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BLM Rejects Permit Request for Cash-Prize Killing Derby

Paws Up! To the United States Bureau of Land Management for cancelling a permit for a predator-killing competition in Idaho. Earlier this year, the hunting group Idaho For Wildlife applied for a special-use permit to include Bureau of Land Management (BLM) property in a “predator derby,” in which contestants would kill as many animals as possible, namely wolves and coyotes, for a cash prize. 120 more words

Paws Up/Paws Down

Colorado River Indian Tribes Sue Interior over Modified Blythe Solar Power Project

Here is the complaint in Colorado River Indian Tribes v. Dept. of Interior (C.D. Cal.):

1 Complaint

An excerpt:

This complaint challenges the actions of Defendants U.S.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

A Stop at Quartzsite

There’s not much going on in Quartzsite right now. January is the time for the big Sports, Vacation, and RV Show with the big tent and all the flea markets and shows. 158 more words

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WOWOWOWOW!!! Time is up! Time to act is NOW! Will you join me?

Posted on December 7, 2014
by arnierosner
Source: ScannedRetina
Thanks to L.

Those of you who are sitting where you think is a safe place on the sidelines and hoping no one notices you… 892 more words


Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states

Someone has decided that the Bundy’s have a point! This will be interesting to follow. The light is beginning to shine everywhere, and I hope the Oath Keepers will be there on December 31st with their own unique light :) ~J… 1,063 more words


An Open Letter to John Kass of the Chicago Tribune

December 5, 2014

Mr. John Kass
Chicago Tribune

Dear Mr. Kass:

I read with interest your column this morning (“Seller of loosies died for siphoning from government,” Chicago Tribune, Friday, December 5, 2014) regarding the New York grand jury’s decision not to indict the NYPD officer who choked Eric Garner to death during an arrest. 713 more words


RT: Congress gives Native American lands to foreign mining company with new NDAA

Published time: December 04, 2014 18:00
Thanks to R. 

Reuters/Gary Cameron

Congress is poised to give a foreign mining company 2,400 acres of national forest in Arizona that is cherished ancestral homeland to Apache natives. 858 more words