Bundy Trial: Indictment of the BLM

  The Bundy trial is over, and the Federal government is barred from trying them again on the same charges. The prosecution was severely criticized by the Federal judge hearing the case, and US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered an investigation into the prosecution. It’s a vindication of the Bundys and an indictment of …

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Bundy Case Falters With Mistrial

  If you’re following the Bundy case, you know there was a big surprise in December - the judge declared a mistrial. Federal District Court Judge Gloria Navarro said the mistrial occurred because prosecutors had withheld evidence and missed deadlines to provide information that could have helped the defense. The Bundy trials, of course, are …

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Bundy Trials: A Message to the BLM

  If you’ve been following the Bundy trials, you’ve probably noticed there’s a trend going on, and it is not the trend people might have expected. The trend is against the government - they are losing most of their cases. The Bundy trials, of course, are the result of a group of American cattle ranchers …

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What to do with 44,000 wild horses

  The Bureau of Land Management is under fire again, this time for something it hasn’t even done.  An advisory group suggested that the Bureau euthanize or sell without restrictions the 45,000 or so  “unadoptable” horses and burros that the BLM is holding in off-range corrals and pastures.  The suggestion touched a nerve with wild …

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