Month: October 2011

Congressman Rehberg goes to bat for Montana on HR 1505

by Dr. Ed Berry Although I still do not like HR 1505, I appreciate Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg’s proposed an amendment to HR 1505 that has significant advantages for Montana, assuming HR 1505 eventually passes. His proposed amendment would recognize the county sheriff as the highest law enforcement officer in his county, even above a …

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1906 American Antiquities Act is an Unconstitutional Land Grab

by Harrison H. Schmitt, Americas Uncommon Sense Had modern extreme conservation beliefs been in ascendancy during the 18th and 19th Centuries, there would have been no transfer of Western Lands into private or State hands. The negative consequences of such a different history to the wellbeing of Americans and the world would have been enormous. …

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The Suicide of Liberty: The Transformation of the US into a Police State

Review of Pat Buchanan’s latest book by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Global Research Pat Buchanan’s latest book, Suicide of a Superpower, raises the question whether America will survive to 2025. The question might strike some readers as unduly pessimistic and others as optimistic. It is unclear whether the US, as we have known it, will …

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Gov. Schweitzer gives Montana energy to BLM

by Senator Ed Butcher (ret.) Although his Director of the Department of Natural Resources wrote an editorial that “Trust land dollars represent the cornerstone of funding for our schools…,” Governor Schweitzer is proposing to trade valuable natural resource school Trust land enclosed in the Missouri River Monument for BLM land without energy resources—a deal which …

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