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Join us this evening as Ramona Hage Morrison from Nevada and Danny Martinez, from Arizona join us to discuss solutions for attacks on property rights. More

Liberty and Property Rights Coalition Event in Siskiyou Co. CA.

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  • Yreka, CA. July 20 – 1-4 p.m.  Yreka Community Theater

  • Dorris, CA. July 21 – 2-5 p.m.  Dorris Community Center

Solutions for attacks on property rights Event

 

SISKIYOU COUNTY – Ranchers, property owners and Constitutional groups from four Western states will meet at the top of California to discuss solutions to protect private property rights; and open roads in USFS managed lands.

Siskiyou County, California, and neighboring Klamath County, in Oregon, feel plenty of heat as fights over water, wolves and closed Forest Service roads slam in waves one-after-the-other.

Much of rural America feels the heavy-hand of demands from government agencies, Tribes and Enviro NGOs. Yes, ranchers along this Klamath River area are surrounded by over-regulations and greed.

Recently, the Klamath Tribe exercised its priority Water Right in Oregon and shut-off the water to 115,000 acres of pasture and hay ranches affecting over 80,000 head of cattle. And ranchers, along with home owners in Siskiyou County, are fighting a lawsuit to save their Water Right from the Karuk Tribe and NGO Klamath River Keepers.

But in this stifling mud and muck, solutions have been found. They just need to be learned and applied, according to three ranchers that will be speaking July 20-21 at the Liberty and Property Rights Coalition Events in Siskiyou County. Admission is free.

“This is the caper,” said Ramona Hage Morrison, whose family has fought one of the longest battles in the West to protect their Water and Grazing Rights in Nevada.

“They have hood-winked the property owners. Most don’t understand their property rights, but we can fix that,” smiles Hage-Morrison.

Yes, in the face of constant threats, Hage-Morrison is upbeat. Her family has won major “rights” issues in federal court over the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. She will be sharing the line of defense that worked in Hage “takings” case and their “forage right” case.

The Liberty and Property Rights Coalition Event will be held at the Yreka Community Theater, at 812 North Oregon Street in Yreka — at the north end of town. Take the third off-ramp from I-5 exit 775. Time is 1 to 4 p.m. on Sat. July 20th. Several motels are in close proximity of the Event.

Then on Sun. July 21st, Butte Valley Protect our Property is hosting the Event at the Dorris Community Center, again at the north end of town on Highway 97.  Time is 2 to 5 p.m.

“This is a celebration,” said organizer Debbie Bacigalupi, “and we are going to learn from those who have won. We are energized as this historical meeting brings property owners from four states into one Event.”

Arizona Rancher Danny Martinez worked with the Hage’s on their lawsuits and used what he learned to defend his ranch from the federal agencies. Martinez will share the remedies he has found. Bring your notebook.

Then Casey Anderson, a rancher from Idaho, will have a slide show on the federal mismanagement of wolves.

Michael Shaw, who just won a significant lawsuit over his property rights against Alameda County, will be serving as Master of Ceremonies for both meetings.

For more information on this Liberty and Property Rights Coalition Event, go to Support Rural America.com or call Louise Gliatto at 530-842-5443.

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A Devil’s bargain: Pacific Southwest to become UN Bio-region

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new-logo25 Marti Oakley  ©copyright 2013 All Rights Reserved

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While we have been diverted with the governments plan to disarm us, that fine collection of corporatists, new world order advocates and United Nations servants have been busy using the federal register to implement United Nations Bio-regions within the United States.  While these land and resource thefts will be accompanied by some fluffy scripts about how they are saving the planet for future generations and how the federal government and the United Nations are the only ones able and willing to protect these vast resource rich areas, the fact is, the plans they have for these areas are have nothing to do with preservation or protection.  This is all about money and stealing from the states and their communities any and all resources that can be sold to corporations for massive profits.

Operating under the direction of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Forestry Service has begun to establish bio-regions in accordance with United Nations demands, focused now on vast areas of forests in the Pacific Southwest.  These are forests that the government has made off-limits to local timber industry’s except for favored contractors, including timber stands located on private property, decimating many local communities and economies. It has also initiated the closing off of public access roads.

Us-wild

All of this was done supposedly to protect natural resources and prevent exploitation of the forests.  Yet if you read the Federal Land Management policy, you can clearly see that preserving the forests or the land is not even an issue.  This is land and resource theft from the states themselves, to profit a federally created and unlawful agency that has no real authority to do any of the things it does do.

The Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA) of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1715, 1716), as amended, supplements the Weeks Act and General Exchange Acts (sec 20.1). 

Exchanges permit great flexibility to trade anything that is an interest in real property.  The Forest Service can trade land, timber, oil, gas, minerals, road rights-of-way, scenic easements or development rights, buildings, power line rights-of-way, and/or other real property rights, including leasehold interests. More

Klamath dam removal + 26,000 more

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 Heather Gass/PPJ contributor

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We all know about the dams being removed across the USA…this will be the largest dam removal in history and it will decimate a Northern California farming community.

Our Department of Interior and Inspector General are CLEARLY LYING!!! This August 2nd video is unreal…including the “opposition’s” -obviously a radical liberal- response who makes a complete fool of himself. Congressman McClintock is a hero…but the dams are still on the path for removal…as are 26,000 others.

The hearing evidence will blow you away…this agenda is so corrupt… (the info after McClintock speaks is also related to the BP Gulf spill)

California: Panel of 10 rural sheriffs will speak on hot issues

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Support Rural America

Sheriffs’ Event Committee

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Tehama County Sheriff Dave Hencratt will host a panel of 10 Constitutional sheriffs on June 23rd in Red  Bluff, CA. fairgrounds.

Panel of 10 rural sheriffs will speak on hot issues

By Liz Bowen

www.SupportRuralAmerica.com

Red Bluff, CA – Ten Northern California Sheriffs will hold a public meeting on Saturday, June 23rd speaking on the Constitution and local issues plaguing rural counties. Tehama County Sheriff Dave Hencratt will serve as host in this fourth Support Rural America Sheriffs’ Event held in 2012.

Nine sheriffs from neighboring counties are joining Sheriff Hencratt in the biggest panel yet of county sheriffs. Those attending are: Siskiyou Sheriff Jon Lopey, Del Norte Sheriff Dean Wilson, Plumas Sheriff Greg Hagwood, Trinity Sheriff Bruce Haney, Modoc Sheriff Mike Poindexter,  Mendocino Sheriff Tom Allman, Glenn Sheriff Larry Jones, Humboldt Sheriff Mike Downey and Shasta Sheriff Tom Bosenko. More

Rural California Sheriffs face magnitude of issues

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SupportRuralAmerica.com

Sheriffs’ Events Committee

Siskiyou and Shasta Counties in California

Liz Bowen, publicist 530-467-3515

Rural California Sheriffs face magnitude of issues

By Liz Bowen

Red Bluff, CA. – In an unprecedented event, a panel of 10 county sheriffs will address Northern California issues on June 23rd at the Tehama County fairgrounds. Time is 1:30 p.m. Public safety is the number one concern shared by all of these Northern California sheriffs, according to Tehama County Sheriff Dave Hencratt, who is hosting this Support Rural America Sheriffs’ Event. With continuing cuts in county and state budgets, sheriffs are finding their resources diminished. Yet, county sheriffs are charged with the safety and health of the people. It is an expanding dilemma.

These sheriffs are committed to the “oath of office” they took to protect their citizens and will stand on the Constitution to address troubles head-on.

This is the fourth Sheriffs’ Event held this year following other Northern California counties of Siskiyou, Modoc and Trinity; and participation by county sheriffs is growing.

Sheriff Hencratt said the gatherings, which feature a panel of county sheriffs, are basically Town Hall meetings. “It is a chance to talk about our issues,” said Sheriff Hencratt, who adds that these sheriffs truly have a “handle” on a variety of concerns and situations affecting their counties.

“We’ve got your back,” Hencratt stated. “We are here to be reasonable and do what is right.”

A rural tax base that once existed from timber, mining and agriculture are either non-existent or threatened. Over-regulations by some environmental government agencies are affecting businesses and rural society as a whole.

Sheriff Hencratt explained there are four National Forests in Tehama County. He claims, under federal law, his county government should have equal say regarding policies and regulations over those lands managed by U.S. Forest Service.

“Road closures in the National Forest will hamper our law enforcement functions,” he said, adding that a Coordination Committee is working through the process of engaging with the federal agency. The goal is to affect federal regulations and re-open roads that citizens utilize for multiple purposes, including recreation and the ability to fight forest fires.

Sheriff Hencratt is pleased so many California sheriffs are participating on June 23rd. They include: Siskiyou Co. Jon Lopey, Del Norte Co. Dean Wilson, Plumas Co. Greg Hagwood, Trinity Co. Bruce Haney, Modoc Co. Mike Poindexter, Mendocino Co. Tom Allman, Glenn Co. Larry Jones, Humboldt Co. Mike Downey and Shasta Co. Tom Bosenko.

“Every time I listen to these other sheriffs, I learn something. I am like a sponge,” said Hencratt. “And it is gratifying there are so many citizens interested in hearing from us.”

The last three events have boasted 200 to 300 attendees, who are also excited to participate and ask questions. These citizens are hungry to hear from the local officials responding to local issues.

The next event will be hosted by Sheriff Dean Wilson in Del Norte County at the fairgrounds in Crescent City on July 14 at 2 p.m.

Support Rural America Sheriffs’ Events are free. A donation bucket is passed to pay for the rental of the building and basic costs. The Tehama Event will be held in a huge air-conditioned auditorium with seating available for over 1,000. Sheriff Hencratt hopes every seat will be filled. Tehama County Patriots are sponsoring the Event.

Vendors and groups with information to share are invited to participate by renting a 10-foot space for $20. If you need a table, there is an additional $10 charge. Call Patsy Molher at 530-527-6915; Erin Ryan at 530-515-7135; or Liz Bowen 530-467-3515 to reserve your space.

Youtube videos of past events are available at

www.supportruralamerica.com and www.pienpolitics.com

TS Radio with guest Liz Bowen/Siskiyou County, California

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Feds push ahead to end farming and ranching in Siskiyou County

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John W. Menke, Ph.D. /PPJ Contributor

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the ultimate opportunity for ranchers-selling their public land grazing permits on Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management administered public lands with the caveat that their allotments will never again be used for livestock grazing.”

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While this video is a bit hard to hear, it is excellent!  Thanks Erin and Louise.

Note the gun toting wardens at the front of the public meeting in the video–these guys are afraid of old gals and guys coming to public meetings in serene rural Redding, CA. 

 
In the YouTube video, the balding (like me) gentleman at the right-corner of the table is Gary Cadd who was on the National Marine Fisheries Service-dominated North Pacific Fishery Management Council that meets in Alaska.  He is a goldmine of information on the corruption of bycatch of coho and Chinook salmon in the Gulf of Alaska affecting our fish populations in California and Oregon. 

He spoke with many “observers” on the airplane in trips he took to Council meetings between Anchorage and Seattle, and learned first-hand that the NMFS-employed lay-public observers are kept below deck on ocean trawlers so the bycatch (coho and Chinook salmon) are pitched overboard before the observers are allowed above deck to see the fish being retrieved out of the trawl nets–the Chinook contain coded wire tags needed to document the origin of the fish (see below) and the coho have marks allowing them to be associated with their hatchery origin. 

Fishing would have to stop if the excessive bycatch limits were observed on deck. The observers during debriefing, before being swept back to Seattle, are discouraged in their reporting of illegal activity of Chinook and coho salmon bycatch–I have a friend and former student who has personally experienced this corruption in debriefing by NMFS or other government agents. More

TS Radio w/guest: Sheriff Jon Lopey of Siskiyou County CA

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STOP! THE RE-WILDING IN SISKIYOU COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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 www.SaveTheDams.com

  • Quick background to video: 
    Tucker was a part of “secret” meetings between NGOs from SF, Portland, and folks from WA DC who are all dam-removal enthusiasts (dam removal objectives all across the US are linked to these “special interest groups” who do not even live near these dams or in Siskiyou County). 
  • Nearly 44,000 citizens in Siskiyou County, who will be most negatively impacted, were left out of these meetings. 
  • Tucker is a non-Karuk, but Ph.D. spokesperson for the Karuk who are slated to gain millions of dollars and thousands of acres from this KBRA “agreement” as implied by the “agreement”.  
  • Meanwhile, Shasta Native Americans are in favor of the dams, have the largest land mass along the Klamath River, and have sacred burial grounds that will be washed away forever if the dams come out.  They are left out of the land and money deals on this so-called “agreement.”
  • This is less about a radical enviro named Tucker and his friends (who will obviously benefit from this farm, ranch, and sacred burial grounds-killing agreement where Chapter 4 discusses farms and ranches (regardless of the deal) may be fundamentally transformed into National Parks via wetland status.

Taken directly from the CA Dept of Fish & Game & Department of Interior’s 09/11, 1800-page “Public Draft EIS/EIR” document:

Chapter 4 – Cumulative Effects
KBRA section p4-182: “The Water Diversion Limitations, On-Project Plan, WURP, and Interim Flow and Lake Level Programs could result in changes to land uses, including changes from ranchland to water storage areas. These changes have the potential to be beneficial if they result in landscapes (wetlands) that are consistent with the naturally established, characteristic landscape.”

Chapter 4-181
 “Other cumulative actions and programs that could also improve water quality on the Klamath River include implementation of TMDLs on the Scott, Salmon, Shasta, and Klamath Rivers …and the Five Counties Road Maintenance Program.”

We either LIVE BY THE TRUTH or be damned (pun intended) by the lies.
For More, go to:  WWW.SAVETHEDAMS.COM

 
FREE RURAL AMERICA

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Defend Rural America: 8 Sheriff’s that deserve our respect

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Marti Oakley

 

Here are eight county sheriffs from Northern CA and Southern OR speaking on at panel at the Defend Rural America event October 22, 2011 in Yreka. Despite the low media coverage there were about 700 people in attendance from all over California, Oregon and as far away as Wyoming. The sheriffs made it perfectly clear that they are the last line of defense for their citizens and given authority by the 10th Amendment. YOU will be a source of information beyond the lame stream media by forwarding this link!

For further information:
http://www.SiskiyouCountyWaterUsers.com/
http://www.DefendRuralAmerica.com/
http://www.PieNPolitics.com/
http://www.ReddingTeaParty.com
http://www.SupportRuralAmerica.com
For information on the Constitutional Sheriff
visit http://www.sheriffmack.com/index.php/sheriffs

TS Radio/ Defend Rural America with Debbie Bacigalupi

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