About

We at the Free Range Report are dedicated to providing for you an honest and consistent web-based resource for breaking news, analyses, citizen journalism, and editorials related to the issues most important to rural Western families.

Our focus is on Human Rights, Statehood Equality, Property Rights, Grazing, Water, Agriculture, Livestock, Hunting, Federal Control of Resources and Lands, and all matters impacting our Environment, Freedom, and Livelihoods.


Marjorie Haun

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Marjorie Haun has worked as a free-lance writer in Western Colorado for several years, with her articles taking an emphasis on lands and water issues, domestic energy development, government overreach, and bad policy which has negatively impacted the folks who must deal with state and federal land management agencies.

She has written for American Thinker, the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, Watchdog.org, Colorado Peak Politics, Parenting Today, and several Western Colorado-based news outlets. Her work has also appeared in Townhall and Newsweek.

Having spent most of her life in Western Colorado and Eastern Utah, she is intimately familiar with issues impacting the rural West and all the good folks trying to make a living off the land.

 

 

Macon Richardson

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Macon Richardson worked as a Land Surveyor here in our western states for many years before changing his professional focus to Information Technology and Multimedia. He worked as the Director of Technology and Director of Social Media Outreach with the American Lands Council and understands the struggles faced here in the western states of America.

He hopes to make a difference for all of us by using alternative media to share the truth about the very real dangers that we face as rural westerners from out of control federal agencies, overbearing regulations, and radicalized environmentalists. 

Macon is a strong believer in human rights, statehood equality, property rights, and all matters impacting our environment, freedom, families, and livelihoods.