Month: December 2015
Witnesses highlighted examples of flagrant intimidation met by citizens who refuse to surrender their constitutional rights, land and water rights, grazing permits and other multiple-use benefits.
I remember Christmases when I was at war, two in Vietnam and one in El Salvador, saying without prejudice that it is just not the same celebrating that holiday of holidays with the locals, and with GIs just as lonely as one’s self.
Federal lands should provide a rich source of revenues to benefit the public, but they are instead a fiscal burden on taxpayers.
The federal government for years has been using Americans’ tax dollars to pay for its own PR through carefully coordinated marketing campaigns, to the tune of billions of dollars.
The moths and bugworms won’t recognize jurisdictional boundaries. If the federal government won’t treat the largest single portion of the infected region, tree-killing bugs are likely to migrate into neighboring properties.
In October I received a letter asking for clarification of my request. I clarified and resubmitted. In November I received a phone call asking for further clarification of my request, which I offered in verbal and written form
Burning coal to generate electricity releases small amounts of mercury–far less than natural sources of mercury such as volcanoes, wildfires, dust and the oceans.
Within the hearts of some members of the LDS Church, (Mormon), there is a separation of their opinions and activities from the Word of God.