Kansas Natural Resources Coalition: Property rights powerhouse from the Heartland

Although KNRC’s roots are in Kansas–the middle of America both literally and figuratively–they hope to have impact far beyond the geographical Heartland. Having recently expanded their reach into Minnesota, KNRC hopes to open regional branches throughout the nation.  by Marjorie Haun The Kansas Natural Resources Coalition (KNRC) is ascending on the national scene as a formidable advocate for property rights and citizen-centered governance of lands, […]

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Kansas wildfire relief impeded by rigid federal rules, red tape

…one rancher even told him he ran out of ammunition shooting cattle injured in the fire. “They are shooting new baby calves, cows they worked their whole life to raise that kind of genetics and that type of cows. You can’t do anything, but you are there because you care about the cattle…” Amy Bickel Kansas AgLand Wildfire relief sees […]

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Angus McIntosh responds to PLC: Its time to Drain the Swamp on the “Public Lands”

By the time Trent was finished questioning Ethan Lane, he had backpedaled to the point where he said he agreed with 95% of what I have been teaching ranchers in my seminars for the past 16 years. by Angus McIntosh, PhD  Executive Director, Range Allotment Owners Association Recently the Range Allotment Owners Association (RAO), an association of Western ranchers who […]

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COMMENTARY: Rights taken for granted could become rights lost

The truth of the matter is that it really doesn’t matter who occupies the White House, the governor’s mansion or your county courthouse; “We the People” must be vigilant in our pursuit of freedom. The system envisioned by the forefathers of this great nation is now a mine field with traps and full-out erosion of our freedom. The only true […]

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John Day, Oregon, The Meeting that Never Happened, inspiring a Western ‘Revolution’

Farmer, radio host, blogger, and patriot, Trent Loos reflects on his experiences at “The Meeting that Never Happened,” in John Day, Harney County, Oregon. Two days following the 1-year anniversary of the killing of rancher, LaVoy Finicum on a lonely highway in Harney County, Oregon, his wife and torch-carrier, Jeanette, held a public meeting at the very hall where LaVoy and […]

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