Editor’s Note:  This post was originally published in 2016.  We are re-publishing it now, along with another, in memory of Dr. Angus McIntosh. Somehow I lucked into being able to tagging along with Dr. Angus McIntosh on his four stop Western Rangelands Property Rights  workshop tour through three countiesContinue Reading

Editor’s Note:  This post was originally published in 2016, but we are republishing it now, in memory of Dr. Angus McIntosh. If you ever get the chance to sit through one of Dr. Angus McIntosh’s workshops, it’s a lot to try to absorb in one setting, and I mean aContinue Reading

By Selwyn Duke for American Thinker The Fight That Lies Between Status Quo and Secession By Selwyn Duke With a stolen election, stolen culture, stolen courts and stolen dreams, many Americans are realizing that rule by the Left, absolutely corrupt even without absolute power, is unthinkable. Talk of secession, something continuallyContinue Reading

Three California high school students pursuing careers in agriculture were recognized with scholarships from The North Valley Chapter of the California Women for Agriculture (CWA) and the California State University, Chico College of Agriculture. Displaying true grit, stamina and determination, these young women speak about overcoming adversity, and the passionsContinue Reading

First Published at the Tireless Agorist. When it comes to the proper role of government, most people seem to agree on a few basic issues; murder, rape, fraud, theft and vandalism (acts of aggression against individuals and their property) are almost universally accepted as violations that government should prevent orContinue Reading