No More Rules or Treaties — States Need to Take Control of their Land

No More Rules or Treaties — States Need to Take Control of their Land

Is a UN Agenda Soon to Become U.S. Statute? For years the western United States have had to put up with the rules made by the U.S. Forest Service and BLM which has run roughshod over our land telling us...
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UN’s Global Governance Agenda Poised to Become US Statute

UN’s Global Governance Agenda Poised to Become US Statute

This is a four-part series that examines the UN’s goal of global governance, how the Department of the Interior’s new strategy of landscape-scale mitigation is an ideal vehicle for the injection of the UN’s agenda into US policy, how the...
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Salmon-Challis National Forest Collaboratives

Salmon-Challis National Forest Collaboratives

With the death of the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, NGOs, federal and state agencies, and land trusts had to reorganize. This reorganization has taken place under the Network for Landscape Conservation (NLC). With foundations, the NLC set up the Doris D...
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Governors: Traitors To The People

Governors: Traitors To The People

With the slow death of illegal Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCC), the regrouping of the organizations that comprised LCCs, and new funding from foundations for continued work, the pursuit of taking land continues. The Western Governors Association (WGA...
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Exposing the Idaho Conservation League (ICL)

Exposing the Idaho Conservation League (ICL)

While George Soros is known to heavily fund progressive agendas, there is another billionaire whose goal is to fund environmental causes, Hansjörg Wyss. A native of Switzerland who now lives in Wilson, Wyoming, Mr. Wyss made his fortune in medical...
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Idaho Legislators & Citizens Beware

Idaho Legislators & Citizens Beware

Although not completely confirmed, it appears the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCC) may be on the way out, partially due to lack of continued funding. In a scramble, how will these partnerships between non-governmental organizations (NGO), federal agen...
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Idaho House Bill 162

Idaho House Bill 162

H.B. 162, Idaho Council on Federal Lands, has passed the house and forwarded to the Senate Resources & Environment Committee for a hearing on Monday, March 11, 2019 at 12:15pm. The purpose of this legislation is providing for a legislative...
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Network For Landscape Conservation

Network For Landscape Conservation

It is well known that the federal government is heavily in bed with non-governmental organizations (NGO), especially our resource agencies through the Department of Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS). What may not be understood is how big...
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Community Based Tourism

Community Based Tourism

Technocrats, those who are driven to have scientific control over society, are working hard to ultimately design how we recreate, known as Community Based Tourism (CBT). In there quest for ultimate control, they are determined to design the area where...
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Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

The federal government has increasingly been engaging in public-private partnerships (P3) as a way in which to fund projects. A huge portion of these partnerships involves conservation and land use, but not to the advantage of Idahoans. Rep. Simpson was...
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A Republic If You Can Keep It!

A Republic If You Can Keep It!

The United States Constitution guarantees every State in the Union a Republican Form of Government (Article IV, Section 4). This simple promise to the States is only vaguely apparent in the operations of the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho or...
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Salmon-Challis Wilderness News

Salmon-Challis Wilderness News

Hot off the press, courtesy of the Challis Messenger. The news story below was printed about a month after the December 13th meeting sponsored by the Forest Service to present their findings regarding areas under consideration for additional Wilderness design...
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