At the UN Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro in 1992 a program of sustainable development known as UN Agenda 21 was introduced to an unsuspecting world. This far ranging UN program called for a complete transformation of society wherein private property, individual liberty, and God given (unalienable) rights would no longer exist and mankind would succumb to a totalitarian one world socialist/Marxist government that would control every aspect of our lives from cradle to grave.Western ranchers natural resource producers are targeted for elimination with virtually all public and private lands in the Western US becoming wilderness. This includes lands that have been owned and worked by the same families for 5 or more generations.
The Second Amendment was never meant to guarantee the right to hunt or target practice under a controlled political environment. It was always about the right of Americans to protect themselves from an out of control omnipotent federal leviathan such as we are confronting today. Wake up America and join the fight to preserve our great republic.
Private property, once the cornerstone of American freedom has become much less meaningful and is now largely controlled by government planners and unelected bureaucrats. All private property is subject to annual property taxes that make property owners little more than tenants. Is this the meaning of "pursuit of happiness" outlined by our founders? The number one target of communist planners and Marxist ideologues has always been the elimination of private property and the sustainability movement is the antithesis of private property protections. Regionalism and Councils of Government (COGs) are very effective ways of eliminating elected representative (accountable) government.
U.S. National Forest policy has created an environmental crisis that could be easily avoided with basic stewardship and just a kernel of common sense. Decades of anti-logging policies and lawsuits filed by Environmental Attorneys posturing to stop every timber sale on National Forest lands have severely impacted the logging industry and are harming the natural and human environment.
Our guests will be: Author and Public Speaker Michael Stickler who will be talking about his latest autobiographical book Cliven Bundy – American Patriot. Stickler met Cliven Bundy in the Southern Nevada Detention Center and spent 2 months interviewing and assembling the information to write an honest and detailed autobiography of the man labeled as a Domestic Terrorist by Harry Reed and the BLM. This autobiography is the story of a family that decided it had no option but to take a last stand to protect the Western ranching tradition from a Federal leviathan hell bent on absolute control of every aspect of our lives, especially our property. His stand is a case study in what could happen to anyone willing to stand against Federal Land Agency Bureaucrats, and why it is important to be willing to make that stand. The Federal machine has become much too powerful, with a total disregard for the uniquely American tradition of private property and constitutional republican government. After hearing this radio program you are tasked with deciding for yourself......is Cliven Bundy a terrorist or a patriot.
Our guest will be Pennsylvania farmer Bob Brace (Brace Farms)who has spent the past 30+ years in very costly litigation over a wetlands issue that should have never have become a problem. He will be joined by property rights advocate and local government consultant, Jim Carlson ( Stillwater Technical Solutions), and Science Editor/Writer for Range Magazine, Chance Gowan.
This week’s radio program will have a return of Jim Carlson to do a part 2 of the radio program he did with us on November 16th, 2017. Jim will be delving into the subject of conservation easements and the taking of private property through this process. A young rancher from Montana (Nathan Descheemaeker) will join us for the last half of the program to talk about his experience dealing with environmental groups and the BLM on public and private land that makes up The American Prairie Initiative aka The Buffalo Commons.
John Lamb has been my guest on radio programs over the past several years as a daily observer to the Malheur and Bundy Trials. John has kept our listeners informed about the daily trial events and the politically charged actions by the prosecuting attorneys, judges, and government witnesses over the 2 year time frame and various trials. This broadcast will include a recap of the various trials and will outline the many unanswered questions about the future of private property and small independent ranchers and farmers in the west. John will be joined by Roger Root who was part of the Bundy legal team. Roger will provide insight into the legal challenges remaining for the Bundy family, and what can be done to make sure these types of injustice are not repeated.
Tomorrow morning we will be doing a program with Property Rights Attorney and Constitutional Law expert Harriet Hageman, and Local Government Consultant and Property Rights Advocate Jim Carlson, who have promised to give our listeners a very large dose of truth and enlightenment on the degree and impact of Federal overreach on public and private lands. This promises to be a very frank and open discussion of a subject that impacts all Americans, not just rural landowners. Private property is a cornerstone of our free republic, and the continual reduction and eventual elimination of those rights will eventually impact everyone and needs to be understood as a basic freedom that must not be sacrificed.
My guests will be Idaho Legislator Judy Boyle and Rancher/Writer Hank Vogler for a 2 hour program to discuss the Malheur/Bundy trials and the open attacks on private property, water rights, grazing leases, and western rural lifestyles.
We will discuss the morphing of our criminal justice system from a protector rights of the common man to a destroyer of those rights while becoming a protector of special interests and out of control federal land agencies hell-bent on implementing radical environmental policies espoused as sustainable development.