William F. Jasper
Through no fault of their own, farmers, ranchers, and landholders are finding themselves jailed, fined, or otherwise penalized by government — with nothing they can do about it.
Videos: BLM arsonists shown setting fires that burn cattle, range, hay, fences, corrals, and endangering human residents; ranchers tell a side of the story ignored by media
Rancher LaVoy Finicum's family say LaVoy was "murdered." So does a second eyewitness, Shawna Cox, whose account backs up that of Victoria Sharp, the other woman released after the shooting of Finicum and the arrest of others.
The release of the grainy FBI video showing the shooting death of rancher/protester LaVoy Finicum has not quelled debate about what really happened.
After LaVoy Finicum is killed, more occupiers leave refuge; only four left; huge police/military vehicle presence.
Hopes that the occupation of the Wildlife Refuge in Oregon would end peacefully have been dashed; an eyewitness says Finicum was murdered with his hands in the air, showing he was not being aggressive.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would reward Hanoi’s State-Owned Enterprises and their Wall Street allies, as Americans lose jobs and the communist regime cracks down on Vietnamese political dissent and religious believers.
Milions of American jobs, as well as hundreds of thousands of family farms and ranches, along with small, medium, and large American businesses are threatened by the Trans-Pacific Partnership's SOE provisions.
How did the UN’s IPCC make it seem as if global temperatures skyrocketed in conjunction with rising CO2 emissions? Simply massage and then bury the data — again and again.
Few of the Hammond's supporters appear to support or endorse the armed occupation of the federal wildlife facility by a self-appointed “militia.”