sufficient in area and agricultural resources to support all the Indians east of the Rocky Mountains. In time, no doubt, all of them, except a few who may elect to make their homes among white people, will be collected there.”
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    The State of the Union March 10, 2016
    The Oregonian

    Oregon standoff: Three refuge militants face fresh charges in

    www.oregonlive.com/oregonstandoff/2016/…/post_7.h…
    OregonLive.com

    7 days ago – Oregon standoff: Three refuge militants face fresh charges in Nevada … “organize the gunmen” who confronted the BLM agents in Nevada.
    THE LEGAL NET TIGHTENED THURSDAY ON MILITANTS INVOLVED IN ARMED STANDOFFS IN NEVADA AND OREGON AS FEDERAL PROSECUTORS LEVIED FRESH CHARGES AGAINST TWO MORE BUNDY BROTHERS AND 12 OTHERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
    http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2016/03/post_7.html#incart_2box

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  • Public Land Use? Howls of Complaints?

    I received information on, the Public ” HOWLING” on Public Land Use complaints against the feds, in an email from Liz Bowen Pie N Politics in California.

    Public lands ‘listening’ session brings howls of complaints …

    www.deseretnews.com/…/Publiclandslisteningsessionbri
    Deseret News

    15 hours ago – Public landslistening’ session brings howls of complaints against feds.

    17 Comments ». By Amy Joi O’Donoghue, Deseret …

    13 hours ago – Public lands ‘listening’ session brings howls of complaints against feds … Chris Stewart, R-Utah, convened the session in St. George — part of his congressional district — to let county …. Kick the Feds out of our state, period!
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    So, I sent a comment to…..

    Dear Senator Lankford,
    I received the following information in an email from a friend in California. It is an on-going country wide issue.
    We the people have no way of resolving this problem, other than forwarding this information to a concerned, responsive, elected representative in WA DC…..
    the bottom line…
    “Congress is really our last, best hope for solving this.”

    Thank you,
    Pearl Rains Hewett

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    Then… I made a comment on Pie N Politics website

    Pie N Politics | LizBowen.com

    lizbowen.com/?page_id=393

    Pie N Politics. Like many areas of the United States, citizens in Siskiyou County are finding government regulations are destroying their RIGHTS. This includes …
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    my comment to Pie N Politics ….
    If you want an elected federal representative to “LISTEN” to your complaints and respond.. Senator Lankford, is your man.
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    Dear Senator Lankford,
    I received the following information in an email from a friend in California. It is an on-going country wide issue.
    We the people have no way of resolving this problem, other than forwarding this information to a concerned, responsive, elected representative in WA DC……
    the bottom line…
    “Congress is really our last, best hope for solving this.”

    Thank you,
    Pearl Rains Hewett
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    Sent and received by Team Lankford!
    Thanks
    Thank you for reaching out to Team Lankford! Your form has been successfully submitted. Someone on our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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    I have three (3) mostly, usually, unconcerned, unresponsive elected representative in WA DC
    Rep. Derek Kilmer, and Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell.
    And, I have three (3) mostly, usually, unconcerned, unresponsive elected representative in WA State
    Rep. Steve Tharinger, Kevin Van De Wege and Senator Jim Hargrove
    And, I have three (3) mostly, usually, unconcerned, unresponsive elected representative, Commissioners in Clallam County WA.

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    I have been, well… sort of howling at all nine (9) of them, mostly D-WA representatives, sending them emails, and asking them questions for years.. about restricted public and private land use, among other things.

    And, all nine (9) of my elected representatives are mostly D-WA, are mostly, usually, unconcerned and unresponsive. period.

    Like, I might as well have been howling at the moon…

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    Fortunately, My grandson set up this website for me… registered 2013-01-29.
    Today is 2016-01-23, I’ve spent nearly three years researching, documenting and posting over 650 comments on restricted public and private land use, among other things.
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    Well, Like I said….
    IF YOU WANT AN ELECTED FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVE TO “LISTEN” TO YOUR COMPLAINTS AND RESPOND.. SENATOR LANKFORD, IS YOUR GO TO MAN.
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    My comments matter, as a matter of fact… I even got a Christmas card

    (I know a robo card)

    However, the bottom line on Senator Lankford Christmas card is…
    Stay Connected!
    If you would like more information on these topics or any other legislation currently before the U.S. Senate, please do not hesitate to call my D.C. office at (202) 224-5754. My Oklahoma City office can be reached at (405) 231-4941 and my Tulsa office at (918) 581-7651. You can also follow me on Facebook or Twitter or Instagram for updates on my work in Congress.
    —– Original Message —–
    From: Sen. James Lankford
    To: phew@wavecable.com
    Sent: Wednesday, December 23, 2015 7:20 AM
    Subject: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    BACK TO THE HOWLING…

    Public lands ‘listening’ session brings howls of complaints …
    www.deseretnews.com/…/Public-lands-listening-session-bri…

    WHO’S LISTENING?
    Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, Jason Chaffetz R-Utah, Rob Bishop R-Utah, as well as Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Arkansas
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    I received the following information in an email from Liz Bowen Pie N Politics in California.
    full text…
    By Amy Joi O’Donoghue,
    Deseret News
    Published: Friday, Jan. 22 2016 10:00 p.m. MST
    ST. GEORGE — Four U.S. congressmen spent several hours Friday hearing a litany of complaints asserting federal land management agencies are harming families and livelihoods and need to be reigned in — if not eliminated altogether.
    Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, convened the session in St. George — part of his congressional district — to let county leaders and others air their views on federal public lands management in Utah.
    The list of grievances was long: grazing reductions, wild horse and burro overpopulation, agencies colluding with environmental groups in illegal, backdoor meetings, heavy-handed law enforcement tactics and dismissive attitudes by faceless bureaucrats that are harming rural life in Utah.
    “Is there any question or any wonder why people are angry? It seems glaringly obvious to me why people are angry,” Stewart said.
    “It did not used to be this way, and it does not have to be this way in the future.”
    Commissioners from six rural counties in Utah implored Stewart and Reps. Jason Chaffetz and Rob Bishop, R-Utah, as well as Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Arkansas, to fix what’s wrong with the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service, emphasizing they’re at the breaking point.
    “Elected officials have tried to protect their constituents from the overreach the best we can, but it is tough to compete with special interest groups,” said Washington County Commissioner Victor Iverson. “Congress is really our last, best hope for solving this.”
    Iverson and others blasted agencies for “sue and settle” policies that have left Western lands in paralysis for grazing, timber production, ranching and other uses.
    “Range management is more a result of lawsuit than science,” Iverson said. “Special interest groups sue the land management agencies and they agree to settle on terms that do not benefit the general public and are almost never disclosed. … There is an overabundance of failed public policies.”
    Beaver County Commissioner Tammy Pearson described struggling ranchers held hostage by the proliferation of wild horses that are ruining a drought-striken range for cattle, wildlife and other uses.
    Pearson, a rancher herself, said the situation is dire.
    “Producers have exhausted their financial reserves, have lost their faith in federal agencies and have been backed into a corner by those agencies and so-called environmentalists and advocacy groups,”

    she said. “This grief has caused the uprisings that we see in Nevada, Oregon, and quite possibly in Utah.”
    Westerman, who said the BLM does not operate in his state, said it was clear to him there is a problem that has to be addressed.
    “We are all going to have disagreements on something as passionate as how federal public lands are used. It is more the process that I am worried about. Broken promises. Collusion. Lack of trust. Closed door meetings, circumvention of the law and double standards. Those are not the kind of words that are beneficial to our country regardless of what location you are at.”
    Stewart told the crowd he is committed to finding a solution given the realities that are playing out in Utah and elsewhere in the West.
    “You cannot protect Utah families if you don’t give them hope for the future,” he said. “And you can’t give them hope for the future if they feel like the federal government has a boot at their throat.”
    Email: amyjoi@deseretnews.com
    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865646022/Public-lands-listening-session-brings-howls-of-complaints-against-feds.html
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    Congressional committee rails on BLM over Washington …

    WOW Snippets, full text below….

    “These issues are not only important to not only Utah, they are important to the whole country,”

    Members of a congressional subcommittee skewered the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management of Utah Friday over a proposed land use plan they say ignores the will of residents and the letter of a 2009 public lands law for Washington County.

    “We are here because Congress is hearing a crescendo of complaints about

    “We are here to get to the bottom of it.”

    BLM tactics and policies across the country, and St. George seems to be a poster child of BLM bad behavior,” said Tom McClintock, R-California and chairman of the House Natural Resources Federal Subcommittee.

    The agency’s preferred action in the land use plan released last year proposes to reduce grazing by 40 percent in those national conservation areas,

    restrict St. George’s access to up to 37 percent of its water

    and does not include a northern transportation corridor through the Red Cliffs area in Washington County, according to critics.

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    Ful ltext

    Congressional committee rails on BLM over Washington …

    www.deseretnews.com/…/Congressionalcommitteerails-on
    Deseret News

    23 hours ago – Congressional committee rails on BLM over Washington County land … about a Bureau of Land Management proposed land use plan they …

    ST. GEORGE — Members of a congressional subcommittee skewered the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management of Utah Friday over a proposed land use plan they say ignores the will of residents and the letter of a 2009 public lands law for Washington County.

    “We are here because Congress is hearing a crescendo of complaints about

    “We are here to get to the bottom of it.”

    The subcommittee convened the rare field hearing after McClintock said they’d heard a litany of complaints over the BLM’s draft resource management plans proposed for the Beaver Dam Wash and Red Cliffs National Conservation Areas.

    The plan is being crafted as a result of the 2009 Public Lands Omnibus Act, which McClintock said embodied the spirit of compromise and was held up as a model for locally generated public lands planning across the nation.

    “This subcommittee doesn’t normally hold hearings on individual land use plans. But it appears that the BLM, which administers nearly half of the land area of Washington County, has ignored the will of Congress and thumbed its nose at the people whose taxes support this government and whose livelihoods and quality of life are now directly threatened by it.”

    The agency’s preferred action in the land use plan released last year proposes to reduce grazing by 40 percent in those national conservation areas, restrict St. George’s access to up to 37 percent of its water and does not include a northern transportation corridor through the Red Cliffs area in Washington County, according to critics.

    Washington County Commission Chairman Alan Gardner and St. George Mayor Jon Pike both testified at the hearing — held at the Dixie Convention Center in St. George — that they were left out of BLM’s planning process and surprised at the plan’s components when it was released.

    “I would have expected to have had many discussions with the BLM about all of these issues that have been raised today,” Pike said,

    particularly since they concern water rights.

    “I would have liked to have had those conversations before the plan was released.”

    Acting BLM Utah Director Jenna Whitlock defended her agency and disputed the allegation local elected officials were not involved in the planning stages.

    “We really feel like we have a good record,” she said, adding she believes the proposed plan follows the 2009 law.

    The hearing, which was attended by Utah Reps. Jason Chaffetz, Chris Stewart and Rob Bishop, drew sympathetic comments from Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Arkansas, who said these divisive land issues impact everyone.

    “These issues are not only important to not only Utah, they are important to the whole country,” he said, adding that he had read about the controversy 1,000 miles away in his home state. “It appears to me that the law is being ignored, this law passed by Congress. This seems to be a pattern with the BLM. … Do you recognize that you are creating some really bad publicity for the BLM across the country?”

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    I am compelled to insert this comment.

    “If you want to understand why so many people distrust the federal government, this is a good example,” @RepChrisStewart re BLM plans

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    And, this  comment.

    Iverson and others blasted agencies for “sue and settle” policies that have left Western lands in paralysis for grazing, timber production, ranching and other uses.

    The issue of “WILD NON-PROFITS”  undue partisan influence on the US government, is not only important to Utah, the “WILD NON-PROFITS” are a threat to the Public use of public  and private land in the whole country.

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    Friday’s hearing was packed with members of the public sporting “Wild Utah” pins who are supportive of BLM’s planning efforts that are designed to conserve the desert tortoise, which was added to the Endangered Species list in 1990 and conserve desert landscapes.

    Paul Van Dam, one of the witnesses who testified at the subcommittee hearing, said the BLM is a responsive agency and was engaged with the public while it crafted its proposed plan.

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    Really…”If you want to understand why so many people distrust the federal government, this is a good example,” @RepChrisStewart re BLM plans

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    “I have dealt with the BLM for a long time,” said Van Dam, who used to head up the grass-roots environmental organization called Citizens for Dixie’s Future. “My experiences are positive.”

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    Sorry, I can’t resist this one..

    no duh… radical non-profits usually do have a positive experience with the BLM

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    the bottom line…

    “These issues are not only important to not only Utah, they are important to the whole country,”
    Email your comments to Senator Lankford, Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, Jason Chaffetz R-Utah, Rob Bishop R-Utah, as well as Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Arkansas they are are listening..

    Rep. Chris Stewart told the crowd he is committed to finding a solution given the realities that are playing out in Utah and elsewhere in the West.

    “Congress is really our last, best hope for solving this.”
    Thank you,
    Pearl Rains Hewett


  • Go Find Your Park? Is it Under United Nations Control?

    Go Find Your Park? Is it Under United Nations AGENDA 21 Control?

    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    Find Your Park – Centennial (U.S. National Park Service)

    www.nps.gov/subjects/centennial/findyourpark.htm
    National Park Service

    Go to FindYourPark.com to share your heritage. Find Your Park logo … Find Your Park is about more than just national parks! It’s about the National Park Service …

    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES. Everyone finds their park in a different place and in a different way. These stories just might inspire you to find yours.

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    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/find

    There are many ways to find your park, and many places you can find it. Want to know where to start your journey? Browse by State or Search. Close. Search …

    Find A Park Experience

    IN 1995 THE WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE PLACED YELLOW STONE NATIONAL PARK 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND ON “THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST” (continued below)

    BELOW IS A COMPLETE LIST OF AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS AND SITES THAT HAVE BEEN PLACED UNDER AGENDA 21 UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL CONTROL, SIMPLY BY BEING DESIGNATED UNDER UNESCO, AS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE, MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE SITES . 

    THE LATEST ADDITION? San Antonio Missions

    IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT, THE ALAMO AND THE  MISSIONS OF SAN ANTONIO WERE ALREADY PROTECTED BY A PLETHORA OF LAWS, FEDERAL LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, TEXAS STATE LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ORDINANCES, AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, AND DEED RESTRICTIONS.

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    THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS INCLUDING “THE ALAMO” WAS AWARDED WORLD HERITAGE STATUS FROM UNESCO ON JULY 5, 2015?

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    THE DESIGNATIONS, ANNOUNCED SUNDAY, MARK THE FIRST TIME THAT A TEXAS SITE HAS BEEN DEEMED OF “OUTSTANDING CULTURAL OR NATURAL IMPORTANCE TO THE COMMON HERITAGE OF HUMANITY” BY UNESCO, THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION.

    IN JANUARY 2015 IN RESPONSE TO THE UNESCO NOMINATION, REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.

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    UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION San Antonio Missions DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL.
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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY ON FOREIGN CONTROL..

    Heritage Area Designations | Another Land Grab U.N. …

    securetherepublic.com/…/heritage-area-designations-another-land-grab-u…

    Aug 29, 2013 –Heritage Area Designations Another U.N. Agenda 21 Land GrabWorld Heritage Area Sites – are under United Nations Educational, …

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    SEPTEMBER 8, 1978. YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK AN AREA OF 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC PARK LAND BECAME A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE

    IN 1995 THE WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE PLACED YELLOW STONE NATIONAL PARK 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND ON “THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST”

    YELLOWSTONE’S ADDITION TO THE ENDANGERED LIST WAS PRIMARILY A RESULT OF THE CONCERN OVER THE PRIVATE LAND USE OF THE NEW WORLD MINE.

    A UNITED NATIONS “BUFFER ZONE SCHEME” WAS PROPOSED PLACING A BUFFER ZONE AROUND, OUTSIDE OF, AND BEYOND YELLOW STONE 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND…

    A UNITED NATIONS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE CREATED BUFFER ZONE DID TAKE THE PRIVATE PROPERTY, OF NORANDA, INC. CROWN BUTTE MINES BY AFTER BEING DESIGNATED AS A WORLD HERITAGE SITE.
    WOW.. BE ADVISED,  HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN 2016? IS IT ON THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST? IS YOUR PUBLIC PARK LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY IN DANGER OF BEING SUCKED IN TO AND BEING CONFISCATED BY A BUFFER ZONE OUTSIDE OF YOUR PARK?

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    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/

    A park can be many different things to many different people. Watch the … MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES … Share your story to inspire others to find theirs.

    Share Your Story …
    MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES. Everyone finds their park in a different place and in a different way. These stories just might inspire you to find yours.
    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/find

    There are many ways to find your park, and many places you can find it. Want to know where to start your journey? Browse by State or Search. Close. Search …

    Find A Park Experience?

    THE NEARLY ONE MILLION ACRES OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
    HUGE SWATHS OF WORLD HERITAGE UN AGENDA 21, UNESCO BUFFER ZONES FOR TAKING PRIVATE PROPERTY HAVE BEEN PROPOSED AROUND AND IN ADDITION TO THE NEARLY ONE MILLION ACRES OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
    IS YOUR AMERICAN NATIONAL PARK PUBLIC LAND AND ADDITIONAL PRIVATE LAND UNDER UNESCO GLOBAL UNITED NATIONS “WORLD HERITAGE” CONTROL?

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    Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in …

    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2010/Jun/olympic_park.html

    Citizen Review Online features news and commentary to people who believe … Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in closing off more land and water … June 16, 2010 … This is straight out of the United Nations Agenda 21.Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in …
    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2010/Jun/olympic_park.html
    Jun 16, 2010 – This is not surprising, since the Olympic National Park holds two UN … Interestingly, THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA IS LOCATED RIGHT WITHIN THE BUFFER ZONE of this biosphere … In addition to the proposed enlargement of the Olympic National Park, … tens of thousands of acres around Lake Ozette, Richmond reported.
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    BUFFER ZONES? MORE LIKE THE NEW WORLD ORDER OF TH UN AGENDA 21?

    [PDF]Yellowstone National Park v. the New World Mine – Berkeley …

    scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1539…elq
    by P Dykstra – ‎1997 – ‎Cited by 17 – ‎Related articles

    contact jcera@law.berkeley.edu. Recommended Citation. Peter Dykstra, Defining the Mother Lode: Yellowstone National Park v. the New World Mine, …
    BUFFER ZONES: A Method To Defend Yellowstone from the New W orld M ine … In 1872, the creation of Yellowstone National Park (hereinafter. Yellowstone, or the …
    BUFFER ZONES: The authors of this definition emphasized that the first priority was the protected area, and the interests of the local citizens should be secondary.

    Part II proposes A BUFFER ZONE management scheme to help protect Yellowstone.
    Part III examines how buffer zones might be implemented near Yellowstone under existing law.

    Part IV discusses THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION AND YELLOWSTONE’S STATUS ASA WORLD HERITAGE SITE IN DANGER as an incentive for buffer zone protection.

    A GLOBAL BUFFER ZONE ONBOTH PUBLIC PAK LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY Noranda, Inc. Crown Butte Mines? Along with President Clinton, members of both Houses of Congress spoke out against the New World Mine.

    Find Your Park – Centennial (U.S. National Park Service)
    www.nps.gov/subjects/centennial/findyourpark.htm
    National Park Service
    The National Park Service invites you to find your park! In celebration of the 100th birthday of the National Park Service in 2016, we are launching a movement to …
    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING
    SINCE THE BEGINNING 1872, AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARK LANDS WERE ENACTED AND CREATED FOR THE USE BENEFIT AND ENJOYMENT OF WE THE PEOPLE. OUR NATIONAL PARKS LANDS ARE OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE.
    1872 Yellowstone National Park By the Act of March 1, 1872, Congress established Yellowstone National Park in the Territories of Montana and Wyoming “AS A PUBLIC PARK OR PLEASURING-GROUND FOR THE BENEFIT AND ENJOYMENT OF THE PEOPLE” and national parks can be created only through such acts.
    100 YEARS LATER AFTER, DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.
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    100 YEARS LATER….SINCE 1972 CONTINUING IN 2016
    AMERICA’S PROMISED LANDS HAVE BEEN GIVEN, BY THE US GOVERNMENT, TO THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNITED NATIONS
    BY FAR THE WORST GOVERNMENT TAKING OF AMERICAN’S PROMISED PUBLIC LAND IS, AND CONTINUES TO BE, TO AND FOR THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL UNESCO, AGENDA 21, WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SINCE 1972
    BY HOOK OR BY CROOK, ONE WAY OR ANOTHER, THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AT EVERY LEVEL, HAS CONTINUED TO TAKE AMERICAN’S DESIGNATED PUBLIC LAND RIGHTS AWAY FROM THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
    IN SPITE OF…
    Behind My Back | The ENABLING ACT February 22, 1889
    www.behindmyback.org/2014/03/…/the-enabling-act-february-22-1889/
    Mar 9, 2014 – Way back then, the Federal Government and the elected representative gave to and enabled American citizens, they made donations of public …
    Moving forward 125 years, “We the People” of Washington State, are in a battle with the Federal and state Governments and our elected representative struggling to preserve, protect, maintain the use of, intent and purpose of the public lands that were given to us in TRUST.
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    DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.

    The Bundy Family and Armed Resistance to ‘Government …
    www.breitbart.com/…/the-bundy-family-and-armed-resistance-t…
    Breitbart
    Jan 3, 2016 – Bundy Standoff in Nevada … BUNKERVILLE, NEVADA—The Bundy Ranch roundup has …. The Bundy ranch has filled that role for many.
    THE TAKEOVER AT MALHEUR WAS THE LATEST FLARE-UP IN THE SO-CALLED SAGEBRUSH REBELLION, A DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.
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    THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, REQUESTING, FUNDING, ALLOWING AND GIVING OUR AMERICAN NATIONAL PARKS AND OTHER AMERICAN HERITAGE SITES TO THE UNITED NATIONS, FOR THE UNITED NATION WORLD HERITAGE SITES, FOR THE UNITED NATIONS MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE, PUTTING OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE PUBLIC LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY UNDER THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNESCO.
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    WOW, AND EXACTLY WHO IS FUNDING THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD HERITAGE SITES?
    Most of its income from COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS from countries
    INDEED, THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS IS LEGISLATING AND AMERICAN TAXPAYERS ARE PAYING FOR THE COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD HERITAGE SITES
    MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF AMERICAN TAXPAYER MONEY PAYING FOR COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNITED NATION UNESCO, FOR WORLD HERITAGE SITES AS REQUIRED BY LAW OR A RULE; OBLIGATORY. INVOLVING OR EXERCISING COMPULSION; COERCIVE.
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    THE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF WORLD HERITAGE SITES wouldn’t be possible without the financial resources to meet World Heritage needs. Sources of income include the World Heritage Fund, WHICH RECEIVES MOST OF ITS INCOME FROM COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS FROM COUNTRIES (States Parties) and from voluntary contributions. Other sources of income include profits derived from sales of World Heritage publications, or funds-in-trust that are donated by countries for specific purposes.
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    AMERICA’S WORLD HERITAGE SITES UNDER THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNITED NATIONS UNESCO
    DESIGNATED U.S. WORLD HERITAGE SITES BY THE UNITED NATIONS, JOINING OTHER KEY LANDMARKS SUCH AS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY, PHILADELPHIA’S INDEPENDENCE HALL, YELLOWSTONE AND GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARKS AND MONTICELLO, THOMAS JEFFERSON’S VIRGINIA HOME……

    THE LATEST? San Antonio Missions
    THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS INCLUDING “THE ALAMO” WAS AWARDED WORLD HERITAGE STATUS FROM UNESCO ON JULY 5, 2015.
    In addition to the Alamo, the newly designated “world heritage” shrines include missions at Concepción, San Jose, San Juan and Espada, all in San Antonio.
    THE DESIGNATIONS, ANNOUNCED SUNDAY, MARK THE FIRST TIME THAT A TEXAS SITE HAS BEEN DEEMED OF “OUTSTANDING CULTURAL OR NATURAL IMPORTANCE TO THE COMMON HERITAGE OF HUMANITY” BY UNESCO, THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION.

    United States of America

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    WORLD HERITAGE San Antonio Missions
    THE SITE ENCOMPASSES
    A GROUP OF FIVE FRONTIER MISSION COMPLEXES SITUATED ALONG A STRETCH OF THE SAN ANTONIO RIVER BASIN IN SOUTHERN TEXAS,
    AS WELL AS A RANCH LOCATED 37 KILOMETRES TO THE SOUTH.
    IT INCLUDES ARCHITECTURAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES,
    FARMLANDS, RESIDENCIES, CHURCHES AND GRANARIES,
    AS WELL AS WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.
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    THE MISSIONS’ PHYSICAL REMAINS COMPRISE A RANGE OF ARCHITECTURAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES INCLUDING FARMLANDS (LABORES), CATTLE GROUNDS (RANCHOS), RESIDENCES, CHURCHES, GRANARIES, WORKSHOPS, KILNS, WELLS, PERIMETER WALLS AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.
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    THE MISSIONS OF SAN ANTONIO WERE ALREADY PROTECTED BY A PLETHORA OF LAWS, FEDERAL LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, TEXAS STATE LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ORDINANCES, AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, AND DEED RESTRICTIONS.
    IN JANUARY 2015 IN RESPONSE TO THE UNESCO NOMINATION, REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.
    UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL.
    HOW STUPID DO THE UNESCO OFFICIALS THINK THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN TEXAS ARE?
    WORD GETS AROUND IN CYBERSPACE
    AND, YOU CAN KEEP YOUR DOCTOR?
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    HOW STUPID DO WA DC ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE THINK WE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE?
    2015 UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL?
    WHY EVERY AMERICAN TAXPAYING CITIZEN SHOULD OBJECT TO EVERY SQUARE INCH OF AMERICA’S PROMISED PUBLIC LAND BEING GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS
    PERHAPS THIS WILL REFRESH OUR WA DC ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE MEMORY…
    OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK WAS GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS IN 1976
    AS A WILD UNESCO, UN WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND A U.N. MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE.
    IN 1988, CONGRESS DESIGNATED 95% OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK AS WILDERNESS. …

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    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.
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    REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.
    WHY WOULD ANY ONE INTRODUCED LEGISLATION TO BAN ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING PUBLIC LAND BEING GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE?
    WORD ABOUT FOREIGN GLOBAL CONTROL GETS AROUND IN CYBERSPACE
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    THE 2016 UNESCO EDITION OF AGENDA 21, WILL FOCUS MAINLY ON ISSUES DEALING WITH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, PARTICULARLY IN URBAN AREAS. THIS EVENT WILL GATHER MORE THAN 800 PARTICIPANTS FROM THE FIELDS OF “HERITAGE CONSERVATION”, archaeology, architecture and urban planning, engineering, social sciences, AS WELL AS FIELDS RELATED TO LOCAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CRISIS INTERVENTION.

    THE UNESCO CONGRESS IS ORGANISED UNDER THE AEGIS OF THE ISCEAH COMMITTEE OF ICOMOS INTERNATIONAL, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE EARTHEN ARCHITECTURE PROGRAMME (WHEAP).
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  • Bundy Letter May 2, 2014

    Pie N Politics Siskiyou County, California

    BUNDY RANCH

    BUNKERVILLE NEVADA

    Letter Read by Ammon Bundy at the Clark County Sheriff Precinct, May 2, 2014

     As we have had the opportunity to reflect on the events that took place between March 26th and April 12th, 2014-we have experienced feelings of concern, confusion, fear, anger, sadness and joy.

    Our peaceful community has been shaken. In many ways, we are still processing the magnitude of what took place. We ask ourselves so many questions; did the federal government really come into this valley and terrorize our community?

    Did hundreds of armed forces, in Red Dawn fashion, lock down the hills and valleys of our peaceful home-threatening at gunpoint, anyone who stepped off the paved road, with forceful and lethal action?

    Did we really see armed forces convoying through the streets of our town, diligently recording names and identities of anyone who glanced wrong or opposed them in any way?

    Was there really heavy equipment in the form of dump trucks and backhoes, on our mountains, tearing up infrastructure that we have used for hundreds of years, and is vital to our survival? Were we truly in the cross-hairs of snipers, and under surveillance by the latest in technological weapons?

    Did these forces actually point their rifles in the faces of our little children, while beating their unarmed fathers to the dirt and hauling them off in chains?

    Did they really body-slam our friend, a 59 year old woman to the ground, and sic German Shepherds on our neighbors-even a pregnant woman?

    Did they actually shock a man multiple times with a 50,000 volt Taser for honorably protecting his aunt, while she gathered herself out of the dust?

    We reflect in sadness and awe that this could take place in our little town. The terror of armed men occupying our land will never be forgotten. The feelings of despair of these events will long reside in our hearts. Thoughts of anxiousness that this may ever happen again, will awaken us from our pillows from time to time.

    During quiet reflection, we may ask ourselves if we did the right thing by resisting. Were we in the right when we acted to safeguard ourselves? When the only response to our multiple pleas for help was silence, when we were left alone to clean our cuts and wounds, did we have a divine right, duty, and obligation to protect our family and ourselves?

    We recall the many times we pleaded with our local government to protect us; the numerous times we called 911, and begged our Sheriff to send his deputies to assist. Our cries of distress were met with silence. We ask ourselves, “Did we try hard enough to get our local government and law enforcement to act as a buffer and perform their duty to protect and serve?”

    Were the hundreds of phone calls not enough, or is it just that our elected leaders and Sheriff have forsaken the people in trade for power and money? We whole-heartedly want to believe that our Sheriff would not abandon us, but where has his shielding influence been?

    Why was he not here to represent and protect the very men, women and children of his county that he swore an oath for? Why did he stand silent and neutral, knowing our community was in terror? What was his motivation of inaction; was it fear of the federal government or political reprisal from powerful politicians?

    The scars of this traumatic event will heal over time. We hope our community will eventually return to a sense of normalcy. We fervently hope and pray that these heavy-handed tactics will not be used on us or any other American ever again. We wonder if our hopes will be in vain; will they return?

    Will they come back with greater force and more cunning tactics than before? Will our Sheriff keep his oath this time, and use his lawful forces to stop them, or will the people be left to their own protection? Will the good people of this nation yet again have to come running to the rescue of a neighbor?

    Will veterans, retired police force, churches, businesses, families and individuals have to unite once again to confront these acts of governmental terror upon the American people?

    Will our local government rouse themselves from disaffection and intervene-protecting the people? Will they stop fearing to do the right thing and come to the realization that the people are more important than a government agency? Will they fight for the rights of the state and her people?

    They must stop putting personal gain and advancement in front of the rights of citizens.

    They need to recognize, that as our elected representatives, they have more power than those governing in brute force, as they have the might of the people of this state backing them. With that power we invest in them, they have the obligation to safeguard our livelihoods, combat forces of fear, and protect our lives with their own.

    A few weeks ago, our community was in a state of innocence and naivety. We felt safe and mostly kept to ourselves. We thought the world’s problems would only affect us through television, and could be shut off with the push of a button.

    Our innocence has left us now, we have experienced first-hand the breath of force upon our necks. We have gasped in desperation as our lives and agency were threatened. Our cries have been ignored by our guardians in the next room.

    We faced a choice-either lie down and submit helplessly in defeat, or bite, scratch, and fight until help would come. We are eternally and profoundly grateful for the many heroic neighbors who heard our desperate cries and crashed through the windows to rescue.

    We additionally thank the thousands that came from every States in this great nation, and stood in front of raised guns in our defense, and for the hope that those same guns would never come to their doors and their families.

    We are grateful for those that arrived with pen and camera, those that arrived with faith and prayers, and those that arrived with fist and gun. The variety of support from all walks of life has shown that this was an event that truly touched the good hearts of many Americans.

    We cannot thank you all enough-you have restored our faith in the goodness of the American people. Our message to all, is that it is time to make things right. It is time to adhere to the supreme law of the land-The Constitution of the United States.

    It is time to understand right, stand for what’s right, and do whatever it takes to make it right. We must continue the vision of our Founding Fathers in preserving the freedoms of the American people and the sovereign rights of the States.

    A nation can never abandon its fate to an authority it cannot control.

    Men must decide if their rights and freedoms are God-granted or are assigned by a federal government. We believe in the rule of laws and sustain a limited government. May God bless us to protect this sacred instrument.

    Thank you,
    The Bundy Family

    Please Forward to friends and family.

    http://pienpolitics.com/?p=20491

    Scott Valley Protect Our Water – POW – in Siskiyou County, California


  • Back to 1754 on the Bundy Ranch

    Back to 1754 on the Bundy Ranch

    Indeed, the United States Government has reverted back to 1754

    With civil disobedience resulting in coercive and intolerable acts, and armed conflict resulting in dissidents being proclaimed rebels

    snippets from THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION etc.

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    2014 coercive and intolerable acts, and armed conflict?

     U.S. Bureau of Land Management, SEIZED BUNDY’S  COWS.

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    Bundy and his wife, Carol, say they believe armed federal agents committed assaults, illegally blocked roads, harassed photographers, used attack dogs, pointed weapons and threatened people during the confrontation.

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    “We believe that the BLM men who pointed guns at over 1,000 people … committed a criminal act and that the Clark County sheriff’s office should be required to investigate

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    2014 With civil disobedience?

     OUTSIDE of THE FREE SPEECH ZONE by proclaimed rebels

    Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy called for his supporters and witnesses of a tense April 12 standoff beneath an Interstate 15 overpass to file complaints against U.S. Bureau of Land Management police that he accuses of illegally threatening civilians.

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    2014 Resulting in dissidents being proclaimed rebels?

    Senate Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada branded Bundy supporters who pointed weapons at federal agents “domestic terrorists.”

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    2014 Resulting in collaboration  to help solve mutual local problems themselves?

    Militia members continue to live in camps along a state highway leading to Bundy’s ranch in the Virgin River valley. They say they’ll stay until Cliven Bundy tells them to leave.

     Well-armed BLM police backed down while facing militia members with side arms and military-style AR-15 and AK-47 and other rifles

    Openly carrying a pistol or rifle is legal in Nevada, and permit holders can carry concealed weapons.

    Rancher is taking grazing fight to Vegas sheriff

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    2014  SHIFTED TOWARD INDEPENDENCE AND HOW TO ACHIEVE IT?

    Now that the Government of the United States  has reverted back to 1754

    WITH CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE RESULTING IN COERCIVE AND INTOLERABLE ACTS, AND ARMED CONFLICT RESULTING IN DISSIDENTS BEING PROCLAIMED REBELS

    The U.S. Government better go back to the WA DC drawing board and rethink their strategy.

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    REMEMBER What happened in 1775 to ACHIEVE  INDEPENDENCE?

    1775 SHIFTED TOWARD INDEPENDENCE AND HOW TO ACHIEVE IT with events outpacing communications, the Second Continental Congress began acting as the provisional government to run THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR

    “The Revolutionary War” War breaks out. April 19, 1775. The first shots of the Revolutionary War are fired at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts.

    MY HERO PAUL REVERE

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    read on for American HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF….

    THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION papers were written OVER THE NEXT TWO DECADES

    from 1754 to 1774 by our American forefathers.

    The political push to increase cooperation among the then-loyal colonies BEGAN WITH THE ALBANY CONGRESSIN 1754 and Benjamin Franklin’s  proposed intercolonial,  collaboration  to help solve mutual local problems themselves; the Articles of Confederation would bear some resemblance to it. OVER THE NEXT TWO DECADES, SOME OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS IT ADDRESSED would strengthen and others would weaken, particularly the degree of deserved loyalty to the crown.

    WITH CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE RESULTING IN COERCIVE AND INTOLERABLE ACTS, AND ARMED CONFLICT RESULTING IN DISSIDENTS BEING PROCLAIMED REBELS

     and outside the King’s protection, any loyalty remaining

     SHIFTED TOWARD INDEPENDENCE AND HOW TO ACHIEVE IT.

     In 1775, with events outpacing communications, the Second Continental Congress began acting as the provisional government to run THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR

    AND GAIN THE COLONIES THEIR COLLECTIVE INDEPENDENCE.

    THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION

     formally the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, was an agreement among the 13 founding states that established the United States of America as a confederation of SOVEREIGN STATES AND SERVED AS ITS FIRST CONSTITUTION. Its drafting by the Continental Congress began in mid-1776, and an approved version was sent to the states for ratification in late 1777. THE FORMAL RATIFICATION BY ALL 13 STATES WAS COMPLETED IN EARLY 1781.

     Even when not yet ratified, the Articles provided domestic and international legitimacy FOR THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS TO DIRECT “THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR”, conduct diplomacy with Europe and deal with territorial issues and Native American relations. Nevertheless, the weakness of the government created by the Articles became a matter of concern for key nationalists

     On March 4, 1789, general government under the Articles was replaced with the federal government under The United States Constitution The new Constitution provided for a much stronger federal government with a chief executive (the president), courts, and taxing powers.

    What were these things? That  the American people wanted? needed? or necessary?

    SOVEREIGNTY IN EARLY 1781, FREEDOM, LIFE LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

    “The United States Constitution” March 4, 1789

    “The Revolutionary War” War breaks out. April 19, 1775. The first shots of the Revolutionary War are fired at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts.

    “The Declaration of Independence” IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America

    “The Bill of Rights” came into effect as Constitutional Amendments on December 15, 1791

    THE BILL OF RIGHTS is the collective name for the first ten amendments to The United States Constitution. Proposed to assuage the fears of Anti-Federalists who had opposed Constitutional ratification, these amendments guarantee a number of personal freedoms, limit the government’s power in judicial and other proceedings, and reserve some powers to the states and the public. While originally the amendments applied only to the federal government, most of their provisions have since been extended to the states by way of THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT  , a process known as incorporation

    THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT  July 9, 1868

    to the Constitution was ratified on July 9, 1868, and granted citizenship to “all persons born or naturalized in the United States,” which included former slaves recently freed. in addition, it forbids states from denying any person “life, liberty or property, without due process of law” or to “deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” By directly mentioning the role of the states, the 14th Amendment greatly expanded the protection of civil rights to all Americans and is cited in more litigation than any other amendment.

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    THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION

     formally the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, was an agreement among the 13 founding states

     that established the United States of America as a confederation of SOVEREIGN STATES AND SERVED AS ITS FIRST CONSTITUTION.

     Its drafting by the Continental Congress began in mid-1776, and an approved version was sent to the states for ratification in late 1777. THE FORMAL RATIFICATION BY ALL 13 STATES WAS COMPLETED IN EARLY 1781.

     Even when not yet ratified, the Articles provided domestic and international legitimacy FOR THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS TO DIRECT “THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR”


  • The Sagebrush Rebellion


    The Sagebrush Rebellion

    U.S. News and World Report
    December 1, 1980

    DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THE SAGEBRUSH REBELLION?

    EDUCATE AND INFORM THE WHOLE MASS OF THE PEOPLE..

    THEY ARE THE ONLY SURE RELIANCE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LIBERTY

    Thomas Jefferson

    “WE’VE BEEN ROBBED BLIND FOR 100 YEARS BY MISMANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL LANDS”

    The Sagebrush Rebellion


    Angry citizens here in the American West are banking on Ronald Reagan’s presidential victory to quell a range war that is now raging from Alaska to New Mexico. This 20th-century conflict, known as the Sagebrush Rebellion, pits ranchers, loggers, miners and others against Washington bureaucrats in a fight over the West’s land, water and mineral resources.

     

    Westerners hope that this support will translate into a number of concessions: Greater control over federal timber and grazing lands, more federally financed water projects and an easing of government red tape and bureaucratic nit-picking, along with repeal of unpopular laws such as the 55-mileper-hour speed limit. Seeds of conflict. During President Carter’s years in the White House, relations between the West and the federal government have deteriorated to the point where widespread resentment has flared into open conflict.

    Named for the fragrant bush that abounds in the area, the Sagebrush Rebellion began as a fight over the federal government’s vast land holdings and now encompasses almost any issue that causes friction between Washington and the West. “The Sagebrush Rebellion is an extremely complex, controversial and emotional bundle of issues,” observes Utah Governor Scott Matheson.

    Tactics in the conflict range from legal challenges of Washington’s authority to outright defiance of federal laws. Irate Alaskans burned an airplane belonging to the National Park Service. Legislatures in Nevada, New Mexico, Washington, Wyoming, Utah and Arizona have passed laws laying claim to millions of acres of federal land inside their borders. In one of the boldest actions, Alaskan voters approved a proposal setting up a special statehood commission to “reconsider and recommend appropriate changes,” a move viewed as the start of a quixotic attempt to secede from the Union.

    Although Westerners themselves often disagree sharply on these issues, they are unified on one point: A belief that the region’s destiny is being dictated by outsiders who do not understand the West and view it as a dumping ground for problems Eastern states are unwilling to accept. Examples:

    • Ranchers claim that overzealous environmentalists have made the mountains and deserts safer for coyotes than for livestock.
    • The 55-mile-per-hour speed limit may save lives and fuel in the East, area residents say, but it is unneeded in lightly populated areas of the West where it may take a rancher hours to reach the nearest town.
    • Private landowners complain that they often are denied access to their property because it is surrounded by federal land.
    • Alaska Governor Jay Hammond voices outrage over federal efforts to ban oil exploration in the Arctic Wildlife Range, believed to hold billions of barrels of oil, while preparing to lease drilling tracts in Kodiak and Bristol bays, which are two of the nation’s richest fishing areas. “Onshore technology is far more advanced and safe than offshore,” argues the governor. “Why don’t we first do that which we know best how to do?”
    • Timber companies report being forced to lay off loggers for lack of access to federal forests where trees are rotting on the ground. Lumber operators also sneer at the U.S. Forest Service’s recent practice of letting “naturally caused” forest fires burn freely while fighting blazes that are caused by humans.

    Controversy between the West and the federal government is nothing new. The region has depended on, but resented, Washington involvement in its activities since the first settlers arrived more than 150 years ago. Problems, however, have intensified under Carter, who failed to carry a single Western state in 1976 and 1980, with the exception of Hawaii. Many Westerners contend that the President has punished the region’s lack of political support by halting work on vital water projects, hiking fees for grazing cattle on public land and attempting to break up large farms irrigated by federal water systems. Administration officials retort that they are simply trying to halt pork-barrel political practices that benefit a few wealthy ranchers, farmers and corporations in the West at the expense of taxpayers everywhere.

    At the heart of the controversy is the land. The federal government owns more than half the land in the West, 700 million acres that include 96 percent of Alaska, 81 percent of Nevada, 66 percent of Utah, 64 percent of Idaho, 53 percent of Oregon, 48 percent of Wyoming, 36 percent of Colorado.

    “This vast federal holding means we are not our own landlords,” says Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm. “We cannot control our own destiny.”

    Adds Arizona State Senator Anne Lindeman of Phoenix: “Everybody thinks that the Sagebrush Rebellion is just for the benefit of cattlemen. The basic concern is that people here have nothing to say about the large hunks of federally owned and managed lands.”

    The last straw. The spark that ignited the revolt was the 1976 Federal Land Policy and Management Act, which says that public land must be kept in perpetual trust by the federal government. The legislation dashed Western hopes that the U.S. would gradually turn control of public lands over to local governments, which residents argue could do a better job of managing public land than bureaucrats stationed in Washington. “We’ve been robbed blind for 100 years by mismanagement of federal lands,” declares Huey Johnson, director of California’s Resources Agency.

    Adds Nevada Assemblyman Dean Rhoads, one of the leaders of the rebellion: “It’s worth noting that virtually all Western states are healthy financially, none with a budget deficit. Yet we are told that the federal government, with a debt the human mind cannot even comprehend, can better afford to manage the land.”

    Environmentalists, including some Westerners, express fears that if Washington gave free rein to local governments, the West would be ravaged by what Interior Secretary Cecil Andrus calls the “rape-and-ruin boys,” real-estate developers, mining firms and lumber companies.

    “State officials, regardless of good intentions, would find it hard to resist the overwhelming pressure to sell off the public land,” warns Andrus.

    More disturbing than federal land ownership, in the eyes of many Westerners, is increasing government restriction on uses of public lands. In the past four years, the Carter administration and Congress have placed 37.8 million acres of land in parks, wilderness areas, wildlife refuges and other categories that ban or curtail commercial development. Also, Congress has just approved legislation that restricts development on another 104 million acres in Alaska. Tightened enforcement of federal environmental rules and laws protecting endangered species of wildlife is further shrinking the amount of land available for farming, ranching, mining and timbering. Compounding the squeeze are sharp population increases in most of the states of the region‹including growths in the last decade of 25.5 percent in Colorado, 38 percent in Arizona, 29 percent in Utah and 22 percent in New Mexico.

    All over the West, business and civic groups are springing up to fight attempts to place more land off limits for developers. In Idaho, Sagebrush Rebellion, Inc., a business group, is battling a proposal to expand the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. The refuge, one of the largest nesting grounds for eagles, hawks and falcons in the U.S., has grown from 26,000 acres in 1971 to 539,000 acres in 1977. Now, Washington is attempting to add another 300,000 acres, an expansion that would idle some 159,000 acres of irrigated cropland.

    “Further expansion of this area is not only unnecessary, but it will seriously encroach upon productive farmlands and generate a negative impact on the local economy,” declares Representative George Hansen (R-Idaho).

    In Nevada, citizens are up in arms over plans to base the controversial MX-missile system in their states. Opponents contend that the 24,000 square miles needed for the project would displace-many ranchers and farmers and preclude development of energy and mineral resources.

    Many Westerners maintain that they would not object so strongly to fed were not accompanied by what they see as red tape, bureaucratic bungling and needless interference in daily activities of those who depend on the land for a livelihood. Charlie Lee, a third-generation rancher in New Mexico who leases more than 90,000 acres of federal land complains that bureaucrats now tell him how many cattle to run, where to pasture them and where, when and what type of windmills, fences and corrals he can build.

    “When the feds take control to that extent, the ranch operator is no longer necessary‹he’s a federal-government caretaker,” laments Lee.

    Adds Colorado’s Lamm: “What the federal government fails to do is differentiate between its role as landlord and its role as sovereign. They [government bureaucrats] can’t figure out whether they’re landlord or king.”

    Burned out. In one case that has attracted widespread resentment, Gerald Chaffin, a contractor, was forced to burn his home of 10 years near Midwest, Wyo., after the Bureau of Land Management discovered that it was on government land. BLM officials said the house was illegally built 47 years ago. Chaffin and his wife were the third owners. Nevertheless, he was ordered to remove all traces of the house by October 31 or face an 18-month prison sentence and a $6,000 fine. Unable to pay for its removal, Chaffin doused the house with gasoline and set it afire.

    All this will change, Westerners hope, with Reagan sitting in the White House. During a campaign stop in Idaho Falls, Idaho, he pledged: “The next administration won’t treat the West as if it were not worthy of attention. The next administration will reflect the values and goals of the Sagebrush Rebellion. Indeed, we can turn the Sagebrush Rebellion into the Sagebrush Solution.”