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Background checks on ammunition purchases begin next month in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — In two and a half weeks, getting ammunition in California is going to get a little more complicated due to a 2016 law. “A change in the law requires any individual buying ammunition to go through an instant background check,” said Chris Puehse, who owns Foothill Ammo in Shingle Springs. Proposition […]

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Without mining there is no ‘Green Revolution’

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The recent threats by Beijing to cut off American access to critical mineral imports has many Americans wondering why our politicians have allowed the United States to become so overly-dependent on China for these valued resources in the first place. Today, the United States is 90 percent dependent on China and Russia for many […]

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Idaho Liberty Summit July 26-28 AMRA to speak

This is the line up of speakers for the Idaho Liberty Summit and we are humbled to have been asked to be a speaker at this phenomenal event.  AMRA President Shannon Poe will be presenting on Saturday, July 27.  If interested in going, click the link below and register.  Idaho Liberty Summit 5 Schedule of […]

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BLM law enforcement director and Dan Love mentor, William Woody, ousted in wake of numerous allegations

From our friends at Free Range Report: According to our source, on Thursday, June 13, Director Woody’s gun and badge were stripped from him and he was escorted out of the Department of the Interior headquarters in Washington D.C..

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New Walk 4 Liberty video

Walk 4 Liberty new video In order for Californian’s to be successful in protesting and opposing the crushing regulatory schemes in California we MUST join hands. We must band together. All of us. Hunters, hikers, fishermen, ranchers, farmers, miners, loggers and off roaders. Regulations and rules which: close roads to camping spots, hunting spots, favorite […]

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Duke University to pay $112.5 million settlement for faked research

Duke University agreed to a deal Monday that will require it to repay the federal government $112.5 million to settle claims it falsified scientific research at taxpayers’ expense. The prestigious private school in Durham, North Carolina, said it will take additional steps on “research integrity” and says it already has implemented more monitoring of research […]

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TIMBER TRUCK CONVOY ROCKS STATE CAPITOL — OPPOSE CARBON TAX

By Oregonians for Food and Shelter Last week, Timber Unity arose as a movement within Oregon’s timber and trucking sectors to fight HB 2020, cap and trade, and prevent the devastating impacts the legislation will have on their jobs and livelihood.The group’s Facebook page states: “Timber Unity is a group whose intention is to share […]

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Evacuation warning in place for Siskiyou County fire

Siskiyou County, Calif. — UPDATE: The two fires have merged into one and is called the Lumgrey Fire. It is now 180 acres. It has jumped the Klamath River. Highway 96 is closed due to the fire. Evacuation warnings are still in place for Dutch Creek and Empire Creek. (Updated 6/17/19 at 10:01 p.m.) UPDATE: Crews […]

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Copper mine in Florence AZ wins big against city

Miners in Arizona win suit blocking copper mine:   On Thursday last week (June 6, 2019) the Superior Court of Arizona ordered that Florence Copper be awarded $1,700,000 in attorneys’ fees and $32,365.55 in costs. These fees and costs must now be paid by the Town of Florence. The Town had challenged the company’s right […]

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Walk 4 Liberty

Here is our letter going out to each of the 11 counties our protest walk will be traveling through. We will be following up with calls challenging each sheriff and elected county official to walk a mile in our shoes with us.   Greetings Plumas, Sierra, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa […]

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