Public Lands and the Roosevelt Switcheroo

I’ve been seeing much talk about the ‘State vs. Federal’ land issue lately and I thought it would be helpful to share some information that would encourage citizens to consider this issue from another angle. Contrary to most people’s inclinations (particularly when their perceptions are filtered through their left or right political leaning), they might …

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‘Dam’aged Goods

Pakistan Concerned Over Plan to Build Dams on the Kabul River Introduction I have been developing a theory about an issue that is currently coming back into the spotlight here in the Pacific Northwest having to do with the hydro-electric dams along the Columbia River and its many tributaries. The New York Times Editorial, “The …

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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Standoff Part 3- “The Devil is in The Details” An open source investigation

This is an open source investigation effort to help compile information for readers to get a better idea on the situation. Ultimately, I would like to explore what this situation might be about and where it might be heading. Certainly, there is no shortage of reporting to be had on this situation, in the mainstream and alternative media; however, finding …

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Malheur Occupation Part 2- Convert or Fight?

“We all started out as something else (before we became Necromongers)”- Chronical of Riddick In the rhetoric validating the actions taken to solve the "Indian Problem", such as in the case of Sitting Bull and his Ghost Dance, the government referred to the Indians as "Pagans". This is significant because it brings to light the …

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