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Kate Steinle's Family Files Federal Lawsuit in Bay Area Slaying Allegedly Committed by Immigrant Deported 5 Times

The fatal shooting of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier last summer — allegedly at the hands of an undocumented immigrant deported five times from the United States — became a focal point of an angry national debate over illegal immigration. 703 more words

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Ohio State veterinarian and engineer to research 'improved' contraception for wild horses

By Fran Jurga as published on The Equus

“The war against our native wild horses and burros takes on many faces as the BLM turns up the volume in it’s mission to mismanage our federally protected wild… 275 more words

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After Imprisoning Oregon Ranchers, Obama to Sign an Executive Order Legalizing BLM Tyranny to Take Over Any Land it Wants

By L.J. Devon – Natural News

(NaturalNews) At the heart of a free and prosperous society is the principle of private property ownership. Without private property, the centralization and corrupting influence of power grows, as the freedom of the individual dissipates. 146 more words

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Petroglyph Road Opening At Sloan Canyon

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Native American leaders, local and federal officials and conservation area backers are marking the opening of a paved road and visitor contact station at a petroglyph-rich area designated for preservation south of Las Vegas. 112 more words

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New Information Reveals Unreported Death in Experimental Wild Mare/Burro Sterilizations performed by Dr. Leon Pielstick

Source: The Cloud Foundation

Dr. Pielstick is scheduled to perform mare sterilization research at Oregon State University

Colorado Springs, CO – On May 10, The Cloud Foundation (TCF) received a call from an unnamed Phoenix resident who had witnessed deadly burro and mare sterilization operations performed in Arizona last month by Dr. 545 more words

Horse News

Letter from America: The Oregon Standoff

Very early in the New Year, on 2 January, heavily armed ranchers and militiamen, led by Ammon Bundy, seized the offices of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, just 50 miles outside Burns, Oregon. 1,306 more words

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