John Hoak, a friend of RANGE magazine from Bighorn, Wyoming, evoked a little controversy with his recent letter to Mitt Romney, (see “Wyoming man opens a can of “whoop ass” on Mitt Romney for conviction vote). Saying that John Hoak is “opinionated” in his letters to various parties doesn’t quiteContinue Reading by William Perry Pendley January 5, 2016 5:30 PM ‘Over the past two decades . . . government officials, and perhaps [others], entered into a literal, intentional conspiracy to deprive [the family members] not only of their [grazing] permits but also of their vested water rights. This behavior shocksContinue Reading

We have talked about Food Freedom before, but what do you really know about the Food Freedom Movement? Earlier this year, a new Food Freedom law took effect in Wyoming that exempts producers from “licensure, permitting, certification, inspection, packaging, or labeling” regulations when selling food (with the exception of non-poultry,Continue Reading by David French January 4, 2016 3:55 PM @DavidAFrench Watching the news yesterday, a person could be forgiven for thinking that a small group of Americans had literally lost their minds. Militias are marching through Oregon on behalf of convicted arsonists? A small band of armed men has takenContinue Reading

  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 to southeastern Utah. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes told reporters that Utah, Colorado and New Mexico, both individually and collectively,Continue Reading

  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 deck: you’re always going to lose. The game is rigged, and “we the people” keep getting dealt the same losingContinue Reading

  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 the water. An estimated 1 million gallons of waste water spilled out of an abandoned mine area in the southernContinue Reading

  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 a very small, select group of Native Americans in southeastern Utah, their presence made known only to a chosen fewContinue Reading

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 and has motioned that he disqualify himself. In a motion filed Monday, Lyman’s attorney claimed that U.S. District Judge RobertContinue Reading

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 independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia declaring the United States independent from GreatContinue Reading