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The Inmates Are In Charge
Global-warming fanatics contend the sky is falling
despite freezing temperatures and record snowfall.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D.


ILLUSTRATION © JOHN BARDWELL

Working Hands
Cowboys in their element.
By Scott Baxter


PHOTO © SCOTT BAXTER
The Green Insiders
Are big spenders being taken for a ride?
By Dave Skinner


ILLUSTRATIONS © JOHN BARDWELL
Portrait of the West
Kaleb Wayne Donker in Montana.
By Cynthia Baldauf.

PHOTO © JESSI DONKER

The Litigation Factory
CBD's story of greed, power and deceit.
By Chance Gowan.


PHOTO © ROBERT S. MICHELSON/TOM STACK & ASSOC.
Geezers
The border fence needs to be around Washington, D.C.
By Hank Vogler

INTERNET PHOTO
Just a Rancher
An occupation as old as the human race.
By Lee Pitts

PHOTO © KARI WALKER
Unprepared
It's 1918 all over again.
By Barry Perryman, Ph.D.

Up Front
Attitude on tilt.
By C.J. Hadley
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PHOTO © JEFF ROSS

Letters
Opinion from America's outback.


PHOTO © BEV PETTIT

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News on the Hage case:

Get Back To Me
Yeah, get back to me. I know you will. And when you do, we farmers will stand amused at your little rant.

Australia's Agriculture is much like American Agriculture. Farmers sustain our way of life and help ensure the economic well-being of the nation.
Australian Agriculture: The Greatest Story Never Told

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The Inmates Are In Charge
Global-warming fanatics contend the sky is falling
despite freezing temperatures and record snowfall.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Spring 2015)

Secret Science
John Beale and an EPA Story of fraud and deceit.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Winter 2015)


EPA Wants It All
Expanding jurisdiction.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Winter 2015)

Patterns of Harassment
Only something funny happened on the way to hanging
Cliven Bundy's scalp on the lodge pole.
By Vin Suprynowicz (Fall 2014)

Onslaught at Gold Butte.
Who owns the West?
Is it all about the tortoise?
The Reid Connection.
More Federal Takings.
Up Front: Bravado from Bunkerville.
BLM Then & Now.

Agenda 21: Swallowing America
America's weak leaders are using bribes to force communities to comply with the United Nations' dangerous Agenda 21.
Goodbye property rights.
How Agenda 21 works.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Winter 2014)

All Special Reports 1998 - 2015

 

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