The EPA: Deep State’s Covert Resistance to Trump


  A key pillar of Barack Obama’s silent coup against the Trump administration are the deep-state operatives in charge of the gears and levers at the EPA. Despite Scott Pruitt’s appointment, Obama’s operatives set things in motion and built roadblocks that will take years to change or circumvent. But now those individuals and plans are […]

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Want to Become a Land Owner?


Does the Land Speak to You? All land has energy. It will reach out and touch you, speak to you if you open yourself to its power.  Land developed with homes has yet another dimension of personality.  The concept of energy flowing from the land holds true, no matter the size, region or locale. Some readers will […]

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After 15 years, conservation easement tax incentives become permanent

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    It was nearly 17 years ago that a pair of conservation-minded Montanans began a quest to help working ranchers and farmers keep their land in agriculture. In the recently passed federal budget bill, the initiative Rock Ringling and Bill Long spearheaded became a permanent part of conservation law. Conservation easements are offered by […]

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By Timothy Cama – 01/20/16 03:51 PM EST The Senate will vote Thursday on a long-shot effort to override President Obama’s veto that preserved his contentious water pollution rule. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) filed for the vote Wednesday, less than a day after Obama announced that he had vetoed the GOP’s attempt to […]

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Oregon Is Battleground For Constitutional Rights


Armed protesters stormed the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon on Saturday The protest is due to Dwight and Steven Hammond being order back to prison for 4 years. The protesters are run by brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy who want “to restore the rights to the people here so that they can use the land […]

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Residents demand health answers as mine spill fouls rivers

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Please see original post HERE for the video with Peter Butler ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Farmers, towns and tribes slammed water-intake gates shut on as a sludge-laden plume from a Colorado mine spill rolled down principal rivers in the desert Southwest on Monday, prompting local officials and families to demand answers about possible long-term threats […]

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City considers law preventing most residents from renting their homes


Karen Johnson owns two houses on the same lot in South St. Paul, living in one and renting out the other. But she worries a proposed ordinance limiting rental units to 10 percent of properties per block could keep her out of the rental market. “If I decided to move away and keep the property, […]

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