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New articles on the Nevada Bundy trials

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, Hypocrisy, LAWS or law, Liberty

Redoubt.com news has a flurry of new articles regarding sentencing of defendants how Nevada’s Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro is handling the court room. 

Go to:  https://redoubtnews.com/

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LaVoy Finicum shooting: FBI agent indicted for alleged false statements

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, LaVoy Finicum, LAWS or law, Lawsuits, Liberty
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Memorial Event for rancher LaVoy Finicum — Memorial Weekend

Agriculture, Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, LaVoy Finicum, LAWS or law, Liberty

Hello Dear Friends,

Thank you for signing our petition for a congressional investigation of the assassination of LaVoy Finicum.

Since LaVoy’s murder, we have worked diligently while suffering through great sorrow and chaos to get ourselves organized to continue his message of the proper role of government. We plan to launch our campaign in July, which is the 6th month anniversary of his murder.

Many have asked how they might help during this difficult time.

First and foremost, we invite everyone to read the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. We cannot pass the heritage of liberty and freedom to the next generation if the principles of the Constitution are not first burning in our hearts. If you do not have a personal copy of the Constitution, you can purchase one on our website for $1.00. Here is the link to our website: www.onecowboystandforfreedom.com 

Next, anyone who might be looking for something more than this much needed daily study, we invite you to participate in our upcoming Rancher Memorial Event, scheduled for Memorial weekend.

This is a virtual event, which is awesome because it does not restrict the event to one location. Everyone can participate in their hometown. All proceeds help to support either the Bundy or Finicum families, depending on who you sponsor. For registering you receive a blue cowboy bandanna and custom belt buckle with either the Bundy brand or Finicum brand depending on who you sponsor. Pictures of the product can be found in the registration link. Rancher Memorial Event Link: https://www.raceentry.com/races/rancher-memorial-run/2016/register

Our hope is that people will use this Rancher Memorial Event to gather, rally, and educate others about this real story of lost freedoms. Please share the link with all your friends who might be interested in participating.

God help us all as we press forward.


The Finicum Family

“The fight for freedom is God’s fight. So when a man stands for freedom he stands with God…” Ezra Taft Benson.

Website in honor of LaVoy Finicum link below —


LaVoy’s daughters sing below link —

Freedom’s Cry

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State of California flouts its own enviro laws, claims county threatening multi-million-dollar suit

LAWS or law, Lawsuits, State gov

By Matt Fleming, CalWatchdog.com

Sacramento County is threatening to fine Caltrans millions in taxpayer dollars for drilling hundreds of wells over a period of decades in violation of laws aimed at protecting groundwater, records show.

The county set the possible fine at as much as $5.23 million per day to locate and follow proper procedures for a fraction of the wells — the most extreme measure thus far in a long-running jurisdictional spitting contest. The county says the state should have obtained permits, licenses and inspections for 523 narrow wells drilled from January 1990 to May 2014, according to a notice of violation obtained by CalWatchdog.

The wells, four to six inches in diameter, are used to monitor geological conditions and water levels for safe building purposes. State water laws are aimed at making sure the holes, which can extend hundreds of feet into the ground, don’t allow for untreated stormwater or hazardous chemicals to pollute groundwater, which the holes often intersect with.

Caltrans lawyers have for years advised staff that while the agency was subject to the laws, Caltrans could police itself. The agency relied on those opinions in deciding not to obtain the same approval and paperwork from county agencies required of a private individual or company undertaking similar drilling.

Under pressure from county environmental agencies, Caltrans shifted its stance in 2014, announcing its intent to follow the law going forward and outlining a plan to locate wells throughout the state and to work under the proper license.

ensuring that you are in compliance is always a best practice, whether you are an individual or a state department.”

– Mark Dinger, CalTrans spokesman

“Our intention has always been to play by the rules, and ensuring that you are in compliance is always a best practice, whether you are an individual or a state department,” Caltrans spokesman Mark Dinger said.

The dispute with Sacramento County is one of several across the state involving the drilling regulations. The agency has had relatively recent run-ins in Marin, Mendocino, San Joaquin and Humboldt counties. Some of those counties and others have filed records requests on well drilling in their jurisdictions.

The state estimates it drilled 10,000 borings across the state since 1990, though some would not have been subject to the state Water Code at issue.

CalWatchdog asked Dinger why the state agency failed to fully adhere to state and local laws during that time.



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Another attack on the Bill of Rights

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PNP comment: Thanks to our good friend in Idaho, who sent this to us. Pretty sad state of affairs and loss of liberty. The hypocrisy is striking. — Editor Liz Bowen


Idaho city’s ordinance tells pastors to marry gays or go to jail

The Washington Times – Monday, October 20, 2014

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, city officials have laid down the law to Christian pastors within their community, telling them bluntly via an ordinance that if they refuse to marry homosexuals, they will face jail time and fines.

The dictate comes on the heels of a legal battle with Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers who own the Hitching Post wedding chapel in the city, but who oppose gay marriage, The Daily Caller reported.

A federal judge recently ruled that the state’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, while the city of Coeur d’Alene has an ordinance that prevents discrimination based on sexual preference.

The Supreme Court’s recent refusal to take on gay rights’ appeals from five states has opened the doors for same-sex marriages to go forth.

The Knapps were just asked by a gay couple to perform their wedding ceremony, The Daily Caller reported.

“On Friday, a same-sex couple asked to be married by the Knapps, and the Knapps politely declined,” The Daily Signal reported. “The Knapps now face a 180-day jail term and a $1,000 fine for each day they decline to celebrate the same-sex wedding.”

The Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a suit in federal court to stop the city from enforcing the fine and jail sentence, saying in a statement from senior legal counsel Jeremy Tedesco that the government has overstepped its bounds, The Daily Caller reported.

“Many have denied that pastors would ever be forced to perform ceremonies that are completely at odds with their faith, but that’s what is happening here — and it’s happened this quickly,” Mr. Tedersco said, The Daily Caller reported.

But the city sees it differently. As far back as May, city officials were insisting that their ordinance is indeed in line with law.

“If you turn away a gay couple, refuse to provide services for them, then in theory you violated our code, and you’re looking at a potential misdemeanor citation,” said Coeur d’Alene City Attorney Warren Wilson, to KXLY months ago.

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Report on J-H Guest Ranch expansion from Friends of French Creek

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Report from Friends of French Creek on the J-H Guest Ranch expansion discussion at the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors on 1-20-15

FOFC spoke at the Board of Supervisors this morning to much good effect.

Jeffy Marx spoke eloquently and passionately about needing to ensure that JH, with their big money and lawyers, are held accountable to the rules like all the rest of Siskiyou County citizens and businesses. She warned of the danger of setting a bad precedent. She asked that, when their turn comes, the Board deny JH expansion and insist on enforcement of the 1993 permit levels.

Dan Deppen brought his technical expertise as a licensed surveyor to his comments saying that effective code enforcement is needed and also about JH’s long history of evasion of the law.

Michael Stapleton engaged the Supervisors with his review of the history of comments of Scott Valley residents in 1993 complaining about JH expanding and then trying to get permission afterwords: “Deja Vu”.

Betsy Stapleton spoke about Cal-Fire 4290 requirements and asked the Board to support application of those requirements to JH, as well as supporting the Planning Department’s effort to develop enforceable code provisions.

Additional FOFC members, Molly McGowan, Janeane Deppen, Marc Williams, and Bill Marx attend and showed their support.

Greg Plucker (Director of the Planning Dept.) attended and gave the Board an update on both the expansion application (waiting for all the agencies to weigh in) and enforcement of the 1993 permit. Plucker said that the Planning Department has sent a letter to JH saying that the 1993 permit will be enforced, unless/until the expansion is approved.

The Board meeting started with a prayer that spoke to the continued drought, and Cal-Fire representative Phil (?) was present to hear our comments. Both couldn’t have been more timely.

The code enforcement regulation that would make enforcement of code violations possible will be coming before the Board soon. It will be important to let the Supervisors know that we want an Enforceable Code Now! I’ll let you know when and where. It’ll be kinda fun to go speak in favor of something!

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Leftist lawmakers and enviro-extremists created CA water crisis

Agenda 21 & Sustainable, Agriculture - California, Air, Climate & Weather, California water, Greenies & grant $, LAWS or law, Over-regulations, Politicians & agencies, Property rights, State gov, Threats to agriculture, Water rights, Water, Resources & Quality

PNP comment: Stephen Frank and Assemblyman Tim Donnelly are right on! — Editor Liz Bowen

Comment by Stephen Frank of California Political News and Views:

Sept. 1, 2014

Let us get real. We have not developed water storage facilities because we did not know we needed them, but because laws and rules passed by the legislature gave the courts the ability to say No to any location. Since the last dams were built California increased by 15 million in population—with no new water sources, plus part of the Colorado River water we received has been reallocated to other States.

Now the State is about to have groundwater—privately owned, controlled by Sacramento. Watch as the creation of new water wells stop and the maintenance of old ones slows down. Water in California, all of it belongs to government.

“These bills, which obliterate private property rights and local control, are being sold as a port in a storm, when the reality is that they are the recipe for the perfect storm. By granting the State Water Resources Control Board, the last vestige of control over all our water, the farmers and ranchers who were denied their allocation of water from the State Water Project, will be at the mercy of a merciless government. The tactics of the left never vary. They use a government created crisis such as the drought, which is the culmination of years of their own mismanagement and corruption, to consolidate power.”

Leftist Lawmakers and Enviro-Extremists Created CA Water Crisis

by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, Breitbart CA,   8/30/14

On Friday, the California State Assembly outdid itself. You can always count on the leftist leaders of what is supposed to be the “people’s house” never lets a crisis go to waste.

With the passage of AB 1739 (Dickinson-D), SB 1168 (Pavley-D), and SB 1319 (Pavley-D), 100 years of history was reversed. The authors painted a grim picture of California’s groundwater future. Most of what they said is true. The only problem they didn’t bother to tell you two key truths:

1.It was these same so-called leaders who give up our seat—the property owner and the farmer’s place at the table—to the enviro-extremists. The fish now have more water rights than do the farmers and ranchers who by making a living off the land, feed this state and this country.

2.By wasting surface water and letting 800,000 acre-feet go out to sea instead of capturing and storing it for the bad years, California’s dysfunctional policies combined with uber-restrictive Federal endangered species protections have created over-dependency on groundwater.

These bills, which obliterate private property rights and local control, are being sold as a port in a storm, when the reality is that they are the recipe for the perfect storm. By granting the State Water Resources Control Board, the last vestige of control over all our water, the farmers and ranchers who were denied their allocation of water from the State Water Project, will be at the mercy of a merciless government. The tactics of the left never vary. They use a government created crisis such as the drought, which is the culmination of years of their own mismanagement and corruption, to consolidate power.

Now, the basic right of a citizen to draw water for support of himself or his family is non-existent. Once a state agency gets control over something, they are like a great white shark. They never let go. Now a board that sits just a few blocks away from the State Capitol will have more say than your local governing body over how much groundwater you can use. Don’t be fooled by the proponents of this bill who are doing this to “help recharge the groundwater.” There is nothing in this bill that will address the groundwater crisis facing California. Almost every one of the provisions of these bills will not be in force for years to come.

This is about power and government control. Whoever controls the water, controls the people. Every time the government takes more control over a natural resource, the price goes up. In this case, the cost of food and energy will be inflated by government, not the marketplace. When government is the source of inflation, it is only a matter of time until cheaper sources make their way to market from less-regulated states or nations.

California has long been known as the “bread basket of the world.” If Governor Jerry Brown signs into law this evil trifecta, the government that created a dust bowl out of the once-fertile Central Valley, will preside over the death of agriculture as the number one industry in our state.


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Bill Before Arizona Senate Would Force U.S. to Get Local Sheriff’s Permission To Enforce Federal Law

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Bill Before Arizona Senate Would Force U.S. To Get Local Sheriffs’ Permission To Enforce Federal Law : Personal Liberty™

A bill before the Arizona State Senate would make it a crime for Federal officers to attempt to enforce Federal law in the State without first receiving written permission from the County sheriff where the action is to occur.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, Senate Bill 1290 would require a Federal agent to obtain a county sheriff’s consent before arresting or searching anyone who’s the target of a Federal investigation or apprehension attempt in Arizona. The bill provides exceptions for crimes that are witnessed while in progress, for agents who are State-certified peace officers and for U.S. Customs and the Border Patrol.

Sponsored by Republican State Senator Judy Burges, the bill is intended to ensure elected sheriffs are able, under the law, to protect their constituents if the Federal government attempts an operation that “supersedes” the authority of the sheriff.

Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County in the State’s rural southeastern quadrant, argued persuasively for the bill before a Senate panel, according to the Daily Star.

“[W]e allow bureaucrats from Washington, D.C., to come in and supersede his [the sheriff’s] authority, and to do whatever they want in his county, and they can say nothing about it? …We’re asking that the federal government do something they should already be doing: verifying their work and what they’re doing with the sheriff as a check and balance so that atrocities committed in the 1990s especially by the federal government at Ruby Ridge and Waco and other places …This will be normal activity and will continue if we don’t have somebody locally telling the federal government, ‘You can’t do that,’” he said.

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Federal prosecutor quits racketeering case, as Texas DA murders spark security fears

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Published April 03, 2013


The murders of two prosecutors in Kaufman County, Texas, apparently has prompted a federal prosecutor to withdraw from a major racketeering case in Houston, the latest sign that attacks on lawmen are having a chilling effect on the judicial system.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Hileman sent defense attorneys an email Tuesday saying he was withdrawing from the case against the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas due to safety concerns.

“I understand why someone would want to step back, and it makes sense to me, especially people who have families,” defense attorney Richard Ely, who is representing one of the defendants in the case, said. “Jay is a friend of mine, and this was a personal decision.”

The Aryan Brotherhood case, which netted 34 indictments last November, was followed by a statewide warning that the white supremacist prison gang may be planning retaliation. Ely doesn’t know the origins of the threat, but he thinks it was probably someone just “spouting off.”

The Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office was named in the threat because it joined several other agencies on a task force aimed at cracking down on white supremacist groups. Since then, District Attorney Mike McLelland and Deputy DA Mark Hasse have been murdered in brazen attacks.

The murders in Kaufman County have prompted tighter security for a number of other prosecutors in the state of Texas, including Harris County District Attorney Mike Anderson.

A high-profile attorney told MyFoxHouston.com that he started seeing a group of U.S. Marshals escorting Hileman around the city two months ago, which coincided with the Jan. 31 murder of Hasse.

The recent murders, including the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements, which investigators believe may be linked, have raised questions of security for prosecutors across the country.

“There are 40,000 prosecutors in the country, and anyone who has spent some time trying a case will probably tell you that they receive threats all the time,” Scott Burns, executive director for the National District Attorneys Association, told FoxNews.com. “What happened in Kaufman County is not only an assault on these attorneys but it is also an assault on the rule of law and the judicial system.”

He added: “This is unfortunately something we deal with all the time. The only good news is that to be murdered because of your position as a prosecutor is still very (unlikely).”

Others say that there has been a recent rise of attacks against attorneys at their homes, which has gone largely unnoticed until recently.

“There is some research that suggests these acts are increasing,” Steven Jansen, VP and CEO of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, told FoxNews.com. “It may be due to addresses of district attorneys now being available online.”

Incidents like these adversely affect the judicial system’s functioning when people are targeted simply to slow or stop a case from going forward.


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New California Laws to Affect Drivers in 2013

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December 28, 2012

Temecula Patch.com


Several laws and amendments passed by the California State Legislature will go into effect on Jan. 1 and could affect many California drivers.

The new year is almost here and with it comes the resolution, a promise to change the way we’ve done things in the past.

The state of California has made several resolutions herself and about 800 new laws will go into effect in 2013.

Below is a list of new laws or changes to existing laws that go into effect on Tuesday and will likely affect you as a California driver.

  • Passenger Charter-party Carriers’ Act, AB 45:   Any driver of a chartered limo or bus will be required to make sure  that passengers are of the legal drinking age when alcohol is being  consumed in their vehicle. If a minor is found to have been drinking  alcohol during the ride, the driver is required to return that passenger   to where they were picked up.

  • CHP Silver Alerts, SB 1047:   The California Highway Patrol will implement a “silver alert” into its   emergency alert system to allow it to assist in searches for missing  people over the age of 65.


  • Autonomous Vehicles, SB 1298:   The law will allow for self-driving cars to be test-driven on public  roads while a licensed driver is in the driver’s seat. The driver will  be able to take over immediate manual control in the event of vehicle  failure or some other emergency.

  • Used Car Dealer Practices, AB 1534, AB 1447:   Under AB 1534, used car dealers that provide direct financing to buyers  must label their cars with specific information about them, including  reasonable market value and the source of the information. AB 1447 will  require these dealers provide a vehicle warranty, limit them from  tracking customer vehicles with GPS devices and prevent them from being  able to electronically disable a vehicle without signed consent from the  buyer at the time of purchase.

  • Hands-Free Text and Driving, AB 1536:   The law will allow a person to send and receive text messages while  driving if they are doing so using a phone’s hands-free, voice-operated functions.

  • Veteran License Plates, AB 1550:   Veterans will be able to apply for specialized plates designating them   as participants of specific wars or conflicts with the use of new  decals. Old decals will be phased out depending on demand and cost of  production.

  • California Legacy Plates, AB 1658:   Drivers whose cars are registered in California will be able to opt for  specialized license plates that look similar to plates used in the state in past years.

  • Traffic Violator School, AB 1888:   The law will allow a driver with a commercial license who has committed  a traffic offense to attend traffic violator school, thus preventing  them from getting a point on their license.

  • Driving Under the Influence, AB 2020:   A person arrested for suspected DUI will no longer be given the option   of a urine test. In previous years, the option was given of either a  urine test of a blood test.

  • Choose Clean Cars Act, AB 2405:   Vehicles that meet California’s super ultra-low emissions standards may  qualify for stickers which will allow for single-driver travel in  high-occupancy vehicle lanes.

  • Vessel Registration Fees, AB 2443:   The registration fee for boat owners will increase to support the  monitoring and infestation prevention of dreissenid mussels, which  attach to the bottoms of boats.

Related Topics: California Laws 2013

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