To OWN PROPERTY is the very foundation of
your LIFE, LIBERTY and PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS!

CALL TO ACTION

TO: County Sheriffs, County Commissioners, Mayors, State House Representatives
and Senators, U.S. Congressman and Senators and Governors:
There are U.S. CITIZENS in communities you represent, who are under ATTACK!
ATTACK by who?
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PROTECT YOUR PRIVATE PROPERTY!
We can show you how …

FROM PREFERENCE RIGHTS TO GRAZING ALLOTMENTS: WHY RANCHERS OWN THEIR ALLOTMENTS

By Angus McIntosh PhD, Executive Director, Range Allotment Owners Association

There are many US Supreme Court decisions on the subject of “pioneer rights” or settler’s rights of “possession”, “occupancy” or “use” through “settlement” and “improvement”. One case that specifically refers to these possessory rights as “pioneer rights” is Lamb v Davenport, 85 US 307 (1873).

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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT: Watt v. WESTERN NUCLEAR, INC., (1983)

No. 81-1686

Argued: January 17, 1983
Decided: June 6, 1983

The Stock-Raising Homestead Act of 1916 (SRHA) provided for the settlement of homesteads on lands the surface of which was “chiefly valuable for grazing and raising forage crops.” Section 9 of the SRHA reserved to the United States title to “all the coal and minerals” in lands patented under the Act.

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Equal Protection from Personal Attack (Malicious Deprivation of Constitutional Rights) Act by Federal Employee

Concept by Roni Bell Sylvester

Drafted by Dr. Angus McIntosh

Please demand your state and U.S. representatives support and pass Equal Standing.

Please click here for Equal Standing Bill

Roni Bell Sylvester
(970) 284-6874

Always ask the feds to ‘show me the statute’ and don’t forget everything they do is subject to your prior existing rights.” Dr. Angus McIntosh

Foremost expert on Private Property Rights on Federal Land

The RANGE ALLOTMENT OWNERS – National Grazing Lands Education Association (RAO) is a national level association of livestock producers who are Allotment Owners in the 17 contiguous Western States.

RAO also accepts applications for non-voting membership from livestock organizations or businesses that support stockraising agriculture and the Constitutional right to own and control property.

The RAO was formed for the purpose of educating, informing, and assisting Allotment Owners in protecting their property rights and promoting the interests of livestock organizations, businesses, and communities dependent on the Western livestock industry.

Dr. Angus McIntosh, Executive Director of ROA, Foremost expert on Private Property Rights on Federal Land

Click here for Policy Position Paper of the Range Allotment Owners Association: The Relationship of Range Units and Grazing Allotments to Federal “Permits” issued by the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service.

 

PRESS RELEASES

Drain The Public Lands Swamp!

By Angus McIntosh, PhD, Executive Director, Range Allotment Owners Association

It’s been in the news that Washington career lobbyists and globalist insiders in the D.C. “swamp” want ranchers to believe that they have no rights.

Recently, the Range Allotment Owners Association (RAO), an association of Western ranchers that own Grazing Allotments and Range Units on split-estate land in the 17 Western States, was attacked in the press by the Public Lands Council (PLC), the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), and state affiliates of those organizations (such as the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association).

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PLC and Legal Community Comment on the 
Range Allotment Owners Association

WASHINGTON (Feb. 20, 2017) — Ethan Lane, executive director of the Public Lands Council, today released the following statement and open letter regarding the Range Allotment Owners Association:

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Chuck Sylvester letter 

Colorado Cattlemen’s Association
8833 Ralston Road
Arvada, CO 80002-2239

Public Lands Council
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington DC 20004

February 22, 2017

Dear CCA, PLC and NCBA,

It has just been brought to my attention that your organizations, the Public Lands Council (PLC), Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) filed a joint objection to my involvement with the Range Allotment Owners Association (RAO).

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Land And Water USA encourages you to have your local
printer print signs with this exact verbiage:

“NO TRESPASSING
TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW

NO IMMUNITY FOR CRIMINAL TRESSPASS BY GOVERNMENT PARTIES”

LAW USA finds that 12″ X 18″ Metal signs with convenient hanging holes are best for farms/ranches/feedlots etc.

You and your printer decide the size and fabrication that best suits you. Make sure you use this exact verbiage!

Urbanites have stickers made to place on their electric meters, and plastic signs for their gates.

If every private property owner placed these No Trespassing signs on their property,
we could diminish the negative impact of federal overreach overnight!

LET’S DO IT!