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- 21. Waco Style Shoot Out Brewing in Nevada Against Cattle Rancher?
Please keep an eye on this issue! The federal government along with radical environmentalists are willing to destroy a multiple-generation operation and steal this rancher's cattle over an "endangered" ................desert tortoise.
YET, just 8 months ago the government and environmentalists planned to euthanize the desert tortoises, due to budget cuts in a refuge. See Government Plans to Euthanize hundreds of desert tortoises after budget cuts to Refuge.
The very same scenario is unfolding in Arizona, compliments of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) and radical environmentalsts who want to declare the Mexican wolf as endangered and release wolves across 15 Arizona counties. The gross economic output of the agricultural industry in the area is estimated to be $4.2 billion annually.
Send an email to both Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespie (Sheriff@lvmpd.com) and Governor Brian Sandoval and tell them to stand up against the BLM and order the federal government out of Clark County and out of Nevada. To contact Gov Sandoval, click HEREClick here to read more
- 22. Tying Statehood and Education Funding Together
- This is a great article written by Shirley Dye, and recently published in the Payson Roundup. Shirley, by the way, is a Payson Unified School District board member, and she has completed Levels 1, 2, and 3 of the Center For Self Governance coursework. This Op-Ed was her homework assignment prior to being admitted to Level 3.After you read her article, you will understand why we must take action to get our Arizona lands back from the United States Government! Much of our education funding comes from private property taxes. Did you know that in Gila County, 96% of the land is owned by the federal government? How are we supposed to support our schools with table scraps? In fact, the federal government owns 83% of all of Arizona! Please support HB2700, which is referenced in Shirley's Op-Ed. Click HERE for the link to HB2700.Tying Statehood and Education Funding Togetherby Shirley Dye