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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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GOP Pushes Bill To Sell Off ‘Excess’ Federal Lands

Federal gov & land grabs

The Daily Caller

By Michael Bastasch

Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s bill, if passed, would allow the Trump administration to sell parcels of federal lands to private parties and states. The land being put up for sale was identified by the Clinton administration as “suitable for sale” in the late 1990s, and makes up less than half a percent of all federal lands.

Republican lawmakers have long been critical of federal control of nearly half the land in 11 western states. GOP lawmakers argue federal agencies strangle rural economies with restrictive policies, particularly in regards to logging and ranching.

“The long overdue disposal of excess federal lands will free up resources for the federal government while providing much-needed opportunities for economic development in struggling rural communities,” Chaffetz said in a statement.

Federal agencies, for example, control 65 percent of the land in Utah. Chaffetz’s bill would make 132,931 acres of federally-controlled land in Utah eligible for sale.

Chaffetz said the Clinton administration declared the lands being put up for sale “serve no purpose for taxpayers.”

Environmentalists are already coming out against the bill, arguing it lays the groundwork for a “land takeover scheme” to transfer lands from the government to private parties.

“Trump’s allies in Washington laid the tracks for this land takeover scheme the moment they started their legislative session, and now they’re driving a locomotive over the American people and our wild natural heritage,” Alan Rowsome, senior government relations director for The Wilderness Society, said in a statement.

Rowsome seems to be equating Chaffetz bill with efforts to cede control of federal lands in the western U.S. back to states — a movement that’s gained some steam over the years among western Republicans.

Chaffetz’s bill comes amid calls from some Republicans for Trump to scale back or undo national monument designations.

President Obama has used the Antiquities Act to designate 265 million acres of public land as monuments while in office. Utah Republican Rep. Rob Bishop wants Trump to rollback those monument designations, which he believes harms local economies.

Utah is home to one of the first Obama monument designations Republicans want Trump to repeal. Obama put the Bears Ears national monument under stricter federal control despite intense local opposition.

Environmentalists wrote a letter to Trump’s Interior Secretary nominee Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke, imploring him to oppose shrinking, or taking away the Bears Ears monument.

Zinke, who’s expected to be confirmed by the Senate, has opposed federal land transfers in the past, but it’s unclear how he will act while heading the Interior Department.

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Klamath Basin Crisis.org news 1-31-17

Klamath Basin Crisis.org

KBC News

Klamath Dam removal hearing at Yreka draws upset crowd, Siskiyou Daily News, posted to KBC 1/30/17. “…All essentially spoke in favor of leaving the dams in place, with Ryan stating that LaMalfa had sent her with a message for Siskiyou citizens: “Zinke told me, ‘We don’t pull down dams, we put ‘em up,’” in reference to President Trump’s Interior Secretary pick, Ryan Zinke. The remark was met with cheers from the crowd…”   * COMMENTS DUE FEB 1

Klamath irrigators press case this week, H&N, posted to KBC 1/30/17. “Lon and Nancy Baley of Merrill share a moment while discussing the 2001 water crisis on Thursday. Lon left for Washington, D.C. Saturday and will be testifying this week in the Takings case before Judge Marian Horn…’It took a full 10 years … before any high school graduates or college graduates even considered coming back to farm,’ Lon said.”

Klamath Irrigators to defend cause in ‘takings’ case, H&N, posted to KBC 1/30/17. “…more than 25 irrigators or those representing them will attend the trial for two consolidated cases, Klamath Irrigation District et al v. United States, and John Anderson Farms et al. v. United States…”

(Klamath) Court Decision May Mean California Owes Billions In Water Rights, Daily Caller by California Water Alliance, posted to KBC 1/30/17. “…Judge Blank Horn’s decision establishes a precedent that the takings of Klamath River water from California and Oregon farmers in 2001 were physical acts, not regulatory ones, making them subject to the Fifth Amendment’s unreasonable seizure clause and encumbering the government with the responsibility to pay owners for their losses when they deprive them of their property…”


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Comment: Angry Mob Of Anti-Trump Protestors Attack Pro-Trump Supporter At Portland Airport


Dear Freedom Loving Americans:

Watch the attached video to see the kind of people turning out for protests against President Trump.  These protests “breaking out” across America are not spontaneous. Left Wing forces started organizing Resistance against President Trump the day after Election. I know because I am on their email lists. Money coming from the Extremist Billionaire George Soros is paying for organization and the mobs are centrally controlled and directed where to protest. Those controlling these mobs have lots of young useful idiots to fill their ranks of protestors.  


The Left is making a strategic error using Viet Nam War Era Protesting tactics to an attempt to win over the Average American to side with them against President Trump. What they are doing is going to backfire on them. The Average American(Liberal, Conservative, Moderate) are not going to support violence and property destruction done by mobs of vulgar, shrieking hateful people. One of the mistakes they are doing is interfering with people’s right to move and to have free association with other people. An example of this was their effort at the Inauguration to block people from getting to see the Inauguration.

They have also been blocking traffic in large Metropolitan areas. Some liberal sitting in his car stuck in traffic and ending up being two hours late for work is not going to look to too kindly on their movement. Let’s hope the Left Wing Radicals keeps up this type of movement and that the Democratic Leaders like Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon keep supporting their activities. It will get real old for most Americans in a matter of few months.

Yours For Freedom, Liberty, and Prosperity,

Ron Glynn

Retired Multnomah County Parole & Probation Officer

Wolf Creek, Oregon

Video: Anti-Trump Rioter Knocks Out Trump Supporter at Portland Airport » Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!

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Siskiyou Co Sheriff’s Office: Mike Gilley receives longevity award

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

Sheriff’s Office Detective Sergeant Receives Coveted 30-Year Longevity Award

 January 30, 2017

           Veteran Detective Sergeant Mike Gilley recently received the coveted 30-Year Longevity Award from the Siskiyou County Administrator.  Detective Sergeant Mike Gilley has been a member of the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) for over 32 years.  For over 25 years, Detective Sergeant Gilley has commanded the Department’s Special Response (SWAT) Team, DIVE Team, and the Marijuana Eradication Team (MET).  During the recent marijuana eradication season, Detective Sergeant Gilley led a special team made up of SCSO and Siskiyou County District Attorney investigators that formed the Siskiyou Unified Marijuana Investigation Team (SIMIT), which addressed a widespread illegal marijuana cultivation problem on various private property land parcels in Siskiyou County.  SIMIT served 113 search warrants, mostly between July thru October 2016. SIMIT seized 11,470 illegal marijuana plants, confiscated 17,410 pounds of processed cannabis, 29 pounds of concentrated cannabis, 9 grams of methamphetamine, 27 firearms were seized, and four (4) “honey oil” or THC extractions labs were recovered.  24 arrests were made during marijuana eradication season but approximately 80 additional criminal complaints are pending review by the Siskiyou County District Attorney.

          According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “Detective Sergeant Gilley has been a true professional throughout his 32-year career with the Department, which involves field deputy and supervisory duties and numerous specialized functions as a skilled investigator.  He and the Special Response Team (SRT) unit are the ones called out when armed suspects or extraordinary officer safety threats or danger to citizens are most prevalent.  Detective Sergeant Gilley leads the only trained and equipped SRT unit in Siskiyou County.  During his career, Detective Sergeant Gilley has seized well over 1 million illegal marijuana plants and billions of dollars’ worth of illicit drugs.  We are fortunate to have such a dedicated, skilled, experienced, and courageous law enforcement professional and leader working with the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office.  The recognition he received from Siskiyou County officials is well-deserved and we salute him for his many years of faithful service with the Department, which often involved doing some of the most dangerous jobs in the law enforcement profession.”

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California Shouldn’t Secede from the U.S.


National Review.com

by John Fund January 29, 2017

It should divide in two.

Los Angeles — Liberals used to hate secession, the notion that states could leave the Union as they did before the Civil War because they didn’t agree with the policies of the federal government. But with Donald Trump’s election, many California liberals suddenly have warm words for a budding ballot initiative that has just begun collecting signatures in order to place secession, or “Calexit,” on the ballot. At the height of the tea-party movement, Texas governor Rick Perry merely hinted at the thought that Texas might react to President Obama’s executive overreach by reclaiming its one-time status as an independent republic. He was denounced as something akin to a traitor; critics lamented that he wanted to return Texas to the era of sharecroppers or Jim Crow. Now Dan Schnur, who teaches political communications at the University of Southern California, says “California is the new Texas,” with its elected officials promoting a “virtual secession.” The secessionists plan to take to the legislature, the courts, and the streets to resist Trump’s agenda. Never before have so many prominent Californians gotten into such a reactionary, defensive crouch.

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Siskiyou Co: Day Reporting Center Alternate Work Program Inmates Build Products for Community Use

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

Jan. 30, 2017

Report from Siskiyou Co. Sheriff’s Office

On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and Probation-operated Day Reporting Center (DRC) profiled wood products they have made in conjunction with SCSO-supervised Alternate Work Program (AWP) activities.  Under the management of SCSO Sergeant Allison Giannini and supervision of Corporal Frank Ward, DRC staff and inmates have worked together to produce a variety of wood products that are used in the local community.

Recently, a custom wooden table was presented to Sheriff Lopey at the Headquarters’ office and will be put on display in the SCSO’s lobby.  There have been a variety of wood products produced at the DRC and a small lumber mill is also maintained by SCSO staff and AWP men and women.  Wood custom benches were recently donated to the Yreka YMCA and benches have been donated to local baseball fields.  Fire wood is also provided to needy elders, veterans, and disabled adults through Great Northern Services.  Occasionally, fire wood, on an emergency basis, is provided to needy persons directly on a case-by-case basis as well.  Custom signs, tables, benches, and fencing have also been designed and built by DRC-assigned AWP inmate workers.

Wood products are donated and are occasionally available for charitable events as door prizes or raffle items.  According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “The SCSO, Probation, and other county departments and some private entities are working diligently to develop education, treatment, programs, and work projects to enhance the skills, experience, and abilities of AWP workers.  The robust rehabilitation efforts at the DRC, primarily under the tutelage of a talented SCSO jail staff, provides AWP participants with the tools to be more successful in their communities and at home.  We are working to transform lives in a positive way so that inmate workers do not reoffend and use other outlets to help them succeed in society.

Our goal is to help inmates become successful and the types of programs and services, including the mentorship provided in our wood products program help to do just that.  Our correctional deputies and Corrections Service Specialist also help inmates find housing and work opportunities in the local communities.  We are realizing success because some of these inmates are not reoffending but leading more successful lives and becoming productive husbands, wives, and citizens.”

If a non-profit organization in the area would like to discuss the possibility of obtaining a wood product produced at the DRC for a chartable function or event, please contact Sergeant Allison Giannini at the DRC at (530) 842-8166.

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Trump Signs Executive Order to Slash Regulations

FOX news

Fox Business.com

President Donald Trump signed an order on Monday that will seek to dramatically pare back federal regulations by requiring agencies to cut two existing regulations for every new rule introduced.

“This will be the biggest such act that our country has ever seen. There will be regulation, there will be control, but it will be normalized control,” Trump said as he signed the order in the Oval Office, surrounded by a group of small business owners.

Trump’s latest executive action will prepare a process for the White House to set an annual cap on the cost of new regulations, a senior official told reporters ahead of the signing.

For the rest of fiscal 2017, that cap on new regulations would be $0, the official said on customary condition of anonymity.

Trump, a businessman turned politician, campaigned on a promise to reduce federal regulations that he said burdened American businesses. (Reporting by Ayesha Rascoe; Writing by Doina Chiacu; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Bernadette Baum)


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Liz Writes Life 1-24-17

Liz Writes Life

Jan. 24, 2017

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA


The meeting for the Scott Valley Protect Our Water this Thursday has been canceled. Instead, POW leaders are encouraging supporters to attend the State Water Board meeting on the Environmental Impact Report on the Klamath dams that will be held Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017 at the Miner’s Inn Convention Center. Time is 5 to 7 p.m. The meeting is specifically for public comment on the clean water aspect of relicensing the Klamath hydro-dams, so please attend the meeting and share your comments.


Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017 is also the first anniversary of the death of LaVoy Finicum, when the FBI, U.S. Marshals and other police officers set up a roadblock and put snipers in the trees on the highway in Eastern Oregon, where LaVoy was shot and killed.

LaVoy’s wife, Jeanette Finicum, is holding a meeting in John Day, Oregon called –the meeting with LaVoy Finicum that never happened. Last week, I said I would try to find a phone number to call to buy your $15 ticket, but I haven’t been successful. The only way I can find to purchase tickets is to Google the title of the meeting on the web and it comes up on Oathkeepers.org and you order them through Eventbrite.

Bundy trial

In trying to find info on the upcoming trial of the five Bundy men and 14 supporters, who are sitting in a federal jail facility, I couldn’t find a start date. It had been set for this month, but hasn’t happened. I did learn that the Review Journal newspaper in Las Vegas, just asked a federal appeals court to overturn a federal judge’s ruling that is blocking public access to evidence.

The Review Journal contends it is effectively locked out of reporting on the case. Lawyers for the Review Journal said the public’s right to inspect certain criminal court records is protected by the First Amendment.

The federal government and courts continue to be stinkers as Ammon Bundy’s attorney had a frustrating day in court this month. Marcus Mumford was one of Ammon’s defense lawyers in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Oregon trial that prevailed in favor of the Bundys. Ammon, his brother Ryan, and five others were found not guilty by the jury last Oct. 27, 2016.

Mumford demanded the release of Ammon and was then met with physical force by deputy U.S. marshals. He was tackled to the floor by at least six deputies, stunned with a Taser and handcuffed. Three misdemeanor charges have been brought against Mumford. This was an unprecedented move by deputies to restrain and stop a trial lawyer from defending his client.

Mumford’s attorney is vigorously challenging the misdemeanor charges and has filed a motion requesting the personnel files of all the marshals involved in the incident. The next hearing on the case is set for Feb. 15, 2017.

Lead ammo

Just before leaving office, Obama ordered a new ammunition ban for certain federal lands. The ban eliminates the use of lead-based ammo in national parks, wildlife refuges and any other lands managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. I guess this does not include USFS lands.

Gun rights groups are outraged as the ban will have major impacts on hunting. California has also banned lead ammo. I don’t know if it will do any good, but the National Shooting Sports Foundation immediately called for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s new director to rescind the order.

I also don’t know what the consequences of being caught with lead ammo will be. Surely, the federal bureaucracy knows that hunters’ closets are full of lead ammo. Hum, I wonder if we can still target practice with it as part of the claimed reasoning behind the lead ban is to protect the environment. Oh, doesn’t lead come from the environment?

Also on the eve of his departure, Obama also had the 3-way light bulb banned by the Energy Dept. Gee whiz!


Up to a few weeks ago, California state agencies were still not willing to admit the drought had ended. In my way of thinking, the bureaucrats did not want to give up any power over water that they had obtained through the drought. Anyway, major newspapers are finally using the word “flooding” in their headlines and most everyone has to admit the drought is over.

Reservoirs are filling up and levees in the Sacramento Delta are stressed. This month can now claim fourth in the highest amount of rainfall in the Sacramento area.

Snowfall has been significant. The Boreal Mountain Ski Resort in the Sierras is reporting nearly 20 feet. Here in Siskiyou Co., I think our Mt. Shasta City residents are feeling pretty trapped by the white stuff. It sounds like there is four feet or more that has fallen in the city.


This winter, we have certainly had our fill of the passing-on of family and neighbors. It is certainly sad to see our loved ones go. I didn’t want to leave anyone out and had not planned on mentioning names, but a prime example is the recent death of George Thackeray. He was a good man, who served Siskiyou County as our Dist. 5 Supervisor in the 1980s and 1990s. His goal was to serve the people. One example that I recall was when the State of California mandated the closing of the garbage dumps and to do environmental analysis on future sites. George was extremely frustrated the state gave a mandate with no funding for the county to do the state’s bidding. It was a change most of us didn’t like – we liked our open dumps. Great treasures were sometimes found there! Now, continued mandates by state agencies are the normal – without funding to do the job! George, and others like him, will be missed.

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Call her at 530-467-3515.

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LaVoy Finicum: The Meeting That Never Happened in John Day Oregon

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


January 29, 2017

Lavoy Finicum was traveling with protesters from the Malheur Refuge a year ago when he was ambushed by Federal agents, though the FBI likes to call it a “traffic stop”.

by Shari Dovale

Patriots from most of the Western States gathered in John Day, Oregon this weekend to celebrate the life and message of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum.

It was said that the room capacity was close to 900 and it was full. People from Montana to Arizona, Idaho to Colorado poured in to hear Jeanette Finicum and many other speakers.

Radio personality Kate Dalley spoke on Truth in Media. Dalley was well versed in her topic and had great response from the audience. The exception to be expected was the main stream media in the room. Looking for a story on right-wing extremists, they only found people questioning the spin that the Left-leaning media typically presents.

Young attorney Garret Smith did a good presentation on the importance of the Constitutional Sheriff. Discussing the controversial arguments of the ‘Constitutional Sheriff’, Smith reminded the audience that they will not find this title spelled out in the US Constitution any more than they will find the ‘Federal Reserve’ or the ‘Bureau of Land Management’. Yet, the Sheriff is still the highest law enforcement officer within his jurisdiction.

Bundy attorney Morgan Philpot gave updates on the upcoming trials in Portland and Las Vegas. Author Bill Norton, from the Center for Self-Governance, spoke on property rights.

The audience was hushed and waiting when Trent Loos introduced Jeanette Finicum. Jeanette is the widow of Lavoy Finicum who was traveling with protesters from the Malheur Refuge to this same town a year ago when he was ambushed by Federal agents, though the FBI likes to call it a “traffic stop”.

Finicum was shot and killed during this ambush. Jeanette gave an update on the civil suit the family intends to press against the principles in that ambush.

The Finicum family was represented by many of LaVoy’s children and grandchildren, as well as his siblings and parents. The Bundy Family was also present with the wives of Cliven, Ammon and Ryan Bundy taking part in the evening.

Malheur defendants Jeff Banta, Shawna Cox, Kenneth Medenbach and Neil Wampler were present, sharing the message and praying for the next round of defendants preparing for trial.

The Keynote speaker was KrisAnne Hall, a Constitutional Attorney and teacher. She gave a shortened version of her class on State Sovereignty. Hall is an energetic speaker that engages a crowd and this was no exception.

The crowd had multiple questions on a variety of topics when the speakers were finished. They made time for a question and answer period, you can view in the article linked below.

Several fundraisers were held throughout the evening, with one in particular going for 7th and 8th grade students in John Day raising money to travel to Washington DC. Their intent is to meet President Donald Trump and present him with a letter requesting the pardon of local ranchers, Dwight and Steven Hammond.



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