Redge Johnson: Let Utah manage public lands the right way Heavy-handed federal regulation of Utah’s public lands just make things worse. Editorial by Redge Johnson for the Salt Lake Tribune Although native aspen forests are declining throughout the western United States, you wouldn’t know it if you visited Utah’s MonroeContinue Reading

Opinion: Muddying the Clean Water Act If you Don’t Get the Answer You Want, Go Ask Your Father By:  Conner Nicklas Budd-Falen Law Offices LLC Remember when you were a kid and you would calculate whether to ask your mother or your father depending on the answer you wanted?  ThatContinue Reading

  Opinion Editorial- Is Your Local Government a Champion for its Citizens? By: Karen Budd Falen Press Release: Budd Falen Law Office, LLC One of the greatest dangers to our rural way of life is allowing people on the coasts (people who often have never visited, much less lived in,Continue Reading

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COMMENTARY: Tracy Stone-Manning would be bad for Nevada By Dan Newhouse and Crescent Hardy for Las Vegas Review Journal Nevada’s senators will soon face a critical vote on the confirmation of Tracy Stone-Manning as director of the Bureau of Land Management. Many may be asking: Who is Tracy Stone-Manning, and whyContinue Reading

Judge puts a stop to minority farmers debt relief plan, says it’s ‘reverse racism’ by Jamie Satterfield for Knoxville News Sentinel A federal judge in West Tennessee has joined other judges in blocking a Biden administration program designed to redress generations of discrimination against some farmers, saying the federal governmentContinue Reading

William Perry Pendley: Biden Nominee’s Complicity in Eco-Terrorism Case Disqualifies Her from Leading the Bureau of Land Management William Perry Pendley for Breitbart Western loggers, mill workers, and small communities were shocked when President Biden nominated Tracy Stone-Manning as the Director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Stone-Manning was part ofContinue Reading

Green Billionaire$ How rich left-wingers control U.S. environmental policy By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. Editor’s note: The many important reports produced by Dr. Michael S. Coffman for RANGE magazine have been used as reference material for reporters and researchers in various fields for many years. The topics he explored areContinue Reading

From the Interior Department Press Release BLM Headquarters Office Media Contact: blm_press@blm.gov August 10, 2020   The Bureau of Land Management’s Headquarters Officially Established in Grand Junction, Colorado  Relocation of staff resources enhances the Bureau’s ability to serve the American public   Grand Junction, Colo. – Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt signed Secretary’s OrderContinue Reading

Introduction by Editor On June 8, a large group of livestock affiliates including the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Public Lands Council and American Sheep Industry Association, presented a letter to U.S. Senate leaders warning of the consequences to private land owners, ranchers and farmers of provisions in the Great AmericanContinue Reading

It Means What It Says by GREG WALCHER on SEPTEMBER 29, 2019 Leaders are often advised to be straightforward. “Say what you mean, and mean what you say.” The quote is often attributed to General George Patton, or sometimes to President Harry Truman. There is no evidence either of them ever said it,Continue Reading