It is a shame that Cliven Bundy is not more articulate in expressing his viewpoints. Most people think the federal government owns the land his cattle are grazing upon, and when asked he says no but does not have a clear explanation.
I did a little digging and found out why he does not have a clear explanation: because it IS confusing! But here is the gist of the story.
The US government’s latest report on the Boston Marathon bombing is so full of revealing information buried in plain sight, it seems as if an insider is imploring someone—anyone—to dig deeper. It reads like the work of an unhappy participant in a cover-up.
Properly contextualized, the particulars in the report point to:
Ron Paul On Cavuto: 'You Need the Government Out of It’: Ron Paul Talks Nevada Land Dispute 4/14/14
I found this article on Ron Paul's channel and I thought you guys might want to read it. You don't need to be a subscriber to see it.
"April 14, 2014 – I’ve had a lot of questions asked of me about the episode out in Nevada. I was happy to hear about the federal officials backing off because I was concerned that violence might break out. In many ways, the people spoke out after determining that the federal government had overstepped itself and fortunately their presence did not result in violence. However,"
Read the rest here...
Former presidential candidate Ron Paul – a favorite among many conservative Nevadans – has weighed in on the showdown this past week involving Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy and the federal government.
“There’s two things that come out of this: one, when the American people speak out, their voices can be heard and can affect what government is doing,” Paul said in a post Monday on his Ron Paul Channel website. “Two, it emphasizes the value of private property and ownership rather than having collective ownership by a government.”
Light-absorbing glow-in-the-dark road markings have replaced streetlights on a 500m stretch of highway in the Netherlands.
Has he given an official response?
Well....I have been here almost 7 years and read and read...and loved the Cancer posts...and have prayed when fellow members had it strike their family. Now it strikes mine. I hope somebody can put this image of my dad and my sister and I on the front...
Here is the facebook post.
THC...Vitamin C...Colo-dial Silver...and chemo..here we go.
"We can't have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it's not over yet."
Hmmmm...so what about all the laws that the federal government is violating? Stealing property(cows), moving cattle across borders illegally and paying off auctioneers to sell illegal cattle.
“The federal judiciary should not be deciding what land the federal government owns,” said Napolitano, adding that the feds should have placed a lien against Bundy’s property to collect grazing fees and not conducted a raid backed up by armed agents to seize his private property.
“If they do that kind of raid, I don’t believe there’s any way that could happen without bloodshed,” Mack told Swann.
FBI Abruptly Walks Out On Senate Briefing After Being Asked How 'Insider Threat' Program Avoids WhistleblowersSubmitted by Allegory on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 15:57
from the because-the-whole-program-is-about-whistleblowers dept
While we've been disappointed that Senator Chuck Grassley appears to have a bit of a double standard with his staunch support for whistleblowers when it comes to Ed Snowden, it is true that he has fought for real whistleblower protections for quite some time. Lately, he's been quite concerned that the White House's "Insider Threat Program" (ITP) is really just a cover to crack down on whistleblowers. As we've noted, despite early promises from the Obama administration to support and protect whistleblowers, the administration has led the largest crackdown against whistleblowers, and the ITP suggests that the attack on whistleblowers is a calculated response. The program documentation argues that any leak can be seen as "aiding the enemy" and encourages government employees to snitch on each other if they appear too concerned about government wrong-doing. Despite all his high minded talk of supporting whistleblowers, President Obama has used the Espionage Act against whistleblowers twice as many times as all other Presidents combined. Also, he has never -- not once -- praised someone for blowing the whistle in the federal government.