Tag Archives: Pahvant

In the Aftermath of 9/11 — Op/Ed — by John Whitehead

GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH — by John Whitehead “Since mankind’s dawn, a handful of oppressors have accepted the responsibility over our lives that we should have accepted…

Utah and Other States Mull Legal Action Against the Blundering EPA & Federal Government

  SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert issued a state of emergency Wednesday, while state officials contemplate legal action over the Colorado mine spill that sent contaminated river water…

The Illusion of Freedom in America — Op/Ed — by John Whitehead

  Don’t be fooled by the political game.  Freedom has become an illusion in America. Being a citizen in the American corporate state is much like playing against a stacked…

We’re from the Federal Government, and We’re Here to Help

  DURANGO, Colorado (CNN) — The city of Durango and La Plata County, Colorado, have declared a state of emergency after a federal cleanup crew accidentally released mine waste into…

Secret Meeting to Plot New National Monument?

  THE BEARS EARS, San Juan County — Several top federal officials from Washington quietly attended a so-called “Gathering of the Tribes” put on last weekend by environmental groups and…

Phil Lyman Seeks to Disqualify Federal Judge Robert Shelby for Bias and Conflict of Interests

SALT LAKE CITY — The legal team for San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman claims a federal judge has a conflict of interest adjudicating the Recapture Canyon ATV ride case…

Initiative to Split California into Six States Will be on the Ballot in 2016

With growing dissatisfaction with California politics and over-regulation, there has been a movement to split-off the far northern portion of California from the rest of the state for several years. …

The Story of Independence Day

During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain occurred on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of…

FARMERS MARKETS IN UTAH

  When the weather turns warm in the Beehive State, it isn’t hard to find fresh produce.  In recent years, Farmers Markets have cropped up and become very popular throughout…

THE PUBLIC LANDS DEBATE CONTINUES — What To Do About Our Languishing Public Lands

  In 2012, an excellent article by Robert H. Nelson was published by Policy Review, a publication of the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. This article clearly sets forth the predicament…