Fast paced story about Federal Government over the top actions! By Chuck Baldwin April 10, 2014 NewsWithViews.com With the memory of Ruby Ridge, Idaho, and Waco, Texas, still very vivid in the collective memory of the American people comes another example of a federal government run amuck. A rancher in Nevada is watching the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) seize his cattle and arrest his son for simply taking pictures of the events. BLM has also placed several federal snipers around his home with their high-powered rifles trained on his family. The last report I read said more than 200 federal agents... http://www.newswithviews.com/baldwin/baldwin800.htm
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http://myfreedomfoundation.com/blog/liberty-live/detail/us-supreme-court-gives-a-bully-a-black-eye Fortunately, all but one of the justices recognized the hypocrisy of the government's position and ruled in favor of the property owners. By doing so, the court has prevented the government from effectively stealing hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of property rights from American citizens who had properly obtained ownership of land formerly owned by the federal government.
This will be a curious experience in community living. Read the members bios and see what kind of advice you might expect to be dispensed. This Washington first bears watching... http://wdfw.wa.gov/news/mar1014b/
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