Category Archives: Property Rights

Ranchers see through anti-cattle motives of APR “Living with Wildlife” conference

  Northern Ag Network Ranchers Struggle with American Prairie Reserve Wildlife Conference Many ranchers philosophically disagree with the mission of the American Prairie Reserve to buy private ranchland, take it…

Agenda 21: Swallowing America

Originally published in the Winter 2014 edition of RANGE magazine, the late Michael Coffman wrote this overview of the U.N.’s anti-property rights Agenda 21 “Sustainability” Initiative, and the stealth policies…

WOTUS woes abated…for the time being

Guest opinion: Utah benefits from clarity on Clean Water Act By Doug Benevento as published in Deseret News Burdensome and excessive federal regulations often delay or prohibit American businesses from…

BLM escalated insteading of listening to FBI’s suggestion to waive Bundy’s grazing fees

Greg Henderson Drovers FBI Suggested Waiving Bundy’s Grazing Fees Three years before the armed confrontation at Cliven Bundy’s Nevada ranch gate, the FBI suggested waiving his fines and fees. According…

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Federal Government and Sides with Kansas and other States on Property Rights / Land-use Issue

Topeka, Kan. – The U.S. Supreme Court sided with Kansas and other states, reversing a lower court ruling that had upheld an Obama-era restriction on private property, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt…

Give Thanks for PROPERTY RIGHTS

by John Stossel posted in Reason When we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, I will give thanks for property rights. Property rights allow each individual or family to do what we…

Making of a Herd Bull — the Political Evolution of Southern Utah’s Mike Noel — by Todd Macfarlane

First published in Range magazine. At conclusion of the 2018 Utah legislative session, Rep. Mike Noel, from House District 73—comprising five full rural southern Utah counties, and parts of two…

Property Rights Champion Takes Key Position with U.S. Fish & Wildlife

Budd Falen takes position in Interior Department as Deputy Solicitor for Wildlife and Parks Rachel Gabel The Fencepost When Karen Budd Falen served on the Trump Transition Team on interior…

RANGE magazine makes historical archives available to the public

In a process that has taken well over a year, RANGE magazine has created an interactive archive of all its past issues, starting with Spring 2017, going back to its…

Federal Bait and Switch — the Long Trail of Abuses — by Todd Macfarlane

First published in Range magazine.  “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that…