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Utah takes feds to court over violation of statehood equality

Posted by in Constitution, Federal Abuse, Natural Resources

In Utah, nearly 70 percent of the state is owned by the federal government, limiting the state’s control over land uses, such as grazing, oil and gas development, and forest management.


Avoiding political commentary, Former Bundy attorney produces ‘unannotated’ pocket Constitution

Posted by in Constitution, Education, Law

Pocket-sized versions of the United States Constitution have been carried for years by patriots and activists eager to understand its contents and apply its tenets in everyday discourse.


VIDEO: The appalling economic, environmental and social costs of federal control

Posted by in Constitution, Economy, Federal Land Grabs

This video chronicles the crushing cost to counties in the West of federal control over lands and resources.


Utah Sheriffs push back against federal agency overreach

Posted by in Bullying, Constitution, Federal Land Grabs

“There is an agenda — and don’t kid yourself — there’s an agenda to get rid of the grazing, there’s an agenda to shut down our roads,” Perkins says.


Constitutional Sheriffs, Peace Officers confront federal abuse, overreach

Posted by in Constitution, Federal Abuse, Law Enforcement

The rule of law should reign supreme in any peaceful society, and when the law is broken society’s enforcers should do their duty to the best of their ability. But what if a law is oppressive or unjust?


Reports of LaVoy Finicum killing present more questions than answers

Posted by in Constitution, Federal militarism, First Amendment

Investigations into actions by the Oregon State Patrol and FBI which lead to the killing of LaVoy Finicum, are churning up more questions than official reports can answer.


Federal Government death-grip on western states is illegal

Posted by in Constitution, Federal Overreach, Public Lands

“Government bureaucrats can’t figure out whether they’re landlord or king,” as they “steamroll state agencies, ride roughshod over regional water rights, and destroy environmental laws in an arrogant nullification of 200 years of constitutional history.”


The “kook” idea that will save our Western states

Posted by in Constitution, Transfer of Public Lands

The federal government loses money on the public lands it manages. The states make money, and quite a bit of it.


How American History Improves Educational Achievement

Posted by in Constitution, Education

A number of our social problems and political divisions come from the inability of people to formulate and conform to a national identity. Minorities fail to assimilate properly because they’re not taught what it means to be an American. Even non-immigrant students are sometimes confused about what is right with America, what is wrong about our history, and whether or not they should be proud of their country.


Why the Constitution Must be Restored

Posted by in Constitution, Last Days, Mormonism

The first basic principle is agency. The central issue in that premortal council was: Shall the children of God have untrammeled agency to choose the course they should follow, whether good or evil, or shall they be coerced and forced to be obedient?


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