January 5, 2013 Please welcome Sherry Peel Jackson
As a former IRS agent, what Sherry has to share is of importance to each of us.
January 2013 Newsletter
January 4, 2013 Bias and Deception. As we start the New Year many people that I talk with have a common theme for 2013: A Clean Slate A Fresh Start Integrity Honesty Purity These are ideals that are being expressed in conversations all over the globe. There has been so much deception in the past that people are [...] Read more »
We the People- NOT government - OWN federal lands. We the People hire government employees to “manage”- NOT “control” - these lands. Through chain of title and beneficial use, historic law supports the fact that some users of federal lands have long established historic rights that have never been extinguished.
These rights include ownership of water and forage, and possibly even the land. Federal employees have the legal responsibility to obey the authority of those who have said ownerships, and not the reverse. LAW USA
"Property is surely a right of mankind as real as liberty...The moment the
idea is admitted into society that property is not as sacred as the
laws of God, and that there is not force of law and public justice
to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence."
John Adams Defense of the Constitutions of Government 1787.
Don't let ANYONE bully you!
Is someone trying to co-op your image? Tromping around trespassing on your property? Pretending your property is theirs by using it in their brochures? Is a government employee trying to bully you into letting them on your property? Do you know that NO ONE and NO AGENCY, STATE OR FEDERAL, is above the law? Click here.
Southern Colorado Livestock Association (Founded 1872)
L to R, Bud Daniel, Folsom, NM; Abel Benavidez, Model, CO; Stan White and Dee White right in front of Stan, Aguilar, CO; Jill Tamburelli, Aguilar, CO; Chuck Sylvester, La Salle, CO; Marty Canterbury, Kim, CO with June Valentine, Aguilar, CO right in front of Marty; Kimmi Lewis, Kim, CO; Cathy Daniel, Folsom, NM; Johnnie Mayhan, Kim, CO; Dan Doherty, Trinchera, CO; Geral Smith with Jamie Smith right in front of him, Trinchera, CO; Jack Crowder, Branson, CO; Bob Mead, Trinidad, CO; Randy Howell, Trinidad, CO. Seated: Judy Benavidez, Model, CO and Joanne Mead, Trinidad, CO. Photo taken April 28, 2012 in Hoene, CO
April 12, 2013 Contributing Educator Danny Matinez can sue U.S. Forest Service Rancher Who Lost 354 Cows to Feds Can Sue - By JAMIE ROSS - PHOENIX (CN) - An Arizona cattle rancher can sue the U.S. Forest Service for seizing and selling nearly 400 of his herd, the Court of Federal Claims ruled.
QUESTION ... Your conclusion could win you a $100 coupon to be redeemed at a restaurant of your choice! Please click here. Knowing what constitutes your property is the most important knowledge you should have today! - Roni Bell Sylvester - Volunteer Editor
November 16, 2012 Question for Property Owners - "Do you, as a land (property) owner, really know how much power the land owner has; or do you just do as you are told by clerks? Obviously "they" know how much - read their "awareness" statement and draw your own conclusion."]
"In 1868 men came out and brought papers. We could not read them, and they did not tell us truly what was in them...When I reached Washington the Great Father (President of the United States) explained to me...that the interpreters had deceived me. All I want is right and justice. They (federal government) made us many promises, more than I can remember. But they kept but one--They promised to take our land...and they took it." Chief Red Cloud of the Ogalala
Please share this with President Barack Hussein Obama and each Department of Interior (DOI) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) employee you know.
"You'll find some people worried about the climate, and others of us worried more about the intellectual climate." - Howard Hayden, Professor Emeritus of Physics, UConn (Now living in Colorado)
March 29, 2013 Climate Seers as Blind Guides
In our continuing efforts to show that research is useful for public policy, we used evidence-based forecasting methods for the global warming issue. The results contrast with the forecasts accepted by many governments around the world. In this Op-Ed, “Climate Seers as Blind Guides,” in the Washington Times, we make recommendations for the use of forecasting for policy issues. (Our original title was “Mr. President, we have a climate forecasting problem.”) This version includes links to the key papers that were cited.
-J. Scott Armstrong
Wharton School, JMHH 747
U. of Pennsylvania, Phila., PA 19104
Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction?
Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying on our backs and hugging the elusive phantom of hope, until our enemies have bound us hand and foot?
– Patrick Henry
March 28, 2013 This is outright evil! - Gov. Mead: Interior cannot meet budget reduction by taking Wyoming’s share of mineral revenues - county10.com
LAW USA encourages private property owners to require each person (Whether government employee or private citizen.) who sets foot on your private property sign thisProperty Admittance Agreement (PAA).
It includes the language... "Grantee does not have permission to share any activity (includes hunting, fishing, dirt moving) or material (includes land, water, structure, foliage, photography, electronic image or video) they see, with any government, government agent, government contractor, representative, private entity, non-profit agent, non-government public organization or non-profit private organization."
...out of consideration of that one, who comes on your property to be the eyes and ears for those who seek to seize control of your land and water. Here's proof: "I would appreciate hearing from any (land trust/conservation easement/interested public) who has a formal policy on the reporting (to a regulatory or non-regulatory agency) of listed (State and Federal) species that they discover during a site visit to a private property." (From a circulated email.)
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