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Guv Brown asks Trump for help!

Air, Climate & Weather, CA & OR, PRES. TRUMP

California asks Trump for help with Oroville Dam spillway


California Gov. Jerry Brown requested federal assistance from President Donald Trump over the “potential failure” of the Ororville Dam emergency spillway.

“I respectfully request that you issue an emergency declaration for direct federal assistance for the counties of Butte, Sutter and Yuba, as a result of the potential failure of the Lake Oroville Dam emergency spillway,” Brown wrote in a letter to Trump released Monday night.

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Trump threatens to defund ‘out of control’ California


President Donald Trump is threatening to withhold federal funds from “out of control” California if the state declares itself a sanctuary state.

“If we have to, we’ll defund,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly before the Super Bowl. “We give tremendous amounts of money to California, California in many ways is out of control, as you know.”

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Prayer for U.S. Supreme Court nominee



                            LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D.



Thursday –

February the 2nd, 2017




Following the announcement of his Supreme Court Nominee, President Trump, Vice President Pence, the wife of former Supreme Court Justice Scalia, the nominee and his wife along with others prayed.  Come on church … begin praying in earnest for our President.  Our country is in a serious war to either repair and strengthen our Judeo-Christian roots or succumb and become wrapped into the New-World Order.  Mr. Trump is not merely fighting Democrat politicians, he is engaged in a great Spiritual War as outlined in Ephesians 6 with those in both political parties who already joined the Elites of the New-World Order. 

February 01, 2017

(Sorry I couldn’t get the photo to insert in this post. — Editor Liz Bowen)

The photo shows Trump, his two eldest sons, Vice President Pence and wife Karen, Reince Priebus, and Justice Scalia’s widow Maureen and son Fr. Paul Scalia, among others, praying with nominee Neil Gorsuch and his wife Marie Louise in the White House.  The photo was taken shortly after Trump announced Gorsuch as his pick to fill the late Antonin Scalia’s seat.  The time taken to publicly pray for the Senate confirmation and future career of man who may become one of America’s top decision-makers for decades to come is a momentous occasion for Christians who considered Trump’s Supreme Court pick to be a primary reason for voting for him.

As the Supreme Court, as well as lower circuit courts, have increasingly pulled America away from biblical principles, it is refreshing to see a presidential administration’s focus turned back toward God in helping lead our country.

Lyle J. Rapacki,Ph.D.



Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist

Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment

Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst

U.S. Border Intelligence Group

ASIS International

Association For Intelligence Officers

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Report: Trump halted $181 billion in regulatory costs on first day in office

PRES. TRUMP, Regulations

In one of his first acts as president, Donald Trump effectively halted nearly $200 billion worth of regulations, according to a new analysis.

President Trump has taken aggressive action to curb regulations in his first week, promising to cut 75 percent or “maybe more,” and signing an executive order Monday to cut two regulations from the books when every new rule is introduced.

The first move came in the form of a memo to all federal agencies from Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, freezing all recently finalized and pending regulations. The American Action Forum, a center-right policy institute, found the action resulted in stopping rules that would cost the economy $181 billion.

“On day one in office, President Trump’s Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus, signed a memo to all executive agencies imposing a regulatory moratorium,” wrote Sam Batkins, director of regulatory policy for the American Action Forum. “This may sound like an extraordinary action, but President Obama’s then-Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, penned an almost identical memo eight years ago.”

“According to American Action Forum (AAF) research, this memo put a hold on $181 billion in total regulatory costs, including $17 billion in annual costs, and 5.5 million hours of paperwork,” Batkins wrote. “This moratorium freezes 22 rulemakings with annual costs above $100 million and 16 measures with more than $1 billion in long-term costs.”

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Support Jim Beers as Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service under the Trump administration

PRES. TRUMP, Property rights

PNP comment: I wholeheartedly support Jim Beers for this position and will be sending in my request ASAP!!! — Editor Liz Bowen

Jan. 2, 2017

Since I announced my intent to compete for the Director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service I have received a swell of support and numerous requests for a resume to share and inquiries about what can be done.

As to what can be done, since the Transition Teams are dealing with only applications, I would suggest any political connections you have like US Senator or Congressman or any state pol or Party official.  Other than that a letter to a newspaper or an appeal to colleagues to do the same might be helpful.

As to a resume, here is a SHORT Version:

Jim Beers

522 Brooklyn Court

Eagan, MN 55123

(H) 651-797-3570

(C) 703-585-0211

Jim Beers retired from the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2000 where he served as a career wildlife biologist, US Special Agent, Chief of National Wildlife Refuge Operations, wetland biologist, program analyst, and Congressional Fellow.  He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC.  He uncovered and readied for prosecution two of the largest wildlife violations in USFWS history; the Vesely-Forte international fur smuggling case and the Cartier Jewelers’ importation and sale of Hawksbill Turtle jewelry.  He has a Bachelors’ degree in Wildlife Resources from Utah State and a Masters’ degree in Public Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.  He served as a US Navy Line Officer onboard ship in the western Pacific and as a US Navy Courier Officer in the Aleutian Islands.  He also worked for the Utah Game and Fish Department, the Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor and private security guard at several sites in the Washington, DC area.

Since retirement Jim Beers has written over 1700 articles and papers and spoken to various organizations throughout the country concerning environmental and animal rights excesses, Constitutional solutions to the controversies surrounding private ownership of domestic animals, the management and use of wild animals, and environmental harmony between man and our natural world.  Although he has had one webpage and 2 blogs over the years, due to the technical difficulties in maintaining them, today he writes for a list of folks that have asked to receive what he writes.  He relies on their judgment as to the worth of what he writes as he asks them to consider sharing them freely with others.  His writings have appeared in a variety of publications and have made him many acquaintances worldwide.

He has testified three times before US Congressional Committees, twice regarding the theft of $45 to 60 Million by the US Fish & Wildlife Service from hunting and fishing excise taxes intended for state fish and wildlife programs and once in opposition to proposed federal Invasive Species Authority.

He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

Here is a LONG Version:


522 Brooklyn Court

Eagan, MN 55123

Home:  (651-797-3570)

Cell:  (703) 585-0211

                                                       e-mail: Jimbeers7@comcast.net



  1. Author/Environmental Consultant                  July 1999 to Present

Published scientific study

Wrote articles and issue analyses

Delivered speeches and seminars to ranchers, farmers, dog owners, taxidermists, etc.

  1. Grants Administrator/Wildlife Biologist                            January 1990 to June 1999

            Division of Federal Aid

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Washington, D.C.

  1. Draft and administer $M+ national grants

  2. International negotiator for US/ECU. Fur Trade Agreement (2 years)

  3. Work to resolve National/State Fish and Wildlife issues

  4. Project Officer $1M + Project for Biological Control of Purple Loosestrife

  1. Chief, Office of Administration (FWE)           October 1987 to January 1990

            Fish and Wildlife Enhancement

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Washington, D.C.

  1. Supervised 12 people

  2. Provided budget and administrative support to 4 Divisions

  1. Chief, Branch of Refuge Operations       October 1979 to October 1987

            Division of Refuge Management

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Washington, D.C.

  1. Supervised 20 people

  2. Provided budget, administrative, enforcement, and technical support

                 for largest Agency Division

  1. Temporary Instructor at FLETC (GA)

  1. Congressional Fellow                                      April 1979 to October 1979

            Office of US Representative Bill Frenzel (3rd District, MN)

            US Congress, Washington, D.C.

  1. Congressional Fellow   December 1978 to April 1979

            Office of US Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (NY)

            US Congress, Washington, D.C.

  1. Program Analyst January 1976 to November 1979

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Washington, D.C.

  1. June 1978 – Acting Deputy Director, Alaska Area Office, Anchorage, Alaska (USFWS)

  2. January to May 1978 – President’s Reorganization Project for Law Enforcement

  3. October 1977 – Area Office Evaluation Team member for Assist. Secretary of Interior

  1. Wildlife Biologist October 1974 to January 1976

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Washington, D.C.

  1. Special Agent, International Investigations      January 1972 to October 1974

            (Canada, Germany)

New York, NY/ Washington, D.C.

  1. US Game Management Agent

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Grand Island, NE

April 1970 to January 1972

            Minneapolis, MN

April 1969 to April 1970

            (September 1969 to January 1970 – Recruit Training

            Minneapolis Police Department)

  1. Wildlife Biologist (Wetlands Office)                         December 1967 to April 1969

            US Fish and Wildlife Service

            Devils Lake, North Dakota

  1. Self-Employed Tree-Trimmer and Landscaper      February 1967 to December 1967

            St. Charles, Illinois

  1. Line Officer, US Navy           September 1963 to February 1967

            1963 and 1964 – Deck Officer, USS Seminole (AKA-104)

            1965 and 1966 – USN Communication Station, Adak, Alaska

  1. Intermittent Assistant Refuge Manager and Conservation Officer    1962 and 1963

            Utah Fish and Game

            Hooper, Utah, and Cache County, Utah


 Evolution of the Acid Rain Act of 1979                   

                  Adelphi University

                 June 1979

 US Fish and Wildlife Service


  1. Federal Enforcement Needs on Alaskan National Parks and Refuges

  2. Federal Enforcement Options on All Federal Lands

  3. Environmental Education Options for the Fish and Wildlife Service

  4. Program Management Document for a Major Wildlife Program

  1. Articles published in the following magazines:

The American Trapper, Carolina Adventure, Nevada Outdoorsman, Oregon Outdoor

And on web sites such as:  National Animal Interest Alliance, American Fur Council, International Wildlife Management Coalition, Paragon Foundation, and Sierra Times.

  1. The Effects of Four Federally Supported Projects on Selected Flora and Fauna in the

Washington, DC Area.  Co-Authored with Richard Mitchell and James Tate.  Published in Technology, Volume 7, Number 6, 2000, pages 609 – 632. ISSN 1072-9240.


  1. M.A. Public Administration – 1977

    University of Northern Colorado

  1. Minneapolis Police Academy – 1969

  1. US Navy Officer Candidate School – 1964

  1. B.S. Wildlife Resources – 1963

    Utah State University


  1. Wrote a novel concerning environmental changes in the Federal Government.  Published 98-page scientific paper used as a basis for a multi-million dollar lawsuit regarding Federal projects on the Potomac River.

  1. Active member of US Negotiating Team concerning the maintenance of the US/European Union threatened fur ban and international trapping standards.

  1. Facilitated and helped to integrate State Fish and Wildlife Agency participation on the US/EU Fur Trade Negotiations.

  1. Helped State Fish and Wildlife agencies to begin a trap testing program to meet humane trapping standards and to establish Best Management Practices for trapping throughout the US.

  1. Advised and assisted State Fish and Wildlife Agencies to apply for and obtain two essential grants to breed and distribute (nationally) five species of insects that are now decreasing large stands of Purple Loosestrife plants throughout US wetlands.

  1. Helped to develop State Fish and Wildlife Agencies transition to the latest technology in licensing systems known as Automated Sportsman’s Database Systems.  These systems not only facilitate improved administration but also are causing an explosion in data collection about purchasers and fish and wildlife populations.

  1. As the Special Agent in New York, NY, unearthed, investigated, and helped US Attorneys conclude two large environmental cases; 1) the Vesely-Forte fur smuggling case involving South American and African cats and giant otters, and 2) Hawksbill Turtle product smuggling to New York’s largest jewelry stores.

  1. Designed and conducted the first waterfowl production survey of an arbitrary, large segment of a vast habitat — the STARKWEATHER/EDMORE WATERFOWL PRODUCTION SURVEY in North Dakota.

1998 National Trappers Association
Trapper Conservationist of the Year Award

2000 Foundation for North American Wild Sheep Federal Statesman Award

2004 Coalition of Arizona & New Mexico Counties
Integrity in Government Award

2005 American Agri-Women
Veritas Award

2016 Citizen’s Alliance for Property Rights Lifetime Achievement Award

Since retirement in 2000, Jim has spoken to approximately 100 groups all over the country about wildlife, federal and state law, property rights, environmentalism, animal “rights”, and Rural American issues from traditions and culture to federal attempts to drastically alter Rural American life.  Additionally I have written over 1600 articles that go worldwide to a select readership as well as appear in numerous publications on these matters and I have served as a consultant to groups as diverse as public land users to animal owners being harmed by government actions.

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New EPA chief will impact Utah’s regulations on air pollution, water resources

Clean Water ACT - EPA, PRES. TRUMP


Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt arrives at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016. President-elect Donald Trump has picked Pruitt to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

SALT LAKE CITY — President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a host of implications for Utah, which has railed against the federal agency for regulations on air pollution and water resources.

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt will take charge of the very agency he has fought over the Obama administration’s implementation of the Clean Power Plan and new methane regulations targeting the oil and gas industry.

Oklahoma has also been among states rallying against the EPA’s so-called Waters of the United States rule, which is characterized by opponents as one of the most sweeping, burdensome regulations that hurts farmers, ranchers and industry.

Utah joined Oklahoma and two dozen other states suing the federal government over the Clean Power Plan, which proposes for the first time to invoke national standards limiting carbon pollution from power plants.

Utah is also in court over the EPA’s rejection of a regional haze plan governing pollutants that impair airsheds near high-value landscapes such as wilderness areas and national parks.

Like Utah, Oklahoma has had its own state plan rejected by the EPA as part of a convoluted case involving cross-state pollution from Texas and emissions from power plants.

Pruitt’s online biography from his state webpage details how he established Oklahoma’s first federalism unit to “combat unwarranted regulation and overreach by the federal government.”

The page goes on to describe how Pruitt filed the first legal challenge to President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act and how he is a leading advocate against the “EPA’s activist agenda.”

Pruitt’s selection is loudly decried by environmental groups, but it’s in line with Trump’s campaign promises to roll back “job-destroying” regulations.



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East Coast fishermen file appeal over cost of government-required ‘at-sea monitors’

Federal gov & land grabs, PRES. TRUMP

Dec. 2: David Goethel, of Hampton, N.H., speaks about the at-sea monitors aboard his 44-foot fishing trawler.

David Goethel built his life off the profits of cod, trolling the waters of New England for 30 years netting the region’s once-abundant signature fish.

“My slice of the American Dream was paid for from fishing,” Goethel said from behind the wheel of his 44-foot fishing trawler on a windy Friday afternoon in December. “Cape Cod house, two cars, four college educations – it all came out of the fish hole in this boat.”

But a controversial federal mandate is threatening to put him out of business, he claims.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, requires groundfishermen — those who catch cod, haddock and other common bottom-dwelling species — to carry on board “at-sea monitors.” The observers, hired by three for-profit companies, are third-party workers whose task it is to observe fishermen’s compliance with federal regulations and ensure annual quotas are not exceeded.

The dispute lies in the cost of the monitors and who should pay for them: Fishermen are billed on average $700 a day when a regulator is present.

NOAA, meanwhile, says monitors were placed on fishing boats like Goethel’s only 14 percent of the time in 2016 — and claims the fishing industry supported this system of regulation in 2010 when a vote went before the New England Fishery Management Council, an advisory board to NOAA that sets the rules.

“At sea monitors were originally supported by the sectors when we went from a days-at-sea form of management to a quota based form of management in 2010,” said John Bullard, the regional administrator for NOAA’s Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office.

Goethel and other ground fishermen are suing the U.S. Department of Commerce, seeking to avoid paying the cost for the government-trained monitors. While many factors have led to an economically struggling fish industry in the Northeast, Goethel described monitor costs as “the final financial blow” to his business.

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A federal district court judge in New Hampshire ruled against the group of fisherman in August, but the Cause of Action Institute — a Washington legal watchdog representing them — filed an appeal last month. The nonprofit advocacy group is suing on behalf of Goethel and Northeast Fishery Sector 13, which represents groundfishermen from Massachusetts to North Carolina.

“It’s a lawless act by the government,” said Julie Smith, vice president of the Cause of Action Institute and the lead lawyer on the case. “If the government wants a catch monitored, the government needs to pay for the monitors — it’s that simple.”

The New England Fishery Management Council set groundfish catch quotas in May 2010 to prevent overfishing. NOAA claims it was determined then that the fishing industry would cover the cost of observers on board the vessels — their training, commute to and from the boat, supervisor salaries and other expenses.

In an effort to help an industry already suffering from economic hardship, NOAA said it agreed to subsidize those costs until 2012. The agency continued covering a portion of the costs until March 2016 when it ran out of funds to do so, a NOAA official told FoxNews.com.



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Trump’s pick for Interior Secretary wants to sell off public lands


PNP comment: This article is so left-leaning that I decided to use it to announce President-elect Trump’s fabulous pick to replace crazy Sally Jewell. Under the Constitution, when the Western states made their treaties with the federal guvernmunt, the feds were expected to relinquish control of federally-managed lands to the states. After the Civil War, this was not done and that is why there is so much anger in the Western states. Each state deserves to manage its own lands and multiple-use of public lands is the denominator for a robust economy and protecting the environment. All the reasons this article doesn’t like McMorris Rodgers are the same reasons I am thrilled, especially if Al Gore gave her an ‘F’ !!!! Have fun picking apart this lying piece of manure called journalism! –– Editor Liz Bowen

Think Progress

By   Samantha Page

Rep. McMorris Rodgers’ nomination is more bad news in an administration that will be terrible on climate.

Another climate-denying nominee will be named Friday for a key environmental position in the Trump administration, multiple sources are reporting.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will likely be tapped to lead the Department of the Interior, which oversees all of the U.S. public lands, including forest management, the Parks Service, and fossil fuel extraction.

McMorris Rodgers is strongly in favor of developing the United States’ fossil fuel resources. She has also opposed federal ownership of public lands and voted to make it more difficult for the president to create national monuments. McMorris Rodgers is the author of a bill that would have directed the Department of the Interior to sell off federal lands in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming.

The selection is not surprising, in what is shaping up to be the most anti-environmental administration — Republican or Democrat — in modern times. The Interior Department transition team has been led by Doug Domenech, the director of a pro-fossil fuels project at the conservative Texas Public Policy Foundation.

McMorris Rodgers has repeatedly expressed her support for oil. She supports expanding offshore drilling, voted for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and voted against raising the royalty rates for oil and gas that comes from public lands.

The Department of the Interior includes the Bureau of Offshore Energy Management, which permits offshore drilling and renewable energy. A proposed plan to include parts of the Atlantic in the bureau’s five-year plan was scrapped earlier this year after community opposition. If confirmed under the Trump administration, McMorris Rodgers will have a key role in shaping the next plan.

On the League of Conservation Voters scorecard, which tracks environmental votes in Congress, McMorris Rodgers has a lifetime score of 4 percent. Her 2015 score was zero. While she has not gone on the record about climate change often, a 2008 list of reasons she is glad she is a Republican included “We believe Al Gore deserves an ‘F’ in science and an ‘A’ in creative writing.”

McMorris Rodgers spent much of 2011 tweeting about high gas prices, which she blamed on Obama and the EPA. McMorris Rodgers plainly equates more drilling with lower gas prices, at one point tweeting a FoxNews story about Shell’s decision not to drill in the Arctic, after the company was found not to have adequately calculated its environmental impact.


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Trump names Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma attorney general suing EPA on climate change, to head the EPA

Clean Water ACT - EPA, PRES. TRUMP

PNP comment: This is very good news for the environment. The EPA has been destroying the environment and wildlife in the name of global warming and saving species that are ridiculously single-managed through the archaic Endangered Species Act. — Editor Liz Bowen

The Washington Post

December 8, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday nominated Scott Pruitt, the attorney general of the oil and gas-intensive state of Oklahoma, to head the Environmental Protection Agency, a move signaling an assault on President Obama’s climate change and environmental legacy.

Pruitt has spent much of his energy as attorney general fighting the very agency he is being nominated to lead.

He is the third of Trump’s nominees who have key philosophical differences with the missions of the agencies they have been tapped to run. Ben Carson, named to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development, has expressed a deep aversion to the social safety net programs and fair housing initiatives that have been central to that agency’s activities. Betsy DeVos, named education secretary, has a passion for private school vouchers that critics say undercut the public school systems at the core of the government’s mission.

Trump’s transition team announced the nomination in a news release Thursday, calling Pruitt “an expert in Constitutional law” and saying he “brings a deep understanding of the impact of regulations on both the environment and the economy.”

“For too long, the Environmental Protection Agency has spent taxpayer dollars on an out-of-control anti-energy agenda that has destroyed millions of jobs, while also undermining our incredible farmers and many other businesses and industries at every turn,” the release quoted Trump as saying. He said Pruitt “will reverse this trend and restore the EPA’s essential mission of keeping our air and our water clean and safe.” Trump added, “My administration “strongly believes in environmental protection, and Scott Pruitt will be a powerful advocate for that mission while promoting jobs, safety and opportunity.”

Pruitt was quoted as saying: “The American people are tired of seeing billions of dollars drained from our economy due to unnecessary EPA regulations, and I intend to run this agency in a way that fosters both responsible protection of the environment and freedom for American businesses.”



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