Tag: private property

EPA harassment of disabled Vietnam vet worse than previously reported–Here’s why

Posted by in Environmental extremism, Federal Abuse, Government Abuse

Robertson’s second trial resulted in his conviction on charges of violating EPA regulations. In what is becoming another increasingly common corruption of the Constitution, the guilty verdict forced Robertson out of his home and into a trailer because his wife keeps a gun safe in their home and, as a convicted felon, he is not allowed to have access to firearms!

EPA aims to bankrupt and jail Vietnam veteran over his private stock ponds

Posted by in Environmental extremism, EPA, Federal Overreach

Mr. Robertson did not harm the environment, he actually improved it. However, the government did not control these actions, and therefore, seems intent on sending that message.

Russian Uranium cash behind Clinton/Obama war on Western ranchers

Posted by in Corruption, Natural Resources, Ranching

The sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States.

Shocking footage of Oregon BLM agents starting fires near corrals, ranch house

Posted by in Bureau of Land Management, Federal Control, Wildfires

The resulting conflagration destroyed several buildings, including at least one house, and killed over 80 head of cattle.

You can’t make this stuff up, EPA says rocks are pollutants, threatens millions in fines

Posted by in Environmental extremism, Federal Abuse

Bill Case is being accused of “discharging pollutants” into the North Santiam River by the EPA.

The Secret BLM Plan to Close Off 140 Million Acres

Posted by in Environmentalism, Federal Agency Overreach, Public Lands

The BLM, in concert with other agencies such as the National Park Service and Forest Service, plans to shut off roughly 1/10 of open American lands to human activity.

Who Really Owns the West?

Posted by in Public Lands, Western Resources

There’s a marked difference between the amount of federally owned land between one border state and another, such as Montana (29.9 percent) and North Dakota (just 2.7 percent), even though both states entered the Union in the same year — 1889.

What does the Endangered Species Act Really Protect?

Posted by in Agenda 21, Endangered Species, Environmentalism

While species conservation usually conjures images of furry woodland creatures, plant life are also among those under federal protection. Mead’s Milkweed has been listed as “threatened” since 1988 due to habitat destruction, the advancement of invasive species consumption by weevils, deer and cattle, just to name a few factors. But there’s a kicker: The feds aren’t really even sure if things are getting better.

Obama Exerts More Control Over Energy-rich Private and State Lands

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Economy, Endangered Species, Fracking

President Obama could enact the plans in this memo with just the stroke of a pen, without any input from the communities affected by it.

Private Property is the Real “Endangered Species” in Federal Land Grab

Posted by in National Parks, Public Lands, Western Resources

Environmentalists and an aggressive federal government are trying to remove ranchers from federal lands they have used for generations.

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