Nature Conservancy deal shows threat of conservation fund

Nature Conservancy deal shows threat of conservation fund

— Published with Permission of cfact.org — By flipping 300 acres of private land in Montana to the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Nature Conservancy (TNC) has solidified its reputation as “the feds’ real estate agent.” In...
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Land and Water Right advocates introduce the ‘PEOPLE’s COMPACT’ in Ronan, Montana

Land and Water Right advocates introduce the ‘PEOPLE’s COMPACT’ in Ronan, Montana

(The above video was recorded at a public Meeting in Ronan, Montana, where the People’s approach to the Reserved Water Rights Compact was introduced!) The People of Montana need to get the word out on some exciting news. A completely...
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‘Voter Fraud in Montana’ Reported by Elaine Willman

‘Voter Fraud in Montana’ Reported by Elaine Willman

A compelling case against Montana US Senator Jon Tester being re-elected is presented in a new video by author Elaine Willman who interviews Christopher Kortlander, owner of the historic town of Garryowen, Montana and founding director of the Custer Battlefiel...
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Montana lawmakers call out misleading wilderness poll

Montana lawmakers call out misleading wilderness poll

— Published with Permission of FreeRangeReport.com — “The only poll I care about is what folks in impacted communities want,” Gianforte told Montana Public Radio. “And I’ve heard clearly from county commissioners, local officials, m...
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Stealing (Federalizing) Montana and other State Waters

Stealing (Federalizing) Montana and other State Waters

Here is an enormous threat to the farm and cattle community coming to Western States. I recently identified ten major legal flaws of a proposed Tribal Water Compact, and identified them as the principle beliefs of Montana Senator Jon Tester....
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Justice Delayed on Lawsuit over Water Compact?

Justice Delayed on Lawsuit over Water Compact?

Below is a letter-to-editor that I wrote regarding a long-overdue court ruling on the legality of the Montana Legislature’s vote approving the CSKT Water Compact. The State legislature voted on April 11, 2005 by simple majority, instead of a State...
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