Mr. Trump, please let me begin by saying how excited those of us are who proudly call Rural America home. We want to say Thank You. You stood tall for the very values and principles the founding fathers put forth in the Constitution of the United States of America.Continue Reading

Fossil fuels and water were never the real issues at Standing Rock, and its tribal Chairman admits it. A typical North Dakota blizzard has come and lives are now in jeopardy. Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault has now actually admitted on KFYR TV that the pipeline has the rightContinue Reading

  Sizing-up the the Oregon Standoff Trial from start to finish, in a Nutshell, including all six rings of the six-ring circus, as well as Major Takeaways.   Thursday, October 27, 2016: BREAKING NEWS: 4:15 p.m. PDT — ALL DEFENDANTS ACQUITTED — FOUND NOT GUILTY — of ALL Criminal ConspiracyContinue Reading

So much has been said about the presidential campaign, is there really anything left to say? I happen to believe there are volumes that seemingly go unsaid, thanks to one-sided media coverage, so I will be like everybody else with a platform and throw in my 2 cents worth. FirstContinue Reading

Reposted from High Plains Journal.  According to  Ag Radio personality Trent Loos, who often talks about the huge and seemingly growing divide between rural and urban America, the Bundy cases in recent years, based on both the Bunkerville Standoff and the Malheur Occupation really boils down to a clash of ruralContinue Reading

  The Oregon Standoff cases test the bounds of a number of issues from judicial transparency to Fourth Amendment protections, and lengthy pre-trial detentions. As previously mentioned, the Internet, including Twitter,  has recently been abuzz with a story about Ryan Bundy.  What really happened is anybody’s guess.  According to theContinue Reading

On May 20-21, 2016, Protect the Harvest and the National Federal Lands Conference sponsored a Range & Resource Rights Symposiion in Layton, Utah, emceed by Trent Loos of Loos Tails and Rural Routes fame. Instead of attempting to summarize everything that happened at the symposium, we’re waiting for the videosContinue Reading

In case you hadn’t heard, there’s something going on in Burns, Oregon. Most people who might have occasion to read the Pahvant Post probably already know that because we have re-posted several items about it.  We first published something about the Hammond situation clear back in November, long before anyContinue Reading