by Charlotte Mitchell and James Gordon for The Daily Mail Forestry student-turned-shaman, 30, faces nine years in jail for ‘starting California’s Fawn Fire’ that has burned 8,500 acres and destroyed 41 homes: DA suspects she could be ‘serial arsonist’ Alexandra Souverneva, 30, of Palo Alto, has been charged with felony
By Edward Ring Originally published by American Greatness in September, 2020 Environmentalists Destroyed California’s Forests The catastrophic fires that have immolated millions of acres of forests in the Golden State were preventable, and for decades, everyone knew what had to be done. Millions of acres of California forest have been
Gary Stephen Maynard, 47, is believed to have worked at a number of colleges in California, including Santa Clara University and Sonoma State University, where a Dr. Gary Maynard is listed as a lecturer in criminal justice studies specializing in criminal justice, cults and deviant behavior. by Sam Stanton for Sacramento
Newspeak ˈn(y)o͞oˌspēk NOUN ambiguous euphemistic language used chiefly in political propaganda. What, no “Shoot, Shovel and Shut Up?” The deceptively-named Western Landowners Alliance (WLA) is composed not of ranchers and farmers but of politically-connected millionaire and billionaire environmental activists. As RANGE magazine’s intrepid reporter, Dave Skinner, explained in his Winter
Biden’s Conservation Plan Hints at Land Grab, Governors Warn By Petr Svab for Epoch Times LINCOLN, Neb.—Tucked away on page nine of one of President Joe Biden’s executive orders on climate change are two small paragraphs that have raised alarm among governors of more than a dozen states. The paragraphs task the
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 of
Jonathan Wood Salt Lake Tribune Jonathan Wood: Threatened rule improves incentives to recover endangered species Biden administration considering rules that would make it more difficult to protect prairie dogs and other species. Several years ago, visitors to southwestern Utah would encounter unusual old-west style “wanted” posters. Instead of a bandit,
Opinion by Montana State Representative Dan Bartel for Northern Ag Network The tax exemption APR enjoys also gives them a major advantage in the marketplace for land. APR is able to pay premium prices as they compete directly against young farmers and ranchers trying to get their start. By Rep.