Tag: federal overreach
A monument supporter said, “This is a coalition of the Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, Wilderness Alliance. They brought in a bus from Flagstaff, from Durango, from Moab.”
Out-of-state interests advocating for unilateral presidential action argue that a monument designation is the only means of protecting the Bears Ears area. But this argument is plainly false.
Do you trust the BLM, headed by Harry Reid lackey, Neil Kornze, to use surveillance drones for the limited and specific purposes they profess?
Elected law enforcement officers from Nephi to Blanding call him an arrogant and dishonest bully who has little regard for local authority and dodges accountability,
McCarthy says, “That’s what… reinventing a global economy looks like.”
BLM refused to allow Love, his law enforcement superiors or its state directors to comment for this article. Nor would BLM answer basic questions about Love’s professional resume — when he was hired, his age, where he previously worked and his law enforcement qualifications.
Colorado Republicans blasted the agency after the Durango Heraldreported that an EPA official nixed some of La Plata County’s proposed cooperative agreement for $2.4 million in spill-related costs over 10 years at a Wednesday meeting of the county’s board of commissioners.
Obama plans to expand the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument northward from New Mexico into the San Luis Valley run into opposition.
“It caused hundreds, maybe thousands of farmers to lose their crops and have their crops affected last season,” said Mihio Manus, spokesman for the Navajo Nation’s president.
Nothing in the US Constitution justifies the institutionalized assumption that the federal government had the right to act as “trustee” on behalf of its so-called Indian “wards.”