Agenda 21 here we come, riding on a whole slew of endangered species that evidently, need their own space void of cattle, people, and common sense.
Unlike criminal forfeiture, under civil forfeiture someone does not have to be convicted of a crime, or even charged with one, to permanently lose his or her cash, car or home.
The US Dept of Interior announced it will consider taking Alaska tribal land into trust. The move could lead to pockets of "Indian country," where tribal courts and governments would have authority to create their own laws and justice systems,
The raiders arrived at dawn. Contract cowboys backed by BLM rangers and heavily armed law enforcement personnel fanned out across the desolate Nevada countryside to confiscate livestock owned by Indians whose claim of sovereignty
Long before Cliven Bundy faced down federal agents in his dispute with the Bureau of Land Management over grazing rights, fellow Nevada rancher Raymond Yowell, an 84-year-old Shoshone chief, watched as the BLM seized his herd.
It's a movie cliche as old as the hills. The very first western film adventure, made by Thomas Edison in his rotating studio, was about a train robbery. The second almost certainly told the story I'm about to describe and which we've all seen a hundr
It started with the sucker fish. The con, that is. I can see it all now. A group of robber barons sitting at a table, deciding how to take the water and land...
Sheds light on who is buying up the water rights in the western states, and how the BLM and Forest service use dirty tactics to take water rights and the land from lawful owners.
Whoever owns the water rights owns the right to decide who lives and who dies. Who gets to eat and who doesn’t. What if the answer as to why the BLM wants to get Bundy’s cattle off the land in Nevada is really about the water?
A secret administration memo has surfaced revealing plans for the federal government to seize more than 10 million acres from Montana to New Mexico, halting job- creating activities like ranching, forestry, mining and energy development.
The federal government backed down and ended their siege against Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy less than 24 hours after an Infowars exposé connecting the land grab to Harry Reid and a Chinese-backed solar farm went viral,
A Utah county, angry over the destruction of federal rangeland that ranchers use to graze cattle, has started a bid to round up federally protected wild horses it blames for the problem in the latest dustup over land management in the U.S. West.
Nevada’s governor is criticizing a federal cattle roundup and what he calls “intimidation” in a dispute with a rancher who claims longstanding grazing rights on open range outside Las Vegas. He’s most offended by corralling people protesting
An energy company is hoping to use a little-used, 53-year-old Pennsylvania law in order to launch a fracking operation on land even if landowners oppose the action.
New Mexico Governor Martinez was a regular customer of stylist Antonio Darden. 2 years ago, Darden decided he would no longer accept the Governor as a client because of her support for the conventional definition of marriage: monogamous, heterosexua
On Tuesday morning, March 4, Kermitt Waters, a Las Vegas attorney whose main job is defending Nevada property owners whose land is being seized by government agencies offering low-ball prices .......
Nearly 2 years after Kim Dotcom's New Zealand mansion was raided by police, US authorities have made their case as to why the man behind Megaupload shouldn't simply go bankrupt like previous copyright violators have—he should go to jail
If the government can tell you what you can and cannot do within the privacy of your home, whether it relates to what you eat, what you smoke or whom you love, you no longer have any rights whatsoever within your home. If the government can
MGM and the producer of the James Bond movies have finally acquired all of the rights to the 007 franchise.
In his zeal to protect his federal license to plunder Sheriff Raney employed illegal means to stifle a bill that would protect Idaho residents against a prospective federal gun grab and engaged in criminal retaliation against the bill's sponsor,
Seattle’s city council voted unanimously Monday to use eminent domain to take private property.
Ever rented an apartment or a house? If so, you were a “social problem.” You undermined the health of your community. You caused crime and created nuisances. Simply by being a renter you degraded the neighborhood. This is the view of governments
The recent actions of federal land management agencies should lead all of us to reconsider the large amount of land that is owned by the federal government.
The Alberta tourism bureau—which shares a law firm with some of the Canadian province's major oil companies—used a copyright takedown notice to try to smother a movie trailer that satirizes Alberta's oil sands project.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s office is urging the RCMP in High River, Alta., to focus on “more important” tasks and to return the guns officers took from homes while searching for victims in the evacuated flood zone. Harper’s office issued a st
Legal Experts See Possible Showdown Pitting Safety Vs. Fourth Amendment
When the fight started against Agenda 21, those of us working to expose it were largely ignored by the main stream media and even the established Conservative movement and its media. Too far out there, they said, to be taken seriously. Then, as mo
U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton in Manhattan denied a motion to certify a worldwide class of copyright owners in a long-running lawsuit over videos and music posted to the popular website.
It’s been a wild year for The Pirate Bay as the infamous BitTorrent site has moved its domain name from one country to another in a desperate bid to stay ahead of the world’s copyright cops. TorrentFreak reports that less than a month after getting b
The times they are a-changing - at least with respect to how TPTB mean to deal with the failure of banks and other financial institution from here on out. Grab a bucket or grab an oar; whichever seems appropriate.