5/16/2017 5:00:00 AM/Categories: General News, Today's Top 5, Livestock
Source: American Sheep Industry Association
5/16/2017 11:18 AM
Stop! Stop this continual land grabbing and hiding proposed bills from public scrutiny. Citizens of the United States have had enough.
5/16/2017 1:25 PM
Unconstitutional entities such as this will inevitably come up against the strong arm of patriot groups standing up for private property rights! Burocracies using illegal rules will be delt with accordingly.
5/16/2017 1:27 PM
Unconstitutional! Rules by a burocratic entity is NOT law! Patriots will answer the call.
5/17/2017 12:31 AM
This crap needs to stop.
5/18/2017 5:46 PM
Not only needs to stop, but there needs to be a new attitude. Our Senators (Daines and Tester) both believe that it is not only their right to lock up public land, but their job to do so. Until we get them to change the BLM and help Zinke put an end to the BLM over reach we will have this problem. And we will have more jailed and killed ranchers, loggers, miners, and sportsmen.
Lora Hubbel, Candidate for SD Governor
5/19/2017 6:26 AM
Well this makes me mad....Folks please understand the terminology here. "Quasi-government" is synonymous with "Public-Private-Partnerships", "Corporatism" and yes even "Fascism". All of those terms blur the lines that are supposed to SEPARATE government and business. They are supposed to be antagonistic so the two biggest oppressors to the little guy....Big Business and Big Government...cannot join forces and destroy us. Now they have.
This breaches our US Constitution when it says all property must be in the hands of the people minus a few exceptions. The government can now "own" land, water, mineral rights, etc. They have the privacy of a business and the power of law combined just like a dictator. Shameful....
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