By Scott Roberts | for Freedom Foundation Last week, using officers dressed up like soldiers going into combat, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management sought to confiscate one Nevada ranch family’s cattle. In response, neighbors, other citizens, and state legislators from across the West stood with the Bundy family against the federal action. The situation...
Newsmax: Ron Paul is happy that the standoff between a Nevada rancher and the Bureau of Land Management ended peacefully last week, but he fears the federal government may return in larger force. “Governments don’t give up their power easily, and they may well come back with a lot more force like they did at […]
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On Wednesday, MSNBC host Ed Schultz said that Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity had been "out of bounds as a broadcaster" for his coverage of the standoff between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management...
Bureau of Land Management officials destroyed water lines and water tanks belonging to the Cliven Bundy family. The feds also shot two prized bulls and ran over at least one endangered tortoise den. FOX News reported: The federal agency that … Continue reading ?
BLM agents reportedly ran over a desert tortoise den and shot a prized bull while it was in a livestock holding pen during the Bundy ranch standoff. The stated reason the Bureau of Land Management wanted the cattle owned by Cliven Bundy off the public lands was to ensure the safety and longevity of the
Eric Parker from Idaho aims his weapon from a bridge as protesters gather by BLM's base camp Over the weekend, the Bureau of Land Management abandoned an operation to round up cattle owned by Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher who for 20 years has refused to pay federal grazing fees because he denies the U.S. Show More Summary
The anti-federal government zealots and militias have found a hero in Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who has defied the feds for twenty years and then engaged in a dangerous standoff with the Bureau of Land Management. Since the BLM backed down he's now making the most of it. Sean Hannity asked him on Monday Night if he had a response to Sen. Show More Summary
A family of Nevada ranchers is declaring temporary victory in their long showdown with federal agents. "Rancher Cliven Bundy won his battle against the Bureau of Land Management, at least for the moment," wrote a member of the family on the Bundy Ranch blog Tuesday. Show More Summary
Brian Feldman narrates what went down in Nevada this weekend: Government officials from the federal Bureau of Land Management attempted to seize cattle from a Nevada farmer over the weekend, arguing that the farmer, Cliven Bundy, owed money to the government for grazing his cattle on public land. On Saturday, the week-long dispute ended with a four-hour standoff […]
It appears that the anti-government activists protesting the Bureau of Land Management's actions against a Nevada cattle rancher were considering using women as a human shield if a gun battle had erupted during the standoff. RichardShow More Summary
Reuters photog Jim Urquhart captured this surreal photograph of Eric Parker, who lives in central Idaho, aiming his gun from a bridge as pro-states' rights protesters assemble at the Bureau of Land Management base camp in Bunkerville, Nevada.
I’m busy at work and know nothing about this situation, so let me turn over the mike to John Hinderaker: First, it must be admitted that legally, Bundy doesn’t have a leg to stand on. The Bureau of Land Management has been charging him grazing fees since the early 1990s, which he has refused to [...]
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Just because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management released the 400 head of cattle it had seized from rancher Cliven Bundy, it doesn’t mean the Nevada ranch battle is over. In fact, it may just be starting to heat up. … More » The post Nevada Cattle Battle Isn’t Over Yet appeared first on EveryJoe.
Prior: Bureau Of Land Management Versus Cliven Bundy Post Mortem I had previously said that it isn’t over. Harry Reid says the same thing. Senate majority leader Harry Reid hasn’t been very vocal about the cattle battle showdown in recent days, but says “it’s not over.” Reid tells News4?s Samantha Boatman his take on the […]
After a very tense standoff between rancher Cliven Bundy supporters and the Bureau of Land Management this past weekend, government officials finally released the cattle backto the Bundy family and pulled their armed agents from the area. Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his … Continue reading ?
“The Bureau of Land Management protects, manages, and controls wild horses and burros under the authority of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 to ensure that healthy herds thrive on healthy rangelands. The BLM manages these living symbols of the Western spirit as part of its multiple-use mission under the 1976 Federal Land Policy and [...]
After a very tense standoff between rancher Cliven Bundy supporters and the Bureau of Land Management this past weekend, government officials finally released the cattle backto the Bundy family and pulled their armed agents from the area. But, as FOX News reported on … Continue reading ?