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Stand with Nevada’s Resource Rights Bill AB 408

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, CORRUPTION, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs

From Bundy Ranch, Bunkerville, Nevada


While speaking with people from Las Vegas about the Nevadan’s Resource Rights Bill AB408 it was explained to me that the BLM is imposing fines and forced recourse upon private property owners for building pools in their own backyards.

The BLM claims that the soil that is being removed from private property belongs to them, and that the home owners must get permission from and pay them to remove it. Just to be clear this is the dirt on private property. The feds say they own the minerals, including dirt as a mineral. If we are not purchasing the soil when we buy private property then what are were paying for with our hard earned money? If not the land, then what?
This is just one example of how the Federal Government is seeking to take the resources from the people for themselves. Land and resources = power. This power is too important for the people to lose. What will stop them from claiming that we cannot harvest a garden out of our own backyards, without paying them.
We must stand against this!


The resources committee hearing details are below,
we need everyone we can get to come to one of the locations during the hearing. It does not matter if you live in Nevada or not. This will set a precedence and other states will follow. Please take time off and make this a priority.
Our Rally will begin at 12 Noon, in the Court Yard between the Capitol, Court and Assembly Buildings.
See the map below.

If you cannot make it to Carson City you can watch and learn from Elko and Las Vegas
Meeting: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 1:30 PM
Room 3138 of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV.

Videoconference available at Room 120, High Tech Center, Great Basin College, 1290 Burns Rd, Elko, NV

Videoconference available at Room 4401 of the Grant Sawyer State Office Building, 555 E. Washington Ave., Las Vegas, NV.


Click here if you would like to take a bus to Carson City, we will be leaving from Phoenix and Las Vegas. https://docs.google.com/a/valetfleet.com/forms/d/1PqDPvH7FKhsYrgmZlBRSYrpW62kKv4yvpikA4Qwun1I/viewform
Click to see bill AB408: http://1drv.ms/1xyphWe

Post your support online:


BLM pamphlet claiming they own the soil/minerals:


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Two new Republican State Senators welcomed by Minority Leader Bob Huff

State gov

Orange County Breeze

March 24, 2015

Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) officially welcomed two new Republican Senators to the State Senate Monday, fulfilling the promise of increasing Republican membership from twelve to fourteen members.

Former Orange County Supervisor John Moorloch was officially sworn into office during a ceremony in Orange County after winning a special election for the 37th Senate District. Senator Sharon Runner has already taken the oath of office, after winning a special election for the 21st Senate District.

“I want to congratulate Sharon Runner and John Moorlach for their special election victories and welcome them to our Republican Caucus,” said Senator Huff. “We will continue to bring balance to the Legislature so we can enact legislation and policies that serve the interests of all California families at all income levels.”



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LaMalfa to sponsor Forum on 2014 Fires in Siskiyou Co. April 8, 2015

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA, FIRES, Forestry & USFS

Wow what a retro-BRAIN seizure !!!

Yesterday, I was in a hurry to post the special Forum that CA. Dist. 1 Congressman Doug LaMalfa is holding in Siskiyou County on April 8.  For some unknown reason, I titled the article using the previous Congressman’s (Herger) name.  Truly, I don’t know why my blond brain did that one, as I very much know the difference between the two men.

It is the current Congressman Doug LaMalfa, who is sponsoring the Forum on the 2014 Fires in Siskiyou County on April 8, 2015.

Meeting is at the Happy Camp Grange in Happy Camp 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Next meeting is at the Jr. High gym in Fort Jones.  Time is 5:30 p.m.

I am so very sorry about that !!!  Please forgive me Congressman LaMalfa and staff !

– Editor Liz Bowen



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Congressman LaMalfa to hold Forum on 2014 Fires in Western Siskiyou County April 8, 2015

Agriculture - California, Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA, FIRES, Forestry & USFS, Ray Haupt

Breaking News! — SHARE today!

Please join U.S. Congressman Doug LaMalfa for a Congressional Fire Forum — regarding 2014 fires — on Wed. April 8, 2015.

Two meetings with presentations organized by Siskiyou Co. Dist. 5 Supervisor Ray Haupt, including public input.

Happy Camp Grange Hall from 12:30 to 3 p.m.

Then at Scott Valley Jr. High in Fort Jones from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Public is invited!


Opinion from Jefferson Dispatch in Siskiyou County


March 25, 2015


Fort Jefferson Dispatch

Breaking News Story:  Into the belly of the (other) BEAST.

Jefferson pic 3-23-15

Jefferson State supporters are inside the Oregon State Capitol after testifying to the Oregon Senate Natural Resources Committee on March 23, 2015 in opposition to Senate Bills 206 and 264 that support the illegal KBRA – Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, which includes the destruction of 4 hydro-electric dams in the Klamath River. Klamath County, Oregon and Siskiyou County, California working together! -- Photo by Liz Bowen

Yesterday, before a legislative council of the State of Oregon there suddenly appeared a surprise delegation of Jeffersonians.
It was a dreary day for travel, and some from among these delegates had already traveled hundreds of miles in performance of their crucial duties spreading the message of truth and hope throughout the land . . .
Their mission – infiltrate the infamous power center depicted as the (other X) of their Double X Seal, and strike the first blow from within the very bowels of the great Leviathan called Salem . . .
It was a sudden development, and as usual the opposition would be entrenched, fortified and overwhelming.
But the need was great as fellow farmers and ranchers in Southern Oregon sounded the alarm which sparked a “Minute-man” response from their Jeffersonian neighbors in Siskiyou County.
The issue – water, the precious commodity needed to sustain all life. But like other valuable commodities found within the boundaries of Jefferson, greedy power-mongers continually seek to seize and control these precious lifelines in order to satisfy the ravenous appetites of their own idols – the false gods of extreme environmentalism and central government . . .
It is an age-old plan, easily recognized through the lens of the Double X’s, yet difficult to combat in this present age of lies and corruption. Yet, these Jeffersonians remain undeterred and well equipped to wield the sword of truth having become battle-hardened and bold as they continually fuel the very revival of the Double-X movement now spreading like fire throughout the land.

Being just ordinary people, liken to any others to be found within the boundaries of this growing movement, their identities need not be revealed. On raids such as this, their strength resides in their anonymity. And the element of surprise always proves a good strategy when outnumbered. Even in this tiny delegation they, nevertheless, bear secret titles like “founders, historians, supervisors, chairmen and business owners”. Not outwardly displaying these titles as badges of honor or recognition, however, and not exacting compensation for what they do, they spread their strength through service to their bretheren who then turn and serve others too. This service is their only reward in hopes that their children and future generations reap the benefits of liberty rather than slavery. This is why they were called upon yesterday . . .

So, before the sun rose and long after it set, they stealthily advanced gaining from one-another the strength and strategies needed for this situation and beyond. And by the time the day was done, their mission was accomplished . . . Now the Truth will do what needs to be done.

The secret weapon in Jefferson is the the truth after all. And even in the heart of the “Great Salem Leviathan” its power was on display as the ordinary people gathered within the crowded council chambers yesterday.
And something did happened within the bowels of the great beast as the testimonies poured forth from the Jeffersonians. An aire of respect or a wisp of revere seemed evident even among the opposing parties who were there. The Jeffersonians knew it was a presence beyond their own, a protector or a guide-something they’d all sensed before . . .

Perhaps on this day their strength came from an inscription etched in the stone above the entry into the lavish Capitol building where a few gathered with their humble banner on display.
Or, . . . perhaps it was when they simply gathered outside the city for a meal, some fellowship, and a chance to pray.

Who knows why this movement keeps growing and growing- like a contagion it now spreads far and wide!
Even into the bowels of the foul cities they go- these delegates with their petitions in hand.
They call on each other to advance the truth, even against the polluting tide.

From Sacramento to Salem they’re now liberating their land from the grip of the liars and thieves who’ve robbed them.
And hope is their companion as their faithfulness abounds, these Jeffersonians who’ve taken their stand . . .


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Nevadan’s Resource Rights Bill (NRR) – AB408

Bundy Battle - Nevada

March 23, 2015

From Ammon Bundy, Bundy Ranch in Nevada

Dear Friends,

Please allow me to apologize for not sending you emails for the past while. Sometimes we almost get too busy. But, with your support we are making a difference.

Today we have something very critical on the table, and we need you to take action.

The Nevadan’s Resource Rights Bill (NRR) has been given a bill number (AB408) and will go before the Resource Committee on March 31st. This is a tremendous accomplishment, one that could not have been achieved without your actions. We started out thinking that if a group of people would act together in unity we could make a real difference. So far each of you have proven this to be correct. THANK YOU!


• Go this link to show support for the bill,


select bill number AB408, select FOR,

and put in your name and address.

This is the official website for the Nevada Legislature and legislators use it to determine public support. If you are a citizen of Nevada it is a bonus, but it does not matter where you live, we need the support of all the States around us including those out east.

Please click on the link and fill in the form to show your support for the bill.

• Show up in Carson City, March 31st at 9 am. Over 15 Nevada State Legislators sponsored the NRR bill and have asked that we fill the house during the committee hearing. We must show up in person and make our presents known. If we fill the house, the committee will pass it and the talk of the 2015 session will be the NRR bill (AB408). With enough of your physical support in Carson City the committee will pass the NRR bill and it will have a substantial chance of becoming Nevada law soon after. Plan on making the trip. I will get you more details in a few days.

• Send this to your family and friends and ask them to support as well.

As always, my honor to stand with you,

Ammon Bundy

Nevadan,s Resource Rights Bill (NRR) – AB408

“It is simple, the land and resources belong to the people, not the government”

AN ACT relating to the right of an individual to beneficially use the natural resources on public lands, and the right of private property owners to beneficially use the natural recourses on deeded property, the right of the public to access the land; prohibiting the Federal Government from owning or regulating certain lands, natural resources and the right to use public waters without proper cession from the State as set forth in the U.S. Constitution; requiring the State Land Registrar to adopt regulations that provide for the appropriation and registration of grazing, logging, mineral development or other beneficial use rights on public lands; requiring the State Land Registrar to sell permits for grazing, logging, mineral development or other beneficial uses on public lands for which such rights are not registered and appropriated; requiring the board of county commissioners of each county to impose a defense tax on production from the beneficial use of public lands; and providing for matters to defend the rights of the people.

Link to the NRR outline,


Notice: When you receive an email from us the subject will be one of the following and will indicate if action is needed

• UPDATE (Information about various different topics related to the protection of our rights)
• ACTION NEEDED (Specific directions or instructions to act upon as soon as possible)
• URGENT ACTION NEEDED (Specific direction or instruction of actions that needs immediately action)

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Westside Fire Recovery Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement Open House Schedule

FIRES, Forestry & USFS

U.S. Forest Service
Klamath National Forest
1711 South Main Street
Yreka CA 96097

Voice: 530-842-6131
Email: klamathinfo@fs.fed.us
Web: www.fs.usda.gov/klamath

News Release
Media Contact: Joshua Veal
Additional Contact: Don Ferguson

Westside Fire Recovery Project Draft Environmental
Impact Statement Open House Schedule

Yreka, CA – The Klamath National Forest will host open house meetings to discuss and solicit comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Westside Fire Recovery Project (WFRP) in several Siskiyou County communities starting March 26th.

Meetings are planned in the following communities:

Thursday, March 26th in Ft. Jones at the Salmon/Scott District Office, 6:00 p.m.-8:00

Friday, March 27th in Scott Bar at the Community Hall, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 31st in Happy Camp at the Karuk Senior Nutrition Center, 6:00
p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 2nd in Klamath River at the Community Hall, 5:00p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 4th in Yreka at the Klamath National Forest Headquarters, 12:00
p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 7th in Eureka at the Six Rivers National Forest Headquarters, 5:30
p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Additional meetings are planned at Seiad and Sawyers Bar and will be announced
early next week.

The WFRP is underway in order to treat lands burned in the 2014 wildfires on the
Klamath National Forest. The project proposes to reduce safety hazards to the public
and Forest workers; obtain maximum economic commodity value from burned timber; and increase the likelihood and speed by which burned forested areas regenerate. The DEIS describes the impacts of a range of alternative treatment proposals.

The purpose of the meeting is to help the public understand the alternatives proposed in the DEIS, and to solicit comments. While the designated official comment period ends April 13, Forest Supervisor Patricia Grantham stated, “We never stop listening to
comments. Public involvement and engagement has been instrumental to our success
in managing public lands.” Grantham added that the Forest Service values public
participation and wants to give everyone with an interest in this landscape the
opportunity to participate regarding this project.

Comments posted after the close of a designated comment period may not be able to
be given full consideration. Commenter’s names and contact information will become
part of the public record.

The DEIS, maps and other information are available on the Klamath National Forest
website under Westside Fire Recovery Project Page at:


The WFRP is located within the Beaver Fire, Happy Camp Complex Fire, and Whites
Fire perimeters in the Happy Camp, Salmon/Scott River Ranger Districts.


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California first to feel hydro-power crunch of drought

California Rivers, California water, Dams other than Klamath

PNP comment: So why would anyone want to destroy 4 perfectly, well-working hydro-electric dams in the Klamath River?  Editor Liz Bowen


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Flying over the Sierra Nevada as California entered its fourth year of drought, the state’s energy chief looked down and saw stark bare granite cloaked in dirty brown haze — not the usual pristine white peaks heaped with snow that would run the state’s hydroelectric dams for the year.

Spring is arriving with the Pacific Northwest measuring near record-low-snowfall, and much of the rest of the West below average. But what California is experiencing is historically low snowpack — a meager accumulation that has serious implications not only for the state but potentially for the entire West if the drought not just of water, but of snow, persists.

Snowpack at 12 percent of average in the Sierra Nevada means there is less runoff to feed rivers and streams that run through dams to generate cleanly produced hydroelectric power. Despite the state’s ambitious clean-air goals, officials are turning to dirtier, more costly fossil-fuel plants to fill some of the power gap. They also will seek more hydroelectricity imports in a region expected to have markedly less to offer this summer.

At a minimum, “we’ll keep the lights on,” said Robert Weisenmiller, chairman of the California Energy Commission. “We’re not concerned about not having power.”

“What we’re concerned about,” Weisenmiller said, “is the power is going to come from different sources not as benign” for the health of people and the environment as hydroelectricity.

A study this past week by the nonprofit Pacific Institute think tank in Oakland, California, estimated that three years of waning hydroelectricity during California’s drought already have cost utility ratepayers $1.4 billion, including purchases of power from natural gas-fired plants to make up for reduced hydroelectric power.

The increased reliance on fossil fuel also caused an 8 percent rise in emissions of climate-changing carbon dioxide in California, the Pacific Institute said.

Robert Oglesby, executive director of the state energy commission, said he didn’t expect the decline of hydro power— and the boost in gas-fired power— to set back California’s goal of generating 33 percent of electricity from renewable energy by 2020. That’s because large hydroelectric dams, which are controversial because they block natural river flows, are not officially included with solar, wind and other sources in California’s renewable energy equation.



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McClintock Opposes Flows From New Melones

CA. Congressman Tom McClintock


March 20, 2015

McClintock Opposes Flows From New Melones

Congressman McClintock is very troubled by pulse flows proposed by the Bureau of Reclamation from the New Melones Reservoir for environmental purposes. As the reservoir is only one-quarter full – a dangerously low level for the start of the dry season, these flows threaten to deprive residents of Calaveras County of their drinking water supply. Congressman McClintock discussed the situation with Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan Lopez by telephone and sent a letter to follow-up.

“I can only express directly and unambiguously the consequences of [this action] and to reiterate my warning to you: if you release this water for fish now and the human population of Copperopolis and surrounding communities runs dry as a result – it will be an entirely avoidable human tragedy of your own making,” stated Congressman McClintock in the letter.

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Siskiyou County: Death Investigation Update 3-20-15

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report


Death Investigation Update

**March 20, 2014**

On March 19, 2015 just prior to 6:00 pm, Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies responded to a report of an occupied, parked vehicle in the Deer Creek area, an unincorporated expanse of land located north of the City of Yreka and east of SR 263. A deceased male adult was found in the vehicle. Although the SCSO was involved with a separate coroner’s investigation and assist involving a death investigation initiated by the Yreka Police Department in their city, there is no evidence or other indicators to connect the two deaths. The deceased person recovered in the Deer Creek area was identified as Mr. Godfrey Ifiemi Ginah, 19 years-old, with an address in Alameda County, California. Mr. Ginah was previously reported missing by Alameda County law enforcement authorities.

According to Sheriff Lopey, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Mr. Ginah. The case is still under investigation and the manner and cause of death will not be determined until an autopsy is conducted within the next few days. Anyone with any information about Mr. Ginah is urged to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office at the 24-hour dispatch number of (530) 841-2900.”

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