Category Archives: Opinion/Editorial

The Great Bung Fodder Scare of 2020

The Great Bung Fodder Scare of 2020 First published in the Times Independent 3/13/2020 By Marjorie Haun What do America and Venezuela have in common? EMPTY SHELVES IN THE SUPERMERCADO!…

John Hoak scorches Walmart for restrictions on firearms and ammo sales

John Hoak, a friend of RANGE magazine from Bighorn, Wyoming, evoked a little controversy with his recent letter to Mitt Romney, (see “Wyoming man opens a can of “whoop ass”…

Letter: Wyoming Man opens a can of ‘whoop ass’ on Mitt Romney for conviction vote

Written by John Hoak Big Horn, Wyoming John Hoak of Big Horn, Wyoming is a friend of RANGE magazine. Echoing the sentiments of countless Americans across the country, John penned…

Patriot Matt Shea: Victim of coordinated character assassination

Bryan Fischer The Ballad of Matt Shea We’ve seen it happen before. There was Brett Kavanaugh, attacked relentlessly and shamelessly with scurrilous, unfounded, and uncorroborated accusations from decades ago. Then…

The Year of Fake Meat and Fake Beef Industry CEOs

Fake Out By Lee Pitts, RANGE magazine It seems like everything is fake these days: fake news, fake ice cream, fake money, fake teeth, fake knees, fake hips and fake…

RANGE magazine’s legendary publisher honored by the Nevada Press Association for her lifetime of work

On Saturday, September 21, the Nevada Press Association (NPA) hosted their annual conference in Ely. For her tremendous accomplishments in Nevada print media, including her work with Silver & Blue,…

Electoral College protects all of America, not just rural counties

Think we should do away with the Electoral College? Think again. Originally published by The Hill on May 1, 2018 Red Jahnke Ever since the photo-finish presidential election in 2000, in…

The Case for Carnivorous Humans

Dan Murphy Originally published on Drovers The opinions in this commentary are those of Dan Murphy, a veteran journalist and commentator. The Heartbreak of Vegetarianism Although it paints something of…

FAIR WEATHER FRIENDS — and The Second Amendment — by Todd Macfarlane

Right now the Second Amendment is viewed as toxic in many quarters, and politically incorrect to even mention. A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Iron…

Missing Elements in the Western Land Use Discussion — Op/Ed — by Tim K. Smith

  The western land use events of the last few years seem to have been analyzed, pondered, condemned, praised and generally discussed into a state of confusion and stalemate. For…